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Keppel-Jones. 
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REPTON SCHOOL REGISTER 

SUPPLEMENT to 1910 EDITION 



EDITED FOR THE 0. R. SOCIETY BY 
THE WIDOW OF G. S. MESSITFR, M.A., O.R. 



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CONTENTS. 

Page 

Preface iii 

Governors of Repton School ... ... ... ... v 

Headmasters of Repton School since 1832 vi 

Assistant Masters since 1852 ... ... ... ... vii 

Housemasters ... ... ... ... ••• ... xiv 

Index I. (O.R*s. not appearing in this Edition) ... xv 

The Register ... ... ... ... ... ... 1 

Heads of the School and Head Prefects ... ... 369 

George Denman Scholars ... ... ... ... .'570 

Captains of Cricket and Football ... ... ... 1570 

Winners of School Cricket Matches ... ... ... )>7I 

Winners of School Football Matches ... ... ... .'{7.'J 

Index to Present Edition \M\ 



PREFACE 



O.R.'s will note that this register is described as a supple- 
ment to the 1910 edition. The increased cost of production 
necessitated that some portion of the register should be omitted 
if a book was to be brought out which could be sold at anything 
less than a prohibitive price. It was therefore decided that 
the complete register should begin with Dr. Huckin's head- 
mastership in 1874, and that O.R.'s who entered the School 
before that time, and were deceased prior to the publication 
of the 1910 edition, must be omitted. 

An index of the names of these O.R.'s will be found at 
page xv, the page references being to the 1910 edition. 

The lists of Headmasters and Masters have been curtailed 
on the same lines. 

The limited space at my disposal has obliged me to keep 
the entries concise. In recording the services of O.R.'s 
during the Great War, I have aimed at showing their overseas 
service rather than staff appointments, details of which are 
given in the Old Reptonian War Register brought out by Mr. 
Topham in 1920. 

Lists of Heads of the School and Head Prefects, George 
Denman Scholars, holders of the Athletic Cup, and Captains 
of cricket and lootball, and the results of School cricket and 
football matches are, for the first time, included in the register 
at the suggestion of the Headmaster, whom I have to thank 
for kindly preparing the lists. These will be found at the end 
of the volume, and will, I feel sure, be of great interest to 
all O.R.'s. 

Mr. Vassall has again compiled the list of Masters, and 
helped me in many ways in the preparation of this book. 



My thanks arc due to him, and to many O.R.'s and others 
who have also given me valuable assistance. 

I have tried, as far as possible, to verify the addresses of 
O.R.'s who have not replied to my circular letters. This 
has greatly increased the work, but I was most anxious that 
the entries should be correct. I shall be very grateful to any 
of my readers who can supply me with any information 
enabling me to trace those O.R.'s whose records are 
incomplete. 

O.R.'s in all parts of the world have subscribed to the 
present edition. I should like to suggest to those who are 
not yet members of the O.R. Society that they should join 
at once. I have gathered from the letters I have received 
how much the Terminal Tetters are appreciated, and what 
a help they have been in keeping the members in touch with 
the School. And may I urge upon members of the O.R.'s 
the importance of notifying Mr. Vassall of any change 1 of 
address, so as to avoid disappointment at not receiving the 
Terminal Letters ? 

I have been greatly encouraged in the work by the ex- 
tremely kind letters I have received from O.R.'s of aJl gene- 
rations, expressing appreciation of my work on the 1910 
edition, and their satisfaction that I had undertaken to bring 
out the present edition. I wish to take this opportunity of 
thanking my kind correspondents, and I hope that my 
present work will not fall short of their expectations. 



Minna Messitek. 



Cartwright Gardens Club, 

London, W.C.I. 
December, 1922. 



GOVERNORS OF REPTON SCHOOL 



GOVERNORS OF REPTON SCHOOL 

Under the Schemes of 1874 and 1906. 

Hereditary. 
The Countess of Loudoun. 
The Rt. Hon. the Earl of Carnarvon. 
The Rt. Hon. Lord Gerard. 
Sir Vauncey Harpur Crewe, Bart. 
Lord Lieutenant of the County (Ex-Officio). 
His Grace The Duke of Devonshire, K.G. 
His Grace The Duke of Devonshire, K.G. 
His Grace The Duke of Devonshire, K.G. 

Nominated by M.P.s for the County. 
Colonel Ashton Mosley (O.R.) 
Henry Wardle, Esq. 

The Rt. Hon. Lord Burton ... 

Lord Roe 

Nominated by Magistrates {or the County. 
Sir Henry Every, Bart. 
Sir T. W. Evans, Bart. 
Colonel J. C. Cavendish 
Lord Anslow (O.R.) 
Gerard H. Smith (O.R.). Vice-Chair man 

Nominated by the University of Oxford. 
Archdeacon Hessey ... 
The Bishop of Southwell, Dr. Ridding ... 
The Dean of Winchester, Dr. Furneaux 
The Provost of Oriel Coll., Ox., Rev. L. R. Phelps 
Nominated by the University of Cambridge. 
The Master of Christ's Coll., Camb., Dr. Peile (O.R.) 

1874—1905 
The Bishop of Southwell, Dr. Hoskyns ... 1905 — 

Nominated by the Masters of Repton School. 
Archdeacon Balston ... ... ... ... ... 1874 — 1884 

J. H. Etherington Smith, Esq. (O.R.) 1884—1918 

The Bishop of Manchester. Dr. Temple ... 1918 — 

Nominated by Derbyshire County Council. 
H. Fitz Herbert Wright, Esq. ... ... ... 1906 — ■ 

W. A. Milner, Esq. (O.R.) 1906— 

Co-optative. 
The Rt. Hon. and Rev. Lord Scarsdale ... 1874-1904 

Sir Henry Wilmot, Bart., K.C.B., V.C 1874—1901 

The Hon. Frederick Strutt ... ... ... 1880 — 1909 

Sir Francis Burdett, Bart. ... ... ... 1884- — 1892 

W. Cecil Salt, Esq 1892—1922 

The Hon. George Denman (O.R.) 1892—1896 

Archdeacon Freer 1893—1902 

The Bishop of Stafford, Dr. Were ... ... 1901 — 1915 

Sir Robert Gresley, Bart.' 1902-1906 

Sir W. de W. Abney, K.C.B. 1904- -1920 

James Oakes, Esq 1906—1921 

Albert O. Worthington, Esq. (O.R.) 1909—1918 

Sir T. W. P. Blomefield, Bart., C.B. (O.R.) ... 1915— 
Sir R. M. Kindersley, G.B.E. (O.R.) Chairman. 1918 — 
The Earl Ferrers ... ... ... ... ... 1920 — 

A. H. J. Cochrane, Esq. (O.R.) 1921— 

The Right Hon. Sir R. S. Horne, PC, G.B.E. 1922— 



1874- 


1 89 1 


1891- 


-1908 


1908- 




1874- 


-1887 


1887- 


-1892 


1892- 


-1908 


1908- 




1874- 


-1890 


1890- 


-1892 


1893- 


-1908 


1908- 


1910 


1910- 




1874- 


-1884 


1884- 


-1904 


1904—1919 


1919- 


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VI HEADMASTERS OV REPTON SCHOOL 



HEADMASTERS OF REPTON SCHOOL 

Macaulay, John Heyrick 1832—1840 

Trin. Coll.. Camb. B.A. 1821. M.A. 1824. d. Dec. 2:1, 1840. 
buried at Rcpton, monument and flagstone in Repton Church. 

Peii.e, Thomas Williamson 1841 — 1854 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1 S28. Fellow. D.D. 184.3. V. of 
Luton 1857 — 00. Incumbent of St. Paul's S. Hampstead 
1860—73. d. Nov. 29, 1882. 

Pears, Steuart Adolphus 1854 — 1874 

C.C.C., Ox. Sch. L832 39. B.A. 1836. Fellow 1839--47. 

D.D. 1857. R. of Childrey, Berks. 1S74. d. Dec. 15, 1875. 
buried at Rcpton. 

Under the Scheme of the Endowed Schools Commissioners, 
7 July, 1X7*. 

IUtkin, Henry Robert LS74 1882 

St. John's Coll., Ox. B.A. 1864. D.D. LS7L d. July 30, 
1882. buried at Repton. 

The Rev, WILLIAM John -on. Senior Assistant Master, discharged 
the duties of Headmaster from May to December, 1882, during 
the illness of Dr. HuCKIN, and afterwards till the appointment 

of his successor at the end of the year. • 

Lurneaux, William Mordaunt 1882—1900 

C.CO.Ox. Sch. 1868. B.A. 1S72. Hon. Canon of Southwell 
1891. D.D. 1903. Dean of Winchester 1903 1919. The 
White Cottage, New Milton, Hants. 

Burge, Hubert Murray 1900 1901 

Univ. Coll., Ox. Sch. 1881. B.A. 1886. bellow 1891 Head- 
master of Winchester Coll. 1901. D.D. 1902. Bishop of 
Southwark 1911. Bishop of Oxford 1919. 

FORD, Lionel Ceorge Bridc.es Justice 1901 -1910 

OR. King's Coll., Camb. Sch. 1883. B.A. 1887. M.A. 

1891 Senior Chancellor's Medal, 1888. Headmaster of 
Harrow 1910. 

Under the Scheme of the Board oe Education (Charitable 

Trusts Acts) 19 July, 1900. 

Temple, William 1910 1914 

Ball Coll., Ox. Exh. 1900. B.A. 1904. M.A. 1906. Fellow 

of Queen's Coll., Ox. 1904. Canon of Westminster 1919. 
Bishop of Manchester 1921. 

Fisher, Geoffrey Francis 1914 

Ex. Coll.. Ox. Sch. B.A. 1910. I.iddon Scholar 1911. 
MA. 1913. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS Vll 



ASSISTANT MASTERS 

Clarke (afterwards Cluca.s) Rev. George Petman 1852 — 1883 
St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1849. M.A. 1852. Resigned 
1883. d. Dec. 19, 1902, buried at Repton. 

Johnson, Rev. William 1855 — 1897 

Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1853. M.A. 1856. House Master 

1857. Bursar 1874. Acting Headmaster, May to Dec, 1882. 
d. Jan. 7, 1897. buried at Repton. 

Kirk, Rev. Thomas 1855 — • 

Writing Master. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1859. M.A. 1863. 
Headmaster of Wrexham. V. of Eagle, Lincoln, 1875. d. Sept. 
29, 1900, buried at Eagle, alongside his twin brother Charles. 

Deacon, Augustus Oakley 1855—1880 

Drawing Master. Author of works on Perspective. Founder 
of the School of Art. Derbv. Drawing Master at Derby Gram- 
mar School, d. Dec. 31, "1899. 

Day, Lewis Framingham 1855 — 1898 

Music Master. Scalpcliff Road, Burton-on-Trent. d. Jan. 
19, 1911. 

Kirk, Rev. Charles 1856—1858 

Writing Master. St. Mary's Hall, Ox. B.A. 1863. S.P.G. 

Missionary, India, 1869. Senior Chaplain, Bombay Presidency, 
d. Nov. 11, 1887. 

Latham, Rev. Edward 1867 — 1875 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1856. M.A. 1859. House Master 

1858. V. of Matlock Bath 1875. d. Mar. 9, 1883. 
Gould, Rev. Joseph 1858 — 1888 

(ionv. and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1857. M.A. I860. House 
Master 1865. R. of Beachampton, Bucks. 1891 — 1903. d 
May 22, 1908. 

Seaton, Rev. John Montague 1858 — 1863 

Magd. Hall, Ox. B.A. 1858. M.A. 1861. H.M. of Lichfield 

Grammar School 1867. V. of Chasetown, Staffs. 1871. d. 
June 12, 1905. 

Hammond, A. 1858 — 1860 

Writing Master. 

Grenfell, Rev. Algernon Sydney 1860 — 1862 

Ball. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1859. M.A. 1862. Chaplain to London 
Hospital, d. Aug. 18, 1887. 

Stolterfoth, Rev. Charles Alfred 1861—1864 

Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1859. M.A. 1863. V. of Rainow, 
Macclesfield 1874. V. of Wybunbury, Chester 1890. d. Feb. 
7, 1900. 

Hagger, John 1861 — 1885 

Writing Master. F.L.S. d. Mar. 1, 1895. buried at Repton. 

Hopkins, Rev. Henry Gordon 1862 — -1863 

C.C.C., Ox. B.A. 1862. M.A 1864. V. of Ellenhall, Eccle- 
shall, Staffs, d. Dec. 18, 1920. 

Estridge, Rev. Loraine 1863 — 1868 

Trin. Coll., Ox. Choral Sch. of New Coll. B.A. 1S63. M.A. 
1865. Assistant Master, Malvern Coll. 1808-78. V. of 
BurslcdoiJ, Hants. 1885. Canon of Truro, d. Mav 11, 1903. 



VIU ASSISTANT MASTERS 



Norman, Rev. George Edward William 1 804- -1867 

Line. Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1861. M. A. 1876. V. of Marston, 
Stone, Staffs, d. Sept. 14, 1907. 

Burnett, Rev. Frederick Parry 1864—1865 

St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1863. M.A. 1871. V. of Coin- 
brook, Slough, d. Nov. 14, 1920. 

Crabtree, Abraham 1864— 1806 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1864. 8th Wrangler, d. 1866. 

Guilmant, H. L. Jean Baptiste 1865 — 1900 

B. es L. Paris, French and Drawing Master, d. Aug. 2, 1906. 

Marshall, Rev. Canon Edward Thory 1865 — 1868 

O.R. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1865. M.A. 1868. Hon. 
Canon of Ely. V. of Sutton, Ely. Prospect House, Shipston 
A\ tad, Stratford-on-A von . 

Taylor, Rev. |ohn William Whiteley 1866—1867 

C.C.C.. Camb. Sch. B.A. 1866. M.A. 1870. H.O. 1868. 

Estridge, Edward 1866 -Hint 

Trin. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1865. M.A. 1869. House Master 1869. 
The Square House, Abingdon. <1. Aug. 30, 1919. 

Hadow, Rev. [ohn Lovell Gwatkin 1867 -1869 

Q.R. Trin. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1866. M A 1870. R. of St. 
Mary's, Weymouth. V. of Sutton Valence, .Maidstone. 41, 
Netherhall Gardens, Hampstead. 

FIsrer, William Rogers 1867 — 1869 

St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1867. Prof, of Forestry, Coopers 
Mill, and of Oxford University 1905. d. Nov. 13, 1910. 

iawb Rev. W. \. !•'. Vale 1868—1873 

O.R. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1868. M.A. 1872. Master of 

Lowei Sell., Uppingham 1880. V. of Isell, Cockermoutb 1904 

10. rhe Beeches, Baslow, Derbyshire, d. Sept. 27, 1921. 

Levett, Ernest Laurence 1870 - 

St. lohn's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1870. 3rd Wrangler. M.A. 

1873'. Fellow. K.C. 18, Old Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 

.1 Oct. 3. 1916. 
Hoake. Rev. |ohn GURNEY 1870—1871 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A 1889. M A L873. V. of Aylsham, 

Norfolk, 
Hughes, Rev. Thomas Edward 1870 -1879 

Wad. Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1869. M.A. 1872. House Master 

1874. d. May 21, 1894. 
Roach, Rev. Txomas 1870—1874 

St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1865. M.A. 1869. d. Nov. 11, 

1904. 
Carlisle, Arthur Drummond 1872 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1869. M.A. 1872. Assistant Master, 

Uaileybury Coll. Oakhurst, Godalming. 

Hipkins, Rev. Frederick Charles 1872 — -1904 

C.C.C., Camb. B.A. 1870. M.A. 1875. House Master 1879— 
1900. F.S.A. 1897. Bursar 1897 1001. R. of Bamford, via 
Sheffield, d. Jan. 8, 1914. 

Fowler, Rev. Canon William Weekes 1873-1880 

New Coll., Ox. Sch. of Jesus Coll. B.A. 1873. M.A. 1875. 
D.Sc, Ox. House .Master 1876. 11. M. Lincoln Grammar 
School 1880- -1900. Preb. of Lincoln, 1887. Vice-President 
of the Linnaean Society. V. of Earley, Reading. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS IX 

Gurney, John Henry 1873—1901 

O.R. Trin. Coll., Camb. Exh. B.A. 1873. M.A. 1878. 
House Master, 1885. d. Jan. 24, 1919. buried at Repton. 

Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander 1874 

St. John's Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1874. M.A. 1876. H.M. 
Inspector of Schools. 20, Lichfield Road, Kew Gardens. 

Forman, Rev. Arthur Francis Emilius 1874 — 1905 

Trin. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1874. M.A. 1876. Chief Master of 
Modern Side. House Master 1880. Founded O.R. Society 
1901. Bursar 1904. d. Feb. 13, 1905. buried at Repton. 

Price, Thomas 1875—1912 

St. Edmund Hall, Ox. Music Master. Severncrofts, Arley, 

Bewdley. 
Freese, John Henry 1875 — 1877 

St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1874. M.A. 1877. Fellow. 

6, Lime St., London, N.W. 

Raynor, Rev. George Sydney 1875 — 1878 

St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1875. M.A. 1878. d. Sept. 1, 1887. 

MacFarland, Sir John Henry 1876—1880 

St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1876. M.A. 1879. Chancellor 

of Melbourne University. 

Field, Rev. Thomas 1877 

C.C.C., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1877. M.A. 1880. Fellow of Magd. 

Coll. H.M. of King's School, Canterbury 1886. D.D. 1897. 

Warden of Radley College, Abingdon. V. of 5/. Mary's, 

Nottingham. 
Vince, Charles Anthony 1878 — 1886 

Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1878. M.A. 1881. Fellow. H.M. 

of Mill Hill School 1886. Secretary of the Tariff Reform, 

Birmingham. 8, Lyttelton Rd., Edgbaston. 

Hughes, Thomas Bridges 1878 

New Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1874. Bickington, Lelant, Cornwall 

Pollak, Oskar 1878—1882 

German Master. 

Hart-Smith, Rev. Thomas Northmore 1878 

Now T. N. H. Smith-Pearce, Ex. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1877. 
M.A. 1880. Assistant Master, Marlborough Coll. 1879. H.M. 
of Epsom College, Surrey. Castle Street House, Launceston. 

Gould, Rev. John 1878—1912 

O.R. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1875. House 
Master 1880. Treasurer of the Old Reptonian Society 1901. 
d. Nov. 18, 1920. buried at Repton. 

Cattley, Rev. Arthur 1879—1916 

New Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1878. M.A. 1881. House Master 
1889. R. of Oddington, Moreton in the Marsh. Repton, 
Dawlish. 

Fernandez, Rev. Philip Hosken 1880 

Trin. Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1877. M.A. 1880. Assistant 
Master, Uppingham 1882. R. of Dewsall, Hereford. 

Prest, Edward Henry 1880—1887 

Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1880. M.A. 1884. H.M. of Barnard 
Castle School, d. Oct. 18, 1893. 

Wilson, Walter Noel 1880—1885 

Queen's Coll., Ox. Sch. M.A. House Master at Rugby 
School. 4, Norham Gardens, Oxford. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS 



Hi \ new [ohn Douglas 1881 -1883 

King's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1879. MA. 1882. d. June 12, 1883. 

buried at Kepton. 
Exh am, Percy George 1883 1819 

OR. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. M.A. 1880. Horse 

.Master 1897. Hon. Sec. of the School Register, d. Oct. 7, 

19:2:2. buried at Repton. 
Chevallier, John Barrington Tratnell 1883 -1885 

King's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1880. A Spall Half, Debenham, 

Suffolk. 
Yassall, Henry 1885 

Hert. Coll., Ox. Kxh. B.A. 1883. M.A. 1885. F.S.A. 

House Master 1900 -1921. Chief Master of Modern Side and 

Bursar 1905. Hon. Sec. of the Old Keptonian Society 1905. 

The Priory, Repton. 
Sharpe, Rev. George Harry 1883 1*88 

Line. Coll., Ox. Exh. B.A. 1885. M.A. 1888. V. of Perry 

Barr, Birmingham. Cheltenham. 
Duckworth, Frederick Christopher 1888 1914 

Magd. Coll., Ox. Demy. B.A. 1885. M.A. 1888. d. Aug. 

10, 1914. 

Burd, Lawrence Arthur 1886 

Ball. Coll., Ox. Exh. B.A. 1885. M.A. 1888. F.R. Hist S, 

Librarian. 
SURTEES, Edward Alexander 1888 1917 

Oriel Coll.. Ox. B.A. 1 888. M.A. 1889. House Master 19114. 

Captain of the O.T.C. Skyborry, Knighton, Radnorshire. 
Bowden-Smith, Godfrey 1888 189.1 

Ball. Col!., Ox. B.A. 1888. M.A. 1890. Assistant Master at 

Rugby School. 
MacEarland, Robert Arthur Henry r889- 1908 

Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. Sch. B.A. 1SS3. M.A. 1890. 

Chief Army Class Master. 11. M. of Campbell Coll , Belfast. 

d. May 11.' 19:2:2. 
Thomson. William 1889-1911 

Hert Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1SS0. M.A. 1889. 
Meyer, H. F. 1890 1898 

Ph.D., Vienna. 
WEBB, Rev. James Howard 1892 1893 

Ex. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1880. M.A. 1892. D.D. 1907. Thorney- 

wood, Nottingham. 

Schreiber, Henry Hugh 1893 — 1901 

Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1887. MA. 189:). d. Dec. 17, 

1901. Schreiber Prize for Modern Languages founded in his 
memory. 

Iriscoe, Robert Ralph 1893 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1889. Killed playing polo at Pieter- 
maritzburg, May, 1896. 

Craig, Jam :s Ireland 1896 

Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. Controller of Egyptian State 

Statistics, Cairo. 

Elrington, Thomas 1890 1898 

Jesus Coll.. Camb. B.A. 1885. M.A. 1889. Sible Hedingham, 

Essex. 

Cowburn, George Herbert 1897 

Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. Master of the Choir School, Lincoln. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS 



XI 



House 



Shearme, John Stewart 1897- 

Trin. Coll., Camb. Sch. B.A. 1895. M.A. 1900. 

Master 1905. 
Rolleston, William - 1898—1909 

Mer. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1891. M.A. 1904. Chief Army Class 

Master. Yandillah, The Grange, Guernsey. 

Colthurst, Rev. Joseph Riversdale 1899 

• Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1896. M.A. 1901 Norwood, 
Cowper Road, Dublin. 

Stratton, John William 1899 — 1919 

KebleCoIl., Ox. B.A. 1898. M.A. 1904. House Master 1909. 
. d. Oct. 29, 1919. buried at Re;ton. 



1901—1918 
House Master 1912. 



1902 
B. es L., Paris. 

1902- 
M.A. 1904. House Master 



1891. M.A. 1895. 



M.A. 1900. 



1903 

Elm Lodge, 

1903— 

Chief Mathe- 



Woodward, Kenneth Alexander 

Univ. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1897. M.A. 1904. 
1, Keynsham Bank, Cheltenham. 

Irving, Edward Eccles 1902 

Hert. Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1897. 

Patterson, Robert Frederick 

Jesus Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1899. 

Hayward, Harold Carlisle 

C.C'.C, Ox. Exh. B.A. 1899. 

1916. 
Selby, Francis James 

Trim Coll., Camb. B.A 

Queen's Rd., Teddington. 
Pilkington, Francis John 

Trin. Coll., Dublin. B.A. 1891 

matical Master. House Master 1917 
Angus, Charles Franklin 

Trin. Coil., Camb. Sch. B.A. 1902. 

Cambridge. 
Edmonds, John Maxwell 

Fellow of Jesus Coll., Camb. Sch. 
Davis, Mervyn 

Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1903. 

(real. 
Smallpiece, Alfred John 

St. John's Coll., Camb. 

thorpe, Westmorland. 
Carter, Rev. John Francis 

Pemb. Coll., Camb. Sch 

Master 1919. 
Batterbee, Herbert Hart 

Hert. Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1904. 

Tiverton. 
Stocks, Rev. Frederick Christopher 1905 — 1909 

Wore. Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1903. The College, Llandovery. 
Jenkyns, Stephen Spencer 1906 — 

Ball. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1905. M.A. 1908. M.C. House 

Master 1921. 
Brunskill, Frederick 1906 — 

B.A. B.Sc, Eondon. Chief Science Master. 
Hooton, William Marrs 1906 — 

Ch.eh.Ox. Exh. B.A. 1902. M.A. 1905. M.Sc. Liverpool. 

F.I.C. Chief Chemistry Master. 1 l.uise Master 1918. 



1903 
Fellow of Trinity Hall, 

1904—1908 
B.A. 1898. M.A. 1901. 

1904 
McGill University 



Sch. B.A. 1895. M.A 



B.A. 1899. M.A. 



1904 
1899. 

1904— 
1906. 



Mon- 



Milti- 



House 



1905—1906 

Blimdell's School, 



Xll ASSISTANT MASTERS 

Forbes-Muller, Rev. Carl Frederic 1908—1919 

St. Edmund Hall. Ox. B.A. 1882. M.A. 1888. d. June 14, 
1919. buried at Repton. 

Wilson, Thomas Irving Ward 1908— 191 6 

O.R. King's Coll., Camb. Sch. Porson Prize. B.A. 1904. 
M.A. 1908. M.C., Killed in action, Nov. 28, 1916. 

Parez, Louis Arthur 1908 — 16 

Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1907. Kelling Pines, nr. Holt, 

Norfolk. 

Young, Richard Alfred 1908 1910 

O.R. King's Coll., Camb. Exh. B.A. 1908. Assistant 

Master at Eton College. 

Prior, Arthur Mackenzik 1909 — 1922 

Morgan-Owen, Morgan Maddox 1909 

Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. 1900. .M.A. 1912. D.S.O. T.D. 

House Master l!>2(). 

Somervell, David Churchill 1909 1918 

Magd. Coll., Ox. Demy. B.A. L909. Chief History Master. 

The School, Tonbridge. 
Clarke, Maurice 1909 1922 

School of Art, Birmingham. Art Master. The School, llarroiv- 

on-thc-HUl. 
Topham, William Henry 1909 

B.Sc. London. Army Class Master. 
Strickland, Noel 1910 — 

Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. Sch. B.A. 1902. M.A. 1906, 
Bourns. Charles 1911 — 1915 

St. John's Coll.. Ox. Sch. B.A. 1904. MA 1911. Lt. 4th 

Rifle Brigade. Killed in France. May 25, 1915. 
Snape, Harold John 1911 — 

Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1897. M.A. 1901. 
Crommelin-Brown, |ohn Louis 1911 

Trinity Coll.. Camb. B.A. 1911. 
Stocks, George Gilrekt 1912 

D. Mus. pxon., F.R.C.O. 
Buck, Ceorge Reginald 1913 1914 

Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 1912. 
Wilson, Alan PlUmpton 1913 — 

Pembroke Coll., Camb. Sch. B.A. 1911. M.A. 1919. 
Grundy, [ames 1914 — 

Hertford Coll., Ox. Exh. B.A. 1913. M.A. 1921. 
Brownjohn, Arthur Dowell 1915 — 

Clare Coll., Camb. Sch. B.A. 1888. 
C.orringe, Alan Lindsay 1915—1918 

St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1907. M.A. . d. Nov. 22, 
191 N, buried at Repton. 
Balmkorth, Rev. Henry 1916 — 

Corpus Christi Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1913. M.A. 1916. 
Fisher, Rev. Benjamin Hayward 1916 — 

Jesus Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1907. M.A. 1913. 
Turnbull, Herbert Westren 1916 — 1919 

Trinity Coll., Camb. Sch. B.A. 1907; M.A. 1911; Oxon 1920. 
l'rofessor of Mathematics in the University of St. Andrews. 
Castellain, Charles Robert Henry 1917 

Trim Coll., Camb. B.A. 1894. M.A. 1S99. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS Xlll 



Grundy, Albert Geoffrey 1918 — 

New Coll., Ox. Sch. B.A. 1918. M.A. 1919. 

Maynard, Herbert Athelstan, M.C. 1919— 

Emmanuel Coll., Carab. B.A. 1917. M.A. 1920. 

Smith, Graham Burrell 1919— 

King's Coll., Camb. Sch. B.A. 1902. M.A. 1911. Chief 

History Master. 

Neville-Smith, Henry Arthur 1919 — 1921 

Trin. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1913. Assistant Master at Lancing 

College. 

Wall, Stanley Howard 1919 — 

Lincoln Coll., Ox. B.A. 1912. M.A. 1915. 

Turnbull, Rev. Peveril Hayes 1919 — 1921 

Queen's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1912. 

Thompson, Thomas William 1920 — 

Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1909. M.A. 1913. 

Cattley, Leonard Arthur, M.C. 1920 — 

Keble Coll., Ox. Exh. B.A. 1919. M.A. 1920. 

Gibson, Arnold Mackenzie 1920 — 

Caius Coll., Camb. Sch. B.A. 1919. M.A. 1922. Chief 

Modern Languages Master. 

Roseveare, Martin Pearson 1921 — 

St. John's Coll., Camb. Sch. B.A. 1921. 

Davidson, Henry Herbert 1921 — - 

Balliol Coll., Ox. B.A. 1921. 

Blaxland, Lionel Bruce 1922 — 

Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. 1921. 

Norris, Arthur William Foxley 1!)22 — 

Slade School of Art. Art Master. 
Armstrong, Rev. Wilfred James Carnsew 1922 — ■ 

Queens' Coll., Camb. B.A. 1909. 

Temporary Masters appointed during the war who served for a year 

or more : — • 
Gollancz, V., B.A. 1916—1918 

Houghton, R. E. C. 1917—1919 

Benson, G. B., B.A. 1917—1918 

Butler, Rev. J. J., B.A. 1917—1918 

Butler, Rev. A. J. A., M.A. 1917—1918 

Pledge, F., M.A. 1918—1919 

Rutty, A. W. F., M.A. 1918—1920 

Watson, H. B., M.A. 1918—1920 



XIV 



HOUSEMASTERS 



HOUSEMASTERS 



THE HALL 


Macaulay ■■• ... f 


Peiie 




Pears 




1 [uckin 




Furneaux 




Burge 




Ford 




1 emple 




Fisher 





rom 1832 

IS41 

I 854 
IN ,"4 
I s;s:! 
1900 
1901 
1910 
1914 



THE ORCHARD 



Johnson 




from 


1857 


Gxham 








L897 


Carter 


THE 


MITRE 




lit l<) 


Gould, J 


oseph 


. . . fr 


>m 


I s (•>.-> 


Cattley 








1 889 


I 'avu.in 


1 ... 






1916 



THE CROSS 
Formal! ... ... from 1880 

Shearme ... 1903 



THE 


PRIORY 


Sheppard ... 


... from 184.5 


Messiter 


, L852 


Hughes 


1874 


Hipkins 


1870 


Vassall 


1900 


Jenkyns 


1921 



LATHAM HOUSE 



Latham 
I owler 

Could, John 
Woodward 

Hooton 



from 



1 858 
1875 
1880 
1912 
1918 



BROOK HOUSE 

Estridge ... ... from 1869 

Surtees L904 

Pilkington 1917 

NEW HOUSE 

Stratton from 1909 

Morgan-Owen 1920 



G.P.C. (Clucas) ... from 18.52 
J.H.G. (Gurney) ... ,, 188.5 



INDEX I 

Old Reptonlans not appearing in the present edition. 

The page reference is to the 1910 edition. 





Year t 


Page 




Year Page 


Abbott W H. 


1813 


65 


Atkinson, J. 


1802 


53 


Abell 




43 


Attenborough, W. F. 


1841 


95 


Abney E, ... 


1802 


52 


Attwood, C. 


1841 


95 


Adams 




44 


Aylmer, C. P. 


1867 


177 


Adams, A. ... 


18(14 


161 


Ayres, G. 


1842 


98 


Addams, R. 


1075 


19 








Adderlcy, K. 




9 


Babbington, H. 




37 


Aikin, E. 


1846 


108 


Baggaley, C. 


1834 


88 


Alderson J. 


1822 


78 


Baggaley, W. 


1834 


88 


Alexander, R. D ... 


1 857 


129 


Bagshawe, F. W. ... 


1845 


105 


Allat. J 


1714 


29 


Bagshawe, J . 


1771 


45 


Allen, G 


1081 


27 


Bagshawe, R. C. 


1815 


70 


Allen, H. T. 


I860 


139 


Bagshawe, S. 


1771 ' 


43 


Allen, T 


1832 


83 


Bagshawe, S. R. 


1815 


70 


Allen, W. M. 


1861 


147 


Bagshawe, W. .„ 


1771 


45 


Allestre, G. 




10 


Bailey, J. ... 


1801 


49 


Allestre, T. ... 


1651 


9 


Bailey, W. C. 




40 


Allestre, W. 




11 


Bainbridge, T. 




10 


Allestree, J. 




33 


Bainbridge-Bell, C. J 






Allestry, T. 




14 


(Bell, C. j.) 


1871 


203 


Allestry, T. 


1676 


21 


Bainbrigg, W. 


1678 


24 


Allhusen, H. C. 


1846 


107 


Bainbrigge, J. H. ... 


1800 


47 


Allin, D 


1676 


22 


Bainbrigge, T. A. ... 


1842 


98 


Allin, J 


1676 


21 


Bainbrigge, T. P. ... 


1800 


47 


Allsop 


1839 


92 


Baird, A. O. H. ... 


1856 


123 


Alsop, B 


1795 


46 


Baird, W 


1848 


111 


Alsop, G. 


1816 


71 


Bakewell, T. 


1658 


13 


Anderson, A. 


1809 


58 


Baley, W 


1675 


19 


Anderson, A. J. 


1857 


125 


Balguy, J 


1834 


88 


Anderson, C. 


1809 


58 


Bampford, J. 


1682 


27 


Andrews, S. 


1809 


58 


Bancroft, J. 


1605 


2 


Andrews, S. 


1809 


58 


Bancroft, W. 


1681 


27 


Arbuthnot, G. 






Bancroft, W. 


1682 


28 


(Arbuthnot-Leslie) 


1861 


148 


Banks, J. (Davies)... 


1834 


87 


Archibald, R. G. ... 


1858 


131 


Barber, J. ... 


1714 


31 


Arden 




44 


Barber, J. A. 


1873 


215 


Arden, A. H. 


1855 


118 


Barber, J. L. P. ... 


1867 


177 


Arden, J. 




44 


Barber, W 


1714 


31 


Arden, L. W. 


1843 


101 


Bardswell, A. 


1809 


59 


Armstrong, C. E. ... 


1824 


80 


Bardswell, C. W. ... 


1845 


105 


Ashbridge, J. 


1802 


52 


Bardswell, G. 


1809 


59 


Ashby, L. ... 


1801 


49 


Barker, Andrew 


1657 


12 


Ashin 




44 


Barker, Arundel 


1814 


68 


Ashmall, T. ... 


1827 


81 


Barker, C. A. 


1863 


156 


Ash more, S. 


1676 


23 


Barker, F. J. 


1842 


97 


Ashmore, W. 




12 


Barker, H 


1818 


74 


Asteley, W 




34 


Barker, H. F. 


1814 


67 


Astenley, E. 


1677 


23 


Barker, J. ... 




33 


Astie, J. 




14 


Barker, P 


1818 


74 


Astie, S. 




14 


Barker, T. ... 


1819 


75 


Astie, S. 


1675 


19 


Barton, E. ... 


1679 


25 


Astie, W 


1676 


22 


Barton, G. ... 


1606 


2 


Astie, J 


1682 


28 


Barton, G. ... 


1657 


12 


Astly, R 


1800 


47 


Barton, G. ... 


1681 


27 


Aston, J. 


1676 


21 


Barton, J. ... 


1676 


22 



xvi 




INDEX I 








Year Page 




Year Page 


Barton, J. ... 


1714 


32 


Birks. G 


1678 


23 


Barton, J. ... 


1800 


47 


Bishop, T. ... 


1680 


28 


Barton, J. ... 


1802 


53 


Bishopp, 11. 


1676 


22 


Barton, T. B. 


1868 


181 


Bishopp, J. 


1675 


20 


Barwick, C... 


1802 


52 


Bishopp, W. 


1675 


19 


Barwick, J. 


1802 


52 


Bishoppe, W. 


1613 


2 


Bass, K 


1821 


77 


Black, W. J. 


1848 


108 


Bass, R 


1869 


188 


Blackwell. J. 


1677 


23 


Bassano, F. M. 


1800 


46 


Bladon, F. H. 


1866 


172 


Bassano, P.... 


1800 


47 


Bladon, F. J. 


1859 


137 


Bastow, R. W. 


1859 


137 


Bladon, O 


1869 


186 


Bateman, E. L. 


1848 


111 


Blagg, J. W. 


1872 


210 


Bateman, H. 


1804 


55 


Bland, W. 11. 


1815 


89 


Bateman, H. 


1845 


105 


Blane, A. R. 


1S44 


102 


Bateman, J. 


1813 


67 


Bloor, R 


1818 


74 


Bateman, J. A. S. .. 


1813 


66 


Bold, P 




14 


Bateman, J. F. 


1843 


100 


Bolton 




43 


Bateman, R. T. 


1803 


53 


Booth, G. A. 


1860 


139 


Bay ley, W. 


1818 


73 


Borlase, W.... 


1S32 


83 


Baynes, F. H. 


1 859 


136 


Borough, C 


1816 


71 


Beardsley, J. 


1675 


20 


Borough, W. 


1816 


71 


Beardsley, T. 


1679 


24 


Borrow, T. (Borough 




40 


Beer, R 


1830 


82 


Borton, W. K. 


1823 


79 


Beet, W 


1680 


26 


Bosworth, J. 


1796 


46 


Begbie, T. H. 


1856 


125 


Bosworth, T. 


1810 


59 


Belchier, W. 


1675 


19 


Botham 




42 


Bell, B. R 


. 1874 


220 


Boultbee, C. 


1807 


57 


Bell, C. J. 






Boultbee, E. F. 


1821 


77 


(Bainbridge-Bell) 


1871 


203 


Boultbee, F. 


1814 


67 


Bell, J. F 


. 1855 


120 


Boultbee, J. 




35 


Bellamy 




42 


Boulton, (;.... 


1802 


53 


Bellamy 




117 


Bourne, R. ... 




41 


Bennitt 




33 


Bower, Caldwall 


L676 


18 


Bent, J. T 


. 1866 


170 


Bower, Charles 


1703 


28 


Bentley, J. ... 




37 


Bower, G. J. 


1809 


59 


Bentley, R 


. 1819 


75 


Bower, T. ... 


1682 


28 


Berrisford, H. 


. 1680 


26 


Bower, W. ... 


1675 


20 


Best, J 


. 1677 


23 


Boylston, John 




4 


Best, J 


. 1844 


103 


Boylston, Joseph ... 


1678 


24 


Bevan, W. ... 


. 1842 


97 


Boylston, S. 


1679 


25 


Bewes, C. E. 


. 1833 


86 


Bradley, F. J. 


1861 


149 


Bewley, H. ... 


. 1868 


181 


Bradshaw, John 


1618 


2 


Bickerstaff, H. L. .. 


. 1842 


98 


Bradshaw, J. 


1822 


78 


Bickley, H. 


. 1819 


75 


Bramhall, J. 


1822 


78 


Bigsby, R 


. 1818 


73 


Brandreth, R. 




5 


Bigsby, R. H. 


. 1841 


94 


Bree, T. 




SO 


Billingham, J. 


. 1816 


70 


Breeze, W. ... 


1802 


51 


Bing, R. H. 


. 1864 


164 


Brentnall, J. 


1802 


52 


Bingham, J. 


. 1628 


6 


Brentnall, W, 


1802 


52 


Birch, A 




41 


Brereton, cl. 


1 803 


54 


Birch, A. L. 


. 1872 


207 


Brett, M 


1852 


115 


Birch. H 


. 1813 


65 


Brewin, J. ... 


1820 


76 


Birch, J 


. 1681 


27 


Brewin, S. ... 


. 1822 


78 


Birch, J 




43 


Brewin, W. 


. 1822 


78 


Birch. J. N T . 




35 


Breynton, J. H. 


. 1808 


57 


Birch, T 




36 


Breynton, W. 


. 1812 


65 


Birch, T 




43 


Brian, R 


. 1676 


21 


Bird, C. T 


.. 1865 


166 


Briggs, T 


. 1816 


71 


Bird, G 


.. 1860 


142 


Brightman, J. E. .. 


. 1844 


103 


Bird, T 


.. 1680 


25 


Briscoe, B. ... 


. 1744 


35 



INDEX 1 



XV11 





Year Page 




Year Page 


Bristow, S. ... 


.. 1675 


16 


Burdett, F. 


1623 


5 


Bristowe, A. W. 


.. 1871 


203 


Burdett, J 




37 


Bristowe, S. E. 


.. 1808 


57 


Burford, E. 


1801 


50 


Bristowe, W. 


.. 1824 


80 


Burgoyne, J. 


1820 


76 


Brittlebank, A. 


.. 1805 


55 


Burley, W. ... 


1809 


58 


Brittlebank, T. 


.. 1808 


57 


Burnaby, R. 


1807 


56 


Brittlebank, W. . 


.. 1805 


55 


Burrell, R. A. 


1843 


101 


Broad, T. ... 


.. 1714 


28 


Burt 




44 


Brock, W 


.. 1859 


137 


Burton, B. ... 


1676 


21 


Brodhurst, J. 


.. 1802 


52 


Burton, C. ... 


1761 


39 


Brodie, J. ... 


.. 1852 


115 


Burton, F. ... 


1675 


17 


Brodie, T. S. 


.. 1852 


115 


Burton, J. ... 


1675 


17 


Bromehead, W. C. . 


.. 1836 


91 


Burton, J. S. 


1870 


196 


Bromley, H. 




40 


Bushby, R. 


1842 


97 


Bromley, H. M. 


".. 1863 


159 


Butcher, J. 


1814 


68 


Bromly, T. ... 


.. 1714 


32 


Butler, J 


1841 


94 


Brook, A. ... 


.. 1818 


74 


Butler, W 


1842 


98 


Brook, E. ... 


.. 1818 


74 


Butterton, W. 


1714 


29 


Brooke, G. ... 


.. 1864 


164 


Buxton, E. 


1654 


10 


Brooking, A. 


.. 1858 


132 


Buxton, H. E. 


1857 


127 


Brooks, H. G. 


.. 1872 


207 


Buxton, J. ... 




33 


Brooks, T. ... 


.. 1833 


86 


Buxton, R. 




39 


Brough, W 


.. 1815 


70 


Byard, H 


1613 


2 


Brown, A. ... 




38 


Byard, H 


1 679 


25 


Brown, G. .... 


".. 1848 


111 


Byard, H 


1714 


29 


Brown, H. ... 


.. 1842 


97 


Byard, T 




38 


Brown, Jervis 


.. 1800 


47 








Brown, John 


.. 1714 


28 


Cade, J. 


1804 


54 


Brown, Joseph 


.. 1849 


112 


Calton, W 


1679 


25 


Brown, T. ... 


.. 1823 


80 


Calvert, G. ... 


1850 


113 


Brown, T. ... 


.. 1844 


103 


Campbell, H. B. 


1809 


58 


Brown, W. ... 




38 


Campion, T. 


1714 


31 


Brown, W. ... 


".. 1868 


181 


Canner, F. ... 


1859 


134 


Browne, C. ... 




36 


Cantrel, J. ... 


1714 


30 


Browne, C. B. 


".. 1841 


95 


Cantrell, G. 


1597 


2 


Browne, E. 


.. 1825 


81 


Cantrell, J. ... 


1675 


20 


Browne, E. T. 


.. 1873 


217 


Cantrell, J. ... 


1811 


62 


Browne, F. ... 


.. 1841 


95 


Cantrell, J. T. 


1812 


65 


Browne, F. B. 


.. 1867 


178 


Cantrell, W. 




34 


Browne, J. ... 




13 


Cantrill, J. ... 


1676 


22 


Browne, S. ... 


".. 1825 


81 


Cantrill, W. 


1678 


24 


Browne, W. 


.. 1665 


13 


Cardall, F. W. 


1856 


123 


Bryan, J. 


.. 1807 


56 


Carey, J. 


1815 


70 


Buce, J. 


.. 1820 


76 


Carmichael, J. 






Buckland, J. R. . 


. 1832 


83 


Thomson- 


1872 


210 


Buckley, J. 


.. 1801 


48 


Carne, C. T. 


1840 


94 


Buckley, M. 


. 1801 


48 


Carr, G. S. .... 


1857 


127 


Buckley, T. ... 


. 1802 


53 


Carr, H. 


1847 


109 


Bulkeley, A. 


. 1816 


71 


Carr, M. W. 


1847 


109 


Bulkeley, j. H. L.. 


. 1814 


69 


Carter 




43 


Bull 


. 1833 


85 


Cartwright, H. 


1816 


71 


Bull, F 


. 1848 


111 


Cary L. B. (Viscount 






Bull, G 


. 1675 


17 


Falkland) 


1812 


64 


Bull, G 


.. 1714 


31 


Cary, Hon. P. P. ... 


1812 


64 


Bull, J 




42 


Casson, R. ... 


1801 


49 


Bull, R 


.. 1675 


19 


Castley, T. ... 


1813 


66 


Bull, T 


.. 1675 


20 


Caulton, G. 




13 


Bullock, W. 


.. 1633 


7 


Cauty, G. 


1831 


82 


Busltrode, G. W. . 


.. 1837 


91 


Cave, E. S. Cave- 






Burbidge, T. 


.. 1834 


87 


Browne- ... 


1813 


66 



A — I 



XV111 




INDEX I 








Year Page 




Year , 


Page 


Cave, H. Cave- 






Clarke, \V 


1075 


16 


Browne- ... 


1852 


115 


Clarke, W 


1815 


69 


Cave J. Cave- 






Clarson, T. ... 


1714 


30 


Browne- ... 


1 853 


116 


Claughton, H. C. ... 


1830 


82 


Cave, J. R. Cave- 






Claughton, P. 


1835 


89 


Browne- ... 


1812 


63 


Claughton, P. C. ... 


1828 


82 


Cave, R. Cave- 






Clay, H 


1810 


59 


Browne- ... 


1848 


no 


Clay, j 


1814 


67 


Cave, W. Cave- 






Clay, J. S 


1842 


98 


Browne- 


1848 


110 


Clay, T 


1714 


29 


Cave, W. A. Cave- 






Clayton, J. ... 




11 


Browne- ... 


1812 


63 


Clayton, J. H. 


1822 


78 


Cavendish, A. 




45 


Cleaver, C. P. (Peach) 


1 842 


99 


Cavendish, Hon. A. 


1812 


63 


Clifford, E 


1 859 


134 


Cavendish, Hon. F. 


1S1 2 


63 


Clifton, 11 


1S50 


113 


Cavendish, R. 


1804 


55 


Clifton, J 


1854 


117 


Cavendish, Hon. T. 


1814 


68 


Clowes, |. ... 


1833 


85 


Cawldwall, W. 


1618 


2 


Cobbold, G. H. 


1 S02 


154 


Chadwick, F, 


1840 


93 


Cobden, II. S. 


1859 


137 


Challoner, J. 


1801 


50 


Coke, D 


1714 


29 




1675 


18 


Coke, D*E 


1750 


38 


Chandos-Pole, S. ... 




41 


Coke, E. T. 


1819 


75 


Chantry, R. 




9 


Coke, J. 11. 


1820 


77 


Chapman, G. 


1 8 1 .". 


70 


Cole, \Y 




4 


Chapman, K. 


184-.' 


98 


Colinge, R. ... 


1680 


26 


Chappell, J. 




9 


Colinge, W. ... 


10SO 


26 


Charlesworth, M. ... 


1827 


81 


Colley, J 


1807 


56 


Charlton, E. 


1 653 


11 


Collingwood, R. 




3 


Chavasse, J. H. 


1870 


196 


Collins, J. S. 


1871 


203 


Chaveny, J. 


1679 


25 


Colmore, J. B. 


1860 


142 


Chaveny, T. 


1679 


25 


Colthirst, B. 


1809 


59 


Chawner, C. 


1801 


49 


Colthirst, J. 


1808 


57 


Chawner, Darwin ... 


1810 


59 


Colthurst, E. 


1815 


69 


Chawner, Denman... 


1816 


71 


Combe, H. ... 


1808 


57 


Chawner, 1". 


1811 


02 


Combe, T. ... 


1S08 


57 


Chawner, J. C. 


1801 


49 


Comings, F. 




36 


Chawner, R. C. 


1815 


70 


Comings, W. 


1755 


38 


Chawner, T. 


1801 


49 


Commyns, R. 


1714 


29 


Chawner, \Y. T. 


1 82 1 


77 


Cook, E. 




41 


Cheney, R. ... 


1819 


74 


Cooke 




42 


Cheshire 


1 833 


85 


Cooke, J. 




42 


Chetwynd, H. 


1809 


58 


Cooke, R. ... 


1000 


12 


Chevallier, E. 


1842 


98 


Cooke, \V. ... 


1661 


13 


Chevallier, G. S. 


1842 


98 


Cooke, W. ... 




14 


Chisholme, J. J. Scott- 


1866 


170 


Cooke, W. ... 




43 


Choice, J. ... 




15 


Cookson, J 


1809 


58 


Chute, \V. W. 


1873 


216 


Cooper, C. J. P. 


1866 


173 


Clare, \V. II. 1 


1804 


lot 


Cooper, N. J. 


1842 


99 


Clark, C. 


1816 


71 


Copestake, H. G. ... 


1847 


109 


Clark, | 


17 14 


29 


Copestake, J. G. 


1847 


109 


(lark, t 


I SI 2 


65 


Copestake, T. G. ... 


1840 


92 


Clark, W 


1070 


15 


Cork, W 


1678 


24 


Clarke, A. |. 


1803 


54 


Cotchet, T 




10 


Clarke. C. ' 


1803 


54 


Cotton, H. ... 




37 


Clarke. C 


1 824 


80 


Cotton, R 


1751 


38 


Clarke, E 


1 824 


so 


i oulson, S. ... 


1670 


21 


Clarke. II 


1 82 1 


80 


Coulson, T 


1676 


21 


( larke, H. T. 


1859 


134 


Coulton, R.... 


1 S09 


58 


Clarke, R 


1815 


69 


Cowlishaw ... 


1834 


87 


Clarke, T 




38 


Cowlishaw ... 


1 834 


87 







INDEX I 


XIX 




Year Page 




Year 


Page 


Cox, E. P 


. 1859 


137 


Dawson, G. M. 


.. 1847 


109 


Cox, G. 


. 1802 


51 


Dawson, J. ... 


.. 1820 


76 


Cox, G. 


. 1854 


117 


Dawson, R. C. 


.. 1843 


101 


Cox, H 


. 1802 


51 


Delves, W 




42 


Cox, J 


. 1819 


75 


Denman, Hon. G. . 


.. 1833 


86 


Cox, S. S. ... 


. 1835 


89 


Denton, G. H. 


.. 1864 


164 


Cox, T. E. H. 


. 1855 


120 


Denton, H. St. A. . 


.. 1874 


220 


Coxon, T. 


. 1787 


45 


Derbishire, H. 


.. 1850 


112 


Coyney, C. ... 


. 1813 


66 


Dethick, T. 


.. 1714 


31 


Coyney, H. W. 


. 1815 


70 


Dewes, W. P. 


.. 1833 


86 


Crafts, H 


. 1812 


65 


Dibdin, F 


.. 1808 


57 


Crawford, T. 


. 1800 


47 


Dickin, T. ... 


.. 1682 


27 


Crellin, F. W. 


. 1848 


111 


Dickins, W. 


.. 1615 


2 


Creswell, R. H. 


. 1833 


85 


Dickinson ... 


.. 1837 


9! 


Creswick, O. 


. 1872 


208 


Dilke, J 


.. 1824 


80 


Crewe, J. E. H. 


. 1860 


143 


Diprose, W. 


.. 1805 


55 


Crichton, D. M. IV 


[. 1866 


173 


Dixie, B 




37 


Crofts, W 


. 1817 


72 


Dodsley, R 




38 


Cromwell, O. 




7 


Dodson, J. ... 


.. 1866 


170 


Cromwell, T. 




7 


Dodsworth, G E. . 


.. 1856 


123 


Cromwell, V. E. 




7 


Donkin, F. W. 


.. 1866 


173 


Cromwell, W. 




7 


Doughty, P. 


.. 1681 


26 


Crooke, J. ... 


! 1819 


75 


Doughty, T. 


.. 1681 


26 


Crooke, N. ... 


. 1819 


75 


Dowman 




117 


Crowbrow, S. 


. 1657 


12 


Doxey, R. S. 


.. 1809 


59 


Crowdy, F. ... 


. 1855 


120 


Drake, A. ... 


.. 1860 


142 


Cunliffe, II 


. 1841 


96 


Drewry, F. J . 


.. 1854 


117 


Cunningham, C. E 


). 1869 


189 


Duesbery, H. T. 


L\ 1861 


149 


Cursham, G. 


. 1808 


57 


Duesbery, N. 


.. 1801 


49 


Curtois, P. ... 


. 1819 


75 


Dunn, B. H. 


.. 1857 


127 


Curzon, Hon. F. 


. 1805 


55 


Dunn, T. 


.. 1812 


63 


Curzon, Hon. F. E. h 


[. 1805 


55 


Dunn, W. ... 


.. 1812 


63 








Dury, A. 


.. 1833 


86 


Dabbs, A. ... 




34 


Dutton, A. ... 


.. 1809 


59 


Dabbs, J 




38 


Dutton, J. ... 


.. 1680 


26 


Da Costa, J. 


. 1818 


73 


Dutton, J 


.. 1809 


59 


Daintry, J. ... 


. 1824 


80 


Dwyer, H. A. 


.. 1833 


85 


Dalby, J 


. 1871 


204 


Dwyer, J. de B. 


.. 1833 


85 


Dale, GO 


. 1871 


199 


Dylton 




6 


Dalton, H. W. 


. 186(1 


140 


Dyson 




42 


Daniel, F. W. 


. 18U4 


161 


Dyson, J. ... 


.. 1811 


62 


Daniel, J. ... 




15 








Daniel, JR. 


. 1854 


118 


Earle, A. 1*. 


.. 1841 


94 


Daniel, S. ... 




15 


Earp, R. 


.. 1859 


137 


Daniel, W. T. S. . 


! 1815 


68 


Eastham, J. A. 


.. 1859 


137 


Darby, J 


. 1860 


143 


Eastlake, J. 


.. 1836 


90 


Darwin, J. ... 


. 1802 


52 


Eastlake, W. 


.. 1836 


90 


Daulby, F 


. 1837 


91 


Eaton, A. ... 


.. 1676 


23 


Davenport, E. 




33 


Eaton, G. ... 


.. 1676 


23 


Davenport, G 


. 1817 


72 


Eaton, G. ... 




33 


Davenport, J. C. . 


. 1814 


68 


Eaton, G. ... 


.. 1827 


81 


Davidson, E. 


.1841 


96 


Eaton, G. ... 


.. 1833 


85 


Davidson, F. G. 


. 1841 


96 


Eaton, H. ... 


.. 1827 


66 


Da vies, J. (Hanks) . 


. 1834 


87 


Eaton, J ... 


.. 1813 


81 


Davies, W. S. 


. 1844 


104 


Eaton, J. 


.. 1835 


90 


Davison, R. 




39 


Eaton, J. 


.. [^<iO 


140 


Davison, T. J. R. . 


. 1848 


111 


Eaton, J. C. 


.. 1858 


129 


Davys, J. 




38 


Eaton, T. 


.. 1681 


26 


Davys, W. ... 


! 1675 


17 


Eaton, W 


.. 1827 


81 


Dawes, W. ... 


. 1809 


59 


Eborall, W. B. 


.. 1S10 


60 



XX 




INDEX I 








Year Page 




Year 


Page 


Echlin, A. F. 


1862 


151 


Fisher, J. 




33 


Edwards, F. 


1812 


64 


Fisher, J. E. 


. 1860 


144 


Edwards, H. 


1801 


48 


Fisher, T. ... 


. 1677 


23 


Edwards, J. 




34 


Fisher, W. ... 


. 1682 


28 


Edwards, J. 


18:52 


83 


Fitzherbert, A. M.. 


. 1865 


166 


Edwards, J. 


1849 


112 


Fitzherbert, C. L.. 


. 1862 


154 


Edwards, W. 




35 


Fitzherbert, J. 


. 1675 


15 


Edwards, W. 




40 


Flack, E. 


. 1818 


74 


Edwards, W. 


1801 


48 


Flack, F. 


. 1818 


74 


Eliott-Lockhart,C.W 


1863 


160 


Fleming, J. G. 


. 1871 


202 


Elliot, G 




35 


Flemming, J. 


. 1714 


32 


Elliot, W. E. 


1873 


214 


Fletcher, C 


. 1812 


63 


Elliott, R 


1810 


60 


Fletcher, G.... 




36 


Elliott, T. \V. 


1860 


143 


Fletcher, G. II. 


! 1813 


66 


Ellis, J 


1810 


60 


Fletcher, T. 




36 


Ellis, R 


1810 


(id 


Fletcher, W. 




36 


Elwes, H. \Y. 


1870 


193 


Flight 




43 


Emeris, J. ... 


1 868 


1S4 


Fogo 


! 1832 


83 


Evans 


1 833 


86 


Ford, F 




6 


Evans, F. S. 


IS 73 


21 1 


Ford, T 




6 


Everard, G. 




35 


Ford, W. J 


! 1867 


176 


Every, II. ... 




8 


Formby, R 


. 1841 


96 


Every, H. ... 




32 


Formby, R. F. 


. 1848 


110 


Every, H. ... 


1801 


49 


Forster, F. ... 


. 1815 


70 


Every, J. 




8 


Forster, ('..I!. 


. 1845 


105 


Every, J. 


1675 


16 


Forster, J. ... 


. 1820 


76 


Every, J 




33 


Fosbrook, J. 


. 1714 


29 


Every, S. 


1675 


17 


Foster 




33 


Every. W. ... 


1675 


17 


Fothergill, S. 


'. 1659 


11 


Every, W. B. 


1856 


123 


Foulis, S. 


. 1682 


28 


Ewart, L. M. 


1860 


142 


Fowler, H. ... 


. 1815 


70 


Exon, J. 


1676 


22 


Fowler, J. ... 


. 1625 


6 


Eyre, T. 




9 


Fowler, J. ... 


. 1675 


16 








Fowler, R. ... 


. 1675 


18 


Faber, A. D. 


1869 


188 


Fowler, S. ... 


. 1676 


21 


Fair, C. B 


1844 


104 


Fowler, W. ... 


. 1676 


21 


Fairbairne, W. 


1621 


3 


Fownes 


. 1834 


88 


Fairbrother, J. 




33 


Fox, C. W 


. 1859 


137 


Falcon, M. ... 


1847 


109 


Fox, P 


. 1675 


19 


Falcon, R. S. 






Fox, W. D 


. 1818 


74 


(Falcon-Steward) 


1843 


102 


Foxcroft, J. 


. 1823 


79 


Falkland, Viscount 






Francis, G. ... 


.. 1714 


32 


(Cary, L. B.) 


1812 


64 


FYeeman, J. 




41 


Falkner, R. A. 


1870 


197 


Frith, T 




3 


Farmer, R. ... 




14 


Frost, J. 


! 1816 


71 


Fawcett, L. H. 


L866 


1 23 


Frost, T 


. 1816 


71 


Fell, R. A 


1 856 


122 


Fulford, G. C. E. . 


. 1868 


184 


Fen ton, J. ... 


1812 


04 








ffoliott, M 




8 


Gadsby, <;.... 


. 1811 


62 


Fiennea 




87 


Gallwey.C. 11. Payn< 


;- 1870 


197 


Findley, |. ... 


1854 


lis 


Gardner, J 


. 1813 


66 


Findley, J. R. 


I860 


143 


Gardom, (1 


.. 1813 


66 


Findley, \V. T. 


1866 


1 2.-. 


Gardom, S. ... 


.. 1813 


66 


Firebrace 




4 


Garland, T. 1 1. 


.. 1871 


204 


Fisher 


1804 


55 


Garnett, 11 


. 1S73 


217 


Fisher 


1832 


S3 


Garrard, 1'.... 


. 1869 


190 


Fisher, E. T. 


1 862 


IT,! 


Garrett, | 


. 1811 


62 


Fisher, |. 


1 875 


IS 


Garton, W 


. 1S47 


109 


Fisher. J 


L682 


28 


(ieary, N. ... 


. 1754 


38 


1 i her, j. 




:::t 


Cell, J. s 


. 1802 


52 







INDEX I 


XXI 




Year Page 




Year Page 


Cell, R 


. 1802 


52 


Green, J. R. 




40 


Gell, T 


. 1802 


52 


Greene, H. J. 


... 1821 


77 


Gent, W 


. 1807 


56 


Greene, R. ... 


... 1811 


61 


George, J 


. 1000 


2 


Greene, T. W. 


... 1816 


71 


Gibbings, A. 


.. 1861 


145 


Greene, W. ... 


... 1823 


79 


(.ribbings, A. W. 


.. 1861 


145 


Gregory, C. S. 


... 1827 


81 


Gibson, A. G. 


.. 1860 


140 


Gregory, E. H. 


... 1832 


83 


Gilbert 




44 


Gregory, G. F. 


... 1821 


77 


Gilbert 




44 


Gregory, H. O. 


... 1830 


82 


Gilbert, C. ... 


" 1675 


17 


Gregory, J. ... 


... 1807 


56 


Gilbert, G 




42 


Gregson, G.... 


... 1624 


5 


Gilbert, H 


.. 1675 


16 


Gregson, H 




7 


Gilbert, H 


.. 1681 


26 


Grendon, W. 


... 1827 


81 


Gilbert, T 


.. 1675 


17 


Gresley, J. ... 




37 


Gilbert, T 


.. 1675 


18 


Gresley, N. W. 


... 1864 


164 


Gilbert, W 


.. 1714 


30 


Gresley, T. ... 




36 


Gilbert, W 


.. 1800 


47 


Gretton, G. ... 




39 


Gilbert, W 


.. 1861 


148 


Gretton, J. ... 




35 


Gilbertson, E. C. . 


.. 1873 


214 


Gretton, T. ... 




43 


Gill, J. E 


.. 1832 


83 


Gretton, W. 




41 


Gilpin, F. 


.. 1813 


67 


Grey, W. H. C. 


... 1814 


67 


Girdlestone, E. D. . 


.. 1842 


97 


Griffin, W. ... 


... 1817 


72 


Gisborne, J. 


.. 1728 


33 


Griffith, J. ... 


... 1809 


59 


Gladwyn, M. 


.. 1678 


24 


Griffith, T. A. 


... 1834 


87 


Glover 


.. 1834 


88 


Griffiths, T.... 


... 1841 


94 


Glover 


.. 1836 


90 


Grosvenor, C. 




41 


Glover, H. ... 


.. 1834 


88 


Grosvenor, R. 




41 


Goodall, T. ... 


.. 1769 


40 


Groves, J. ... 


." 1814 


67 


Goodanter, T. 


.. 1621 


3 


Gulliver, J. ... 


... 1610 


2 


Goodday, W. 




36 


Gulliver, R 


... 1615 


2 


Goodere, G. 


.. 1823 


79 


Gurney, J. J. 


... 1861 


148 


Goodere, W. 


.. 1824 


80 








Goodman, H. 


.. 1807 


56 


Hacker, J. ... 




4 


Goodwin, J . 




4 


Hagger, H. ... 


... 1865 


166 


Goodwin, J. 


.. 1628 


6 


Haig, A. G.... 


... 1866 


174 


Goodwin, J. 


., 


6 


Haigh, G. H. 


... 1844 


104 


Goodwin, J. 


.. 1635 


7 


Haigh, W. ... 


... 1845 


105 


Gorham, G. M. 


.. 1846 


108 


Haines, R. ... 


... 1794 


46 


Goring, W. ... 


.. 


13 


Haiwood, R. 


... 1659 


13 


Gott, A 


.. 1873 


218 


Halford, W. 




12 


Gouge, E. ... 


.. 1682 


28 


Hall, C. A. ... 


... 1835 


89 


Gould, N. ... 


.. 1819 


75 


Hall, F. J. ... 


... 1818 


73 


Gray, G. 


.. 1675 


20 


Hall, I. 


... 1834 


88 


Gray, J. 


.. 1800 


47 


Hall, L. R. ... 


... 1838 


92 


Gray, R. 


.. 1676 


22 


Hall, W. S. ... 


... 1860 


140 


Gray, T. 


.. 1800 


47 


Hammersley, C. 


H. 1868 


183 


Greasley, F. 


.. 1801 


49 


Hammersley, F. 


... 1868 


183 


Greasley, J.... 


.. 1802 


51 


Hancocks, W. F. 


... 1852 


115 


Greasley, W. 


.. 1675 


18 


Hand, J. ... 


... 1811 


62 


Greatorex, H. 


.. 1845 


105 


Hanmer, T. ... 


... 1840 


93 


Greatorex, J. W. 


.. 1839 


92 


Hannay, W. 


... 1841 


94 


Greatorex, T. 


... 1840 


93 


Hardcastle, F. 


... 1859 


135 


Greaves 




42 


Harden, A. ... 


... 1856 


123 


Greaves 




45 


Hardin, N. 


... 


14 


Greaves 




45 


Harding, R. 




14 


Greaves, G.... 




38 


Hare, E. M. 


'..'. 1844 


104 


Green, C. V. 


... 1869 


190 


Hare, H. J.... 


... 1844 


104 


Green, G. J. L. 


... 1844 


103 


Hare, J. 


... 1800 


47 


Green, H. V. 


... 1872 


211 


Hare, J. 


... 1832 


83 


Green, J. 


... 1865 


118 


Harpur, G. ... 


... 1077 


23 



INDEX I 





Y/(l> 


Pane 




Year 


I'age 


1 larpur, J. ... 


.. 1675 


15 


Hibbert-Ware, c;. 1 


1. 1815 


107 


Harpur, R. ... 


.. 1809 


59 


Hickin. \Y. ... 




39 


1 1 arris, J. ... 


.. 1S01 


49 


Hickman, W. 


.'. 1811 


62 


1 1 arris, J. ... 


.. 1843 


102 


I lieron, J. ... 




3 


1 1 arris, W. ... 


.. 1801 


.10 


Hieron, J. ... 




10 


Harrison, H. 


.. 1817 


72 


Higginbottom, I". . 


.'. 1841 


94 


Harrison, R. 


.. 1817 


72 


Higgs, J 


. 1676 


18 


Hart, C. 


.. 1809 


59 


Hill, J 


.. 1682 


28 


Hart, G. 


.. 1809 


59 


Hillary, W. A. 


.. 1811 


61 


Hart, J. 


.. 1801 


49 


Hinckes, J. ... 




39 


Harvey, M.... 


.. 1819 


75 


Hind, F 


.. 1621 


3 


Hasell 


.. 1835 


90 


Hind, R. J 


. I860 


142 


Hastings, H. F. 


.. 1787 


45 


Hinde, T. C. 


. 1843 


100 


Hatcket, R. 


.. 1714 


31 


Hindley, T.... 


. 1609 


2 


Hauxley, H. 




13 


Hingly, J 




8 


Hawford, E. 




5 


Hoare 


. 1833 


85 


Hawker, C. M. 


.. 1873 


214 


Hobrow, R 


. 1754 


38 


Hawkes, J. ... 


.. 1675 


17 


Hockin, A. P. 


. 1832 


83 


Hawkins, C. 


.. 1822 


78 


Hodgkinson 




44 


Hawks, G. H. L. 


.. 1846 


108 


Hodgkinson, F. 


. 1866 


170 


Hawksworth, T. 


.. 1810 


60 


Hodgson, H. N. 


. 1841 


96 


Hawley, J. ... 


.. 1817 


73 


Hodgson, J. O. 


. 1859 


1 35 


Haycock, W. 


.. 1670 


15 


Hodgson, W. If . 


. 1859 


1 35 


Hayes, J. U. 


.. 1867 


177 


Holbech, V 


. 1820 


76 


[ I ayes, \V. ... 


.. 1866 


174 


Holbrook, C. 


. 1810 


60 


Hayne, J. ... 




40 


Holcombe, < '.. !•'. . 


. 1802 


53 


1 fay wood, J. 


.. 1841 


96 


1 [olden, A. ... 


. IS56 


123 


i leacocke, W. 


.. 1675 


18 


Holden, E. A. 


. 1819 


75 


Heape, G. ... 




11 


Holden, J. R. 


. 1819 


76 


Hearfield, P. 


'.'. 1714 


30 


Holland," (" 


. 1803 


54 


Heath, R. ... 


.. 1714 


30 


Holland, K 


. 1864 


1 65 


Heathcote, B. 


.. 1822 


78 


Holland, J 


. 18l'L' 


78 


Heathcote, C. 


.. 1802 


53 


Holland, R 


. 1800 


47 


I leathcote, ( '•. 


.. 1803 


54 


Holland, W. 


. IS45 


106 


Heathcote, J. 






1 lolnie, 1''. ... 


. 1856 


122 


(Heathcote I Eack 


er) 1803 


54 


Holme, J. R. 


. 1842 


99 


1 leathcote, R. 


.. 1678 


24 


Holme, \Y. II. 


. IS56 


122 


Heatherley, J . 


.. 1676 


23 


Holmes 




44 


Heath erley, R. 


.. 1678 


24 


Holmes 




44 


Heatherly, W. 


.. 1679 


25 


Holmes, J. ... 


. 1822 


78 


Heaton, J. A. 


.. 1845 


106 


Holmes, T. ... 


. 1822 


78 


Hebblethwaite, P. 


C. 1874 


220 


Holyoak, H. 


. 1801 


51 


Fleming, S. B. 


.. 1811 


61 


Hope, C. 


. 1596 


2 


Henslowe, E. P. 


.. 1812 


64 


Hope, C. 




4 


Henslowe, S. V. F. 


.. 1842 


99 


Hope, M 


! 1635 


7 


Henslowe, W. II. 


.. 1812 


64 


Hope, R. J 


. 1832 


84 


Henson, W. 


.. 1681 


27 


Hopkins, J.... 


. 1659 


12 


Henson, W. 


.. 1714 


30 


Hopkinson, H. 


. 1823 


79 


Heron-Maxwell, J. 


s. 1863 


160 


Hopkinson, T. 


. 1843 


100 


1 lewes, W. ... 


.. 1799 


46 


Home, P. ... 


. 1678 


24 


Hewett, G. ... 


.. 1871 


204 


Home, W. ... 


. 1676 


21 


Hewgill, A. ... 


.. 1815 


70 


Horner, W 


. 1844 


104 


Heywood, B. A. 


.. 1848 


111 


Horsefield, J. 


. 1813 


65 


Heywood, H. M. 


.. 1872 


208 


Hoskins 


. 1835 


89 


Heywood, J. P. 


.. 1844 


102 


Hoskins, A 


. 1812 


64 


Heywood, N. 


.. 1843 


102 


Hoskins, B 


. 1815 


69 


Heywood, 0. 


.. 184S 


111 


Hoskins F 


. 1815 


70 


1 ley wood, R. < ). 


.. 1842 


98 


Hoskins, 1 1 ... 


. 1814 


c.s 


1 ley wood, S. 


.. 1852 


115 


Hough. ('. 


. 1660 


13 


1 leywood, W. 


.. 1843 


102 


Hough, J 


. 1623 


5 



INDEX I 



XX111 





Year 


Pai>e 




Year 


Page 


Houghton ... 


. 18.34 


88 


Jenyns 


.. 1825 


81 


Houlden, E. 


. L655 


11 


Jervois, R. D. D. . 


.. 1858 


132 


Howard, J. ... 


. 1818 


74 


Jesson, VV. ... 


.. 1680 


25 


Howe, G. 




10 


Jessop, W. ... 


.. 1871 


200 


Howett 




42 


Johnson, F 


.. 1852 


115 


Hubbersty, VV. P. . 


. 1855 


119 


Johnson, R. 


.. 1813 


65 


Hudson, A. B. 


. 1873 


218 


Johnson, W. B. 




45 


1 [ughes, G. ... 


. 1820 


76 


Johnstone, J. H. . 


".. 1864 


162 


Hull, W 


. 174:5 


35 


Jones, James 


.. 1863 


158 


Humfrev, L. C. 


. 1841 


96 


Jones, Joseph 


.. 1861 


149 


Hunt H 


. 1675 


20 


Jones, J. E. 


.. 1828 


82 


Hunt, R 


. 1606 


2 


Jones, T. 


.. 1823 


79 


Hunt, T 


.. 1654 


11 


Jones, T. R. 


.. 1820 


76 


Hunt, W. ... 


. 1676 


21 


Jones, T. W. C. 


.. 1861 


148 


Hunter, F. ... 


. 1861 


146 


Jones-Saltoun, M. H. 1873 


215 


Hunter, F. B. J. . 


. 1869 


190 


Jordan, J. E. 


.. 1812 


65 


Hunter, R. S. 


. 1847 


110 


Jordan, S. ... 


.. 1812 


65 


Hurt, J. N 


. 1860 


140 


Jordan, W. ... 


.. 1808 


57 


Husband, f. 


. 1801 


51 


Jowet 




42 


Hutchinson... 


. 1817 


72 


Joynes, J 




4 


Hutchinson... 


. 1832 


84 








Hutchinson, G. 


. 1714 


29 


Kay, E 


.. 1814 


68 


Hutchinson, J. 




37 


Keeley, G. ... 


.. 1861 


149 


Hutchinson, T. 


'. 1802 


51 


Keeley, T. P. 


.. 1860 


140 


Hutchinson, W. 


. 1679 


25 


Kcene, C. T. P. 


.. 1873 


214 


Hyatt, W 


. 1802 


51 


Kelly, G 


.. 1802 


51 








Kelly, H 


.. 1814 


69 


lddins. P 


. 1832 


83 


Kelly, J 


.. 1802 


51 


Incc, T. 


. 1815 


69 


Kemble, H 


.. 1805 


166 


Ingle 




44 


Kendall, G.... 




4 


Ingle, W. 




42 


Kendal), ('. 


.. 1076 


21 


Ingleby 


. 1834 


88 


Kendall, H 


.. 1676 


21 


lnman, W. H. 


. 1865 


166 


Kennedy 


.. 1833 


85 


Insley, T. 


. 1677 


23 


Kewney, C 


.. 1823 


79 


Irdish, J. (Onlish). 


. 1832 


83 


Kiiburn, K.... 


.. 1067 


14 








Kil mister, A. 


.. 1822 


78 


Jackson, Benjamin 




41 


Kilmister, G.. 


.. 1822 


78 


Jackson, F. H. 


. 1810 


61 


King, A. 


.. 1858 


129 


Jackson, G 




12 


King, John ... 


.. 1850 


113 


Jackson, H. V. 


. 1811 


61 


King, T. 


.. 1861 


149 


Jackson, James 




41 


King, W. F 


.. 1868 


1.83 


Jackson, James 


. 1810 


61 


Kinge, A. ... 




5 


Jackson, James 


. 1859 


137 


Kinge, H. ... 




5 


Jackson, John 




9 


Kinsey, W. E. 


.. 1858 


130 


Jackson, L 


. 1802 


51 


Kirk 




33 


James, R. ... 


. 1818 


73 


Kirke, E 


'.'. 1811 


62 


Jaques, E. ... 


. 1677 


23 


Kirkland, S. 


.. 1800 


48 


Jaques, J. ... 




8 


Kirwan, J. M. 






Jaques, J 


. 1681 


27 


Maitland- 


.. 1865 


167 


Jarratt, W 


. 1844 


103 


Kitching, J. S. 


.. 1869 


188 


Jebb, J 


. 1803 


53 


Knight, O. G. 


.. 1843 


102 


Jebb, S. H 


. 1804 


55 








Jefferson, H. T. 


. 1843 


102 


Lace, R. S. ... 


.. 1862 


151 


Jefferson, R. 


1845 


106 


Lacy, J 


.. 1801 


48 


Jeffreis, T. ... 


. 1565 


I 


Lacy, R. 


.. 1811 


61 


Jelly, J 


. 1809 


58 


Lacy, W. 


.. 1804 


55 


Jelly, W 


. 1809 


58 


Lafone, M. ... 


.. 1871 


205 


lemmat, F 


. 1680 


26 


Lakeland, H. 




8 


Jenison, J. ... 




15 


Lamb, F. 


! 1871 


205 


jenison, M 




15 


Limb, J ohn 


. 1714 


30 



XXIV 



INDEX I 





Year 


Page 




Year 


Page 


Lamb, Joseph 


.. 1714 


31 


Luard 


1836 


90 


Lambert, C. G. 


.. 1845 


106 


Lugg 


1837 


91 


Lander, W. 


.. 1809 


59 


Lummas, G. 




3 


Lanfear, C. ) . 


.. 1870 


197 








Lanfear, T. J. L. 


.. 1872 


211 


Macaulay, G. A. 


1S.-J7 


III 


Langford, W. 


.. 1864 


[62 


Macaulay, T. 


1842 


98 


Latham, C. ... 


.. 1858 


130 


Macaulay, W. 11. .. 


ISMS 


92 


Latham, H.... 


.. 1855 


119 


Mackenzie, 






Lawson, R.... 


.. 1846 


108 


G. W. R 


1 855 


US 


Lawson, S. ... 


.. 1845 


1 06 


Mackenzie, W. 


1862 


151 


Lawson, T. W. 


.. 1845 


106 


Macklin, G. R. W... 


1856 


121 


Lax, A. 


.. 1818 


74 


Maconchy, G. C. .. 


1873 


2 IS 


Laycock, J. A. 


.. 1858 


132 


Macvicar, N. 


1861 


149 


Leacroft, C. A. 


.. 1834 


87 


McConnel, ]. C. .. 


1873 


2l(i 


Leacroft, T. 




46 


McCrea, H. H. 


IS* 13 


157 


Leathes, B. de M. 


" 1871 


200 


McDowal, T. 


1827 


SI 


Leckie, P. S. 


.. 1869 


187 


McLaren, J. C. 


1858 


130 


Lee, C. 


.. 1812 


63 


McLaren, L. 


1867 


179 


Lee, F. 


.. 1812 


63 


Madan, S. ... 


1 S02 


53 


Lee, H. 


.. 1868 


183 


Madden, C 


1801 


50 


Lee, J. 


.. 1812 


63 


Maddock 


1837 


91 


Leedham, J. J. 


.. 1814 


68 


Maddock, B, 


1763 


39 


Leeson, H. B. 


.. 1816 


71 


Maddock, J. 


1755 


38 


Leetham. J. 


.. 1870 


194 


Main, R 




117 


Leetham, W. 


.. 1867 


179 


Mainwaring, B. 




33 


Leigh, A. 


.. 1853 


116 


Mainwaring, C. H... 


1865 


168 


Leigh, H. A. 


.. 1856 


123 


Mainwaring, W. C. .. 


1866 


172 


Levett 


.. 1822 


78 


Maitland-Kirwan, 






Levett, M. ... 


.. 1823 


79 


J. M 


1865 


167 


Levick, J. ... 


.. 1825 


81 


Malin, J 


1810 


60 


Levinge 


.. 1834 


88 


Maltby, H 


1833 


85 


Lewis 


.. 1835 


89 


Manifold 




44 


Lewis, J. 


.. 1676 


21 


Manifold, T. 


1809 


59 


Lievre, J. J. 


.. 1808 


57 


Mann, G. L. N. 


1867 


179 


Lievre, J. S. 


.. 1803 


54 


Mansfield, (1. G. .. 


1841 


95 


Lightfoote, S. 




4 


Mansfield, J. 




36 


Lighton, H. A. 11. 


.. 1864 


162 


Mansfield, R. 


1807 


56 


Lighton, J. M. 1'. 


.. 186S 


185 


Marbrow, R. 


1864 


162 


Lindup, H. ... 


.. 1714 


31 


Marriott, II. 






Linton, W. R. 


.. 1862 


155 


(Walker, H. M.).. 


1870 


196 


Litherland, E. 




10 


Marriott, J.... 


. 1809 


58 


Little, T. ... 


.. 1679 


25 


Marriott, O. 


1814 


68 


Lloyd, E. H. 


.. 1872 


209 


Marriott, W. H. .. 


1814 


68 


Lloyd, G. W. 


.. 1775 


45 


Marshall 


1730 


33 


Lloyd, S. S.... 


.. 1859 


135 


Marshall, T. 


1814 


69 


Lockett, J. ... 


.. 1816 


71 


Marshall, W. 


. 1852 


115 


Lockett, T. ... 


.. 1820 


76 


Marston, (',. D. 


1868 


1S5 


Lockhart, C. W. 






Marston, O. G. 


1868 


185 


Eliott- ... 


.. 1863 


160 


Martin, H 


1845 


106 


Lockington, J. 


.. 1848 


110 


Marvin, C. ... 


1812 


63 


Lockwood, W. 


.. 1818 


74 


Mason, C. E. 


1867 


179 


Loos, W. 


.. 1679 


25 


Mason, H. ... 


. 1813 


(>(> 


Lord, H. H. 


.. 1873 


214 


Mason, R. ... 


1811 


62 


Lovatt, T. ... 


.. 1800 


48 


Massingberd, C. 


. 1817 


73 


Lowe 


.. 1821 


77 


Massingberd, V. A. 


1817 


73 


Lowe, G. 


.. 1652 


10 


Master, () 


1S42 


99 


Lowe, J. 


.. 1803 


54 


Matchett, J. 


1678 


21) 


Lowe, J. J. ... 


.. 1803 


54 


Mather, 11 


L866 


175 


Lowe, W. E. 


.. ISIil 


162 


Mather. J 


i (;:."> 


l't 


Lowrey, W.... 


.. 1857 


125 


Mathews 




43 







INDEX I 


XXV 




Year Page 




Year Page 


Mathews J. 


. 1675 


18 


Milnes, W. (Smith)... 


1816 


72 


Mathews P. 


. 1675 


20 


Milnes, \V 


1833 


85 


Mathews W. 




37 


Milton, W. B. 


1868 


185 


Mathews, W. 




43 


Milward, J 




8 


Maxwell, J.... 


. 1845 


106 


Minion, W 


1678 


24 


Maxwell, j. S. Heron- 1863 


160 


Mitchell, J 


1681 


27 


Maxwell, R. VV. . 


. 1860 


144 


Mold, C 


1833 


85 


Maxwell, T 


. 1845 


106 


Mole 




42 


Maxwell, W. E. 


. 1860 


141 


Mollaber, W. 


1680 


25 


Mayne, C. C. 


. 1860 


144 


Monkhouse, J. 


1846 


108 


Mayou, J. ... 


. 1861 


150 


Montgomery, 






Mead 




43 


W. A. P 


1866 


170 


Meakin 




43 


Moore, E. ... 


1808 


57 


Meakin, G. ... 


.'. 1676 


22 


Moore, E. C. 


1835 


89 


Meakin, P. ... 


.. 1810 


60 


Moore, J. 


1621 


3 


Meakin, T 


.. 1800 


48 


Moore, J. P. 


1868 


182 


Meakin, W.... 


.. 1832 


84 


Moore, R 


1808 


57 


Meare, H. ... 




5 


Moore, R. ... 


1832 


84 


Measam, J. ... 


.. 1714 


31 


Moore, T. J. 


1801 


48 


Measam, T. ... 


.. 1714 


30 


Moreton 




41 


Measham, J. 


.. 1675 


20 


Morewood, J. 




11 


Measham, J. 


.. 1800 


48 


Morgan 


1834 


88 


Measham, R. 


.. 1837 


91 


Morgan, M. B. 


1814 


69 


Measham, R. G. 


.. 1850 


112 


Morice, W. ... 




36 


Measham, T. 


.. 1676 


22 


Morley, J 


1675 


20 


Measham, W. 


.. 1675 


19 


Morley, R 


. 1842 


100 


Measom 




43 


Morly, G 


. 1714 


29 


Measom 




43 


Morris, J. A. 


. 1813 


67 


Measom, T 




43 


Morris, T. H. 


. 1867 


179 


Mellor, J. ... 


.'. 1800 


46 


Morrison, W. L. 


. 1859 


138 


Mellor, R. ... 


.. 1624 


5 


Morton, D 




8 


Merry 


.. 1839 


92 


Mosely, T 


. 1657 


12 


Merry, R. ... 


.. 1833 


87 


Mosley, Arthur 


. 1834 


88 


Messiter, F. H. 


.. 1871 


205 


Mosley, Ashton 


. 1834 


88 


Messiter, G. S. 


.. 1859 


135 


Mosley, A. N. E. .. 


. 1801 


49 


Messiter, H. C. 


.. 1860 


142 


Mosley, G. G. 


. 1837 


91 


Metcalf, G. ... 


.. 1S17 


73 


Mosley, R. ... 


. 1840 


93 


Metcalf, H. ... 


.. 1817 


73 


Mottram, J. A. 


. 1861 


146 


Meynell, E. D. 


.. 1835 


89 


Mounsey, G. W. 






Meynell, G.... 


.. 1603 


2 


(Mounsey-Heysham) 1844 


104 


Meynell, G.... 


... 1678 


24 


Mounsey, J. G. 


. 1845 


106 


Meynell, G. C. 


... 1835 


89 


Mounsey, R. H. 


. 1844 


103 


Meynell, Henry 


... 1837 


91 


Mouseley, J. 




41 


Meynell, J. ... 


... 1678 


24 


Mouseley, R. 




42 


Meynell, J. ... 


... 1678 


24 


Mousley, J.... 


'. 1681 


27 


Meynell, J. ... 


... 1813 


66 


Mousley, J.... 


. 1714 


31 


Meynell, R.... 




38 


Mousley, J. H. 


. 1833 


85 


Meynell, W. 


... 1836 


90 


Mousley, R.... 


. 1681 


27 


Michel, J. ... 




4 


Mousley, R.... 


. 1714 


31 


Midgley, G. R. 


... 1815 


70 


Mousley, W. E. 


. 1833 


85 


Milborne, J. 


... 1812 


62 


Moxon, T. S. 


. 1811 


61 


Milborne, W. 


... 1812 


62 


Mozley, J 


. 1819 


75 


Mildmay, E. A. St. 


J. 1866 


175 


Muckleston, R. 


. 1820 


76 


Miller, J. ... 


... 1834 


88 


Mugliston, G. 


. 1753 


38 


Mills 


... 1823 


80 


Mullion, H 


. 1811 


61 


Mills, J. 


... 1811 


62 


Mullion, J 


. 1810 


60 


Milner, John 


... 1847 


110 


Mundy, F. N. C. . 


. 1749 


37 


Milner, Joseph 


... 1842 


97 


Murchison, H. C. . 


.. 1873 


215 


Milnes, G. H. 


... 1873 


215 


Murchison, K. J. . 


.. 1870 


194 


Milnes, S. ... 


... 1675 


17 


Murchison, R. L. . 


.. 1869 


187 



XXVI 




INDEX I 








Year 


Page 




) ear 


Page 


Murray, R 


.. 1868 


ISf) 


Parker, John 


. 1812 


64 


Myring, J 


.. I860 


144 


Parker, Joseph 


. 1863 


116 


Nash, A. | 


.. 1861 


ISO 


Parker, R 


. 1849 


112 


Nash, H 


.. 1868 


130 


Parker, S 


. 1813 


66 


Need 


.. 1835 


8!) 


Parker, W. ... 


. 1675 


19 


Need 


.. 1835 


8!) 


Parker, W 


. 1714 


32 


Need, G 


.. 1818 


74 


Parker, VV 


1714 


32 


Need, N. 


.. 1816 


71 


Parker. W 


1862 


153 


Nelson, 1*". ... 


.. IS7I 


201 


Parkes, G. ... 


1872 


210 


Newbold, F. 


. 1812 


62 


Parkinson ... 


1 S33 


86 


Newham, J. 


. 1676 


21 


Parr. F 


1816 


71 


Newhouse, \V. 




35 


Parr, Richard 


1816 


71 


Newling, C... 


. 1825 


81 


Parr, Robert 


1821 


77 


Newman, P. 


. 1812 


64 


Parr, T 


1 835 


no 


Newsaro, C 


. 1823 


79 


Parry, W. E. 


1858 


133 


Newton, E 




9 


Partridge 




43 


Newton, F. H. 


. 1858 


132 


Patteson. R. 


IS35 


90 


Newton, R.... 




8 


Pattinson, J. 


L832 


84 


Newton, W.... 




33 


Pattinson, W. 1 1. .. 


IS71 


206 


Nichols 


1819 


75 


Pauley, R 


1675 


16 


Nicholson, J. 


. 1832 


84 


Paxton, G. ... 


ISO!) 


189 


Noble, H. T. 


ISIO 


60 


Payne-Gallwey, C. H 


. 1870 


197 


Noble, S. L. 


1810 


60 


Peach, C. P. (Cleaver 


1842 


99 


Norman, G. B. 


. 1811 


68 


Peach, F 


1S64 


L62 


Norris, |. II. 


. 1857 


126 


Peach, II 




to 


North, T 


. 1862 


13 


Peach, T. II. 


L856 


124 


Nutt, II 


. 181 1 


61 


Pead, O A. J. 


1862 


1 52 


Nntt, W 


. J 81 1 


62 


Pead, W. n. 
Peake, R. 


1 859 


1 38 
41 


Oakover, H. 


. 1875 


16 


Pears, A 


1 865 


169 


Oakes, T. 


. 1676 


22 


Pears. |. ML 


1857 


120 


O'Brien, H. A. 


. 186S 


IS2 


Pears, M. A. 


1 S55 


122 


Odish, E 


. 1714 


30 


Pearsall 




II 


Odish, T 


. 1711 


31 


Pearsall, J 




42 


Ogle, O 


. 1841 


95 


1 '(-arson. \V. 


1814 


68 


Ogle, K 




42 


Peat, F 


1023 


5 


• >]< cover, S.... 


. 1675 


IS 


Peat, J 


IS(I2 


52 


< Udenzell 




43 


Peate, ( '•. 


1075 


19 


Oldershaw, W. 




8 


Peck. | 




10 


Orchard, T.... 


. 167.-) 


18 


Pedder, C. D. 


1S4I 


96 


Ordish, G 


. 1832 


83 


Pedder, |. R. 


1 844 


104 


Ordish, 1. (Irdish).. 


1832 


83 


Pedder, R. W. 


1846 


106 


Ordish, R 


. 1801 


4!) 


Pedder, T. E. 


1 S42 


99 


O'Reilly, I 


. 1824 


80 


Peel, C 


1 S45 


100 


Orrae, T. 


. 1754 


38 


Peel, E 


1 S50 


1 23 


Orton, J 


. 1806 


56 


Pegg, C 


1656 


11 


( tebiston, J. 


. 1714 


30 


Pegg, M. S 


1 SOS 


182 


Osborne, \\ . 


. 1652 


10 


Pegg, J 


1676 


22 


Overton, W. G. 


. 1858 


130 


Pegg, R 


1865 


169 


Owen, H 




4T) 


Peile, C 


1S46 


108 


( hven, J. 


. 1808 


58 


Peile, J. B 


1841 


94 


< hvcll, J. 


. 1812 


99 


Peile, J. 11 


1841 


94 


Owen, f. 


. 1852 


115 


Peile, T. W 


1845 


106 


Owen, R. I). 


. 1834 


88 


Peile, \V. H. 


IS47 


109 


Owen, W. ... 


. ISIO 


60 


Perkins. A. II. 


IS73 


219 








Perreau, R. A. I). ... 


L857 


126 


Palmer, E. ... 


. 1817 


37 


Peter. G. C. (Petre) 


1832 


84 


Palmer, E. J. 


. 1833 


86 


Phillips, C 


1814 


67 


Palmer, W.'... 


. 1813 


66 


Phillips, K. A. 


1S67 


177 


Parker, C. ... 


. 1815 


69 


Phillips, ). E. |. ... 


1S57 


12 7 



INDEX I 



XXV11 



Year Page 

Pickering ... ... 42 

Pickering, W. H. ... 1850 124 

Pickford 1832 84 

Piers, J 1755 38 

Pierson, T 1675 17 

Pierson, \V ... 1675 16 

Piggott, G 6 

Pigot, G 13 

Pince, R 1810 60 

Pinner, H 1761 39 

Pitcairn, A. A. ... 1860 141 

Pitcairn, C. C. ... 1865 169 

Pitman, A. H. ... 1861 150 

Plant, J 12 

Piatt, T 1812 65 

Platts, R 1854 118 

Pole, S. (Chandos- 

Polef 41 

Pollock, H. C. ... 1864 163 

Port, R 1633 7 

Porter, S 4 

Porter, T 1816 71 

Potter, D. M. ... 1857 128 

Potter, T 1810 61 

Potts, F 1650 9 

Poulson, S. 1810 61 

Pountain, J. T. ... 1856 124 

Pountney, C. . ... 1744 35 

Power, A 1818 74 

Poyser, R 1676 23 

Prat, B 1714 30 

Prat, W 1714 29 

Pratt, F 1624 5 

Pratt, H 1675 19 

Pratt, H 1714 29 

Pratt, T. W. ... 1812 63 

Pratt, W 1624 5 

Presbury ... ... 43 

Presbury ... ... 44 

Price ... ... 44 

Price, R 1812 64 

Price, W. H. ... 1870 198 

Prime, E 8 

Prime, W. H. ... I860 144 

Prince, N 1675 19 

Prince, R 1850 113 

Prince, T 1675 16 

Prince. W. T. ... 1850 112 

Pringle, R. K. ... 1867 180 

Prior, T 1675 17 

Proctor, J 1796 46 

Proctor, J 1801 50 

Proctor, S. C. ... 1801 50 

Purchas, J. W. B. ... 1864 163 

Radford, F 1801 49 

Ragg, W 1645 10 

Raikes, R. W. ... 1844 104 

Kailton, F 1851 114 

Kailton, II 1851 114 



Ramshay, T. 

Rastall, \V... 
Ratchdale, T. 
Rathbone, S. 
Rathbone, T. 
Rathdale, W. 
Ratliff, G. C. 
Katliff, H. E. 
Raven, A. W. 
Rawlins, J. ... 
Rawlins, R. R. 

Rawlins, T 

Rawlins, W. 
Rawson, C. ... 
Rawson, T. H. 
Ray, J. ... 
Raynes, F. ... 
Raynes, T. ... 
Reader, J. ... 
Reaston, C. H. 

(Rodes) 
Rees, D. 
Reid, C. 
Rennisson, J. 
Rennisson, J. 
Repington, E. 
Rhodes, H. ... 
Rice, A. 
Richards, G. 
Richardson, G. 
Richardson, G. 
Richardson, J. 
Richardson, T. 
Richardson, W. P 
Rickards, B. 
Rickards, H. 
Riddle, L. ... 
Riding, W. H. 
Rivet, H. ... 
Rivett, G. ... 
Roades, J. ... 
Roberts, J. ... 

Roberts, R 

Roberts, T. . . . 
Robertson ... 
Robertson, E. W. 
Robertson, R. J. 
Robey, E. ... 
Robey, R. ... 
Robinson 
Robinson, EM. 
Robinson, J. 
Robinson, W. 
Robson, C. J. 
Robson, J. C. 
Rodes, C. H. 

(Reaston) 
Rodgers, R. H. 
Roe, S. R. ... 
Rogerson, R. 



Year 
1871 

1681 
1667 
1675 
1675 
1871 
1870 
1870 
1801 
1801 
1801 
1801 
1862 
1862 
1675 
1811 
1813 
1714 

1804 
1800 
1832 
1714 
1714 
1675 
1872 
1678 
1677 
1714 
1790 
1714 
1714 
1867 
1814 
1814 
1814 
1812 
1714 
1677 
1666 
1821 
1675 
1681 
1874 
1865 
1863 
1675 
1675 

1874 
1846 
1802 
1855 
1855 



l l age 

201 

40 

26 

14 

15 

18 

206 

194 

195 

50 

50 

50 

50 

152 

152 

18 

61 

67 

31 

55 

47 

84 

29 

30 

17 

208 

24 

23 

32 

45 

29 

29 

180 

68 

68 

68 

65 

30 

23 

14 

77 

20 

27 

221 

166 

160 

16 

16 

42 

221 

108 

52 

120 

120 



1804 55 

I860 145 

1815 69 

1080 20 



XXV111 



INDEX I 



Rolleston, S. 
Rome, J. 
Romilly, H. H. 
Rooe, J. 
Rooe, R ... 
Roper, T. ... 
Rose, C. 
Rose, Henry 
Rose, Herbert 

Rose, I 

Rose, T. 
Roughton ... 
Rowe, H. ... 
Rowland, W. 
Rowlands, J. 
Royle, F. E. V. 
Russell 
Rutherfurd, H. A. P. 
Ryley, B. ... 
Ryley, H. ... 

Sachel, J. ... 
Saltoun, M. H. Jones 
Sanders, S. ... 
Sanders, T. ... 
Sanderson, E. 
Sarson 

Sault, W. ... 
Sawyers, J.... 
Scott, D. ... 
Scott, G. 
Scott, H. ... 
Scott, Jonathan 
Scott, R. A. 
Scott, S. K.... 
Scott-Chisholmc, J . J 
Sculthorpe, J. 
Sedcole 
Selwyn, E. J. 
Serjeantson, E. 
Serjeantson, P. 
Seymour, J. F. 
Shann, E. ... 
Shann, G. ... 
Shardloe, T. 
Sharpe, R. ... 
Shaw, Gervas 
Shaw, H. J. T. 
Shaw, J. 
Shaw, R. ... 
Shaw, Samuel 
Shaw, Samuel 
Shaw, Stebbing 
Shaw, Stebbing 
Sheepshanks, W 
Sheffield, G. 
Shelmerdine, D. 
Shelton, J. ... 
Shepherd, K. A. 
gheppard, E. 



Year 
1837 
1678 
1870 
1679 
1681 
1843 
1848 
1868 
1854 
1853 
1854 

1 843 
1820 
1820 
1871 
1832 
1864 
1808 
1808 



1873 

1622 
1859 
1806 
1676 
1841 
1828 
1828 
1809 

1871 
1865 
1 866 
1813 

1837 
1813 
1813 
1857 
1863 
1824 
1675 
1678 
1681 
1867 
1714 
1779 

1681 



I860 
1812 

1869 
1 862 
1676 



Page 

91 

24 

1!)5 

24 

26 

101 

111 

182 

118 

116 

117 

43 

101 

76 

76 

201 

84 

165 

57 

57 

11 

215 

11 

3 

138 

56 

21 

96 

82 

82 

59 

39 

206 

166 

170 

67 

42 

91 

66 

66 

128 

161 

81 

20 

23 

27 

176 

31 

45 

9 

27 

37 

44 

145 

114 

9 

1 35 

152 

21 



Sheppard, John 
Sheppard, Jonathan 
Sheppard, M. 

Sheppard. N. 
Sheppard, R. 
Sherwin, T.... 
Shields, H R. 
Shilleto, James 
Shilleto, John 
Shilleto, R. ... 
Shore, H. O. 
Shore, R. E. N. 
Shore, T. 
Short, J. H. 
Short, W. H. 
Shorthose, F. 
Shorthose, J. 
Shorthose, J. 
Shorthose, W. 
Shorthouse, T. 
Shuttleworth. A. A 
Shuttleworth,W.S.P 
Sills, G. 
Silvester, E. F. 
Silvester, H. A. 
Simms, S. ... 
Simpkinson, F. V. 
Simpson, A. R. Tk 
Simpson, C. 
Simpson, E. L. 
Simpson, J. B, 
Simpson, J. H. 
Simpson, M. 
Sitwell, E. W. 
Sitwell, Richard 
Sitwell, W. ... 
Skinner, ). ... 
Sleath, W. ... 
Sleigh, Cr. ... 
Sleigh, S. 
Smales, H. ... 
Small, R. ... 
Smalley, S. ... 
Smallwood. G. A. 
Smallwood, W. C. 
Smallwood, W. J. 
Smart 
Smedley 

Smedley, C 

Smedley, H . 
Smedley, J.... 
Smedley, W. 
Smelt, A. 
Smelt, C S.... 
Smith 

Smith, Alfred 
Smith, Arthur 
Smith, B. ... 
Smith, Charles 
Smith, Courtenay 



Year 
1 675 
1678 
1 680 
1676 
1606 

1873 
1823 
1822 
1822 
1843 
1867 
1823 
1824 
1815 
1849 

1852 
1801 
1714 
1813 
1833 

1862 
1864 
1678 
1866 
1855 
1805 
1807 
1803 
1842 
1676 
1S34 
1800 
1800 
1801 
18 IS 
1621 
1021 
1841 
1862 
1675 
1851 
1853 
1853 
1839 

1063 
1852 
1815 
1800 
1802 
1836 

1858 
1844 
1845 
1S00 
1X17 



Page 
20 
24 
26 
21 



INDEX I 



XXIX 





Year 


Page 




Year 


Page 


Smith, D. ... 


... 1819 


76 


Spencer 


1833 


87 


Smith 


Edmund 


... 1816 


72 


Spencer, J. F. 


1868 


182 


Smith 


Edward 


... 1817 


72 


Spencer, Richard ... 


1814 


67 


Smith 


F. ... 


... 1812 


62 


Spencer, Roger 


1564 


1 


Smith 


F. P. 


... 1861 


148 


Spilsbury, B. W. ... 


1839 


92 


Smith 


Godwin 


... 1714 


32 


Spilsbury, F. M. ... 


1841 


94 


Smith 


Graham 


... 1822 


78 


Spilsbury, F. W. ... 


1801 


50 


Smith 


H. ... 


... 1811 


62 


Spor 




44 


Smith 


H. E. 


... 1865 


167 


Spratley, J.... 


1676 


22 


Smith 


H. L. 


... 1863 


157 


Spratley, W. 


1682 


27 


Smith 


I. ... 




43 


Spurrier, G 


1831 


83 


Smith 


James 




34 


Spurrier, G. H. 


1832 


83 


Smith 


James 


... 1792 


46 


Spurrier, T 


1831 


82 


Smith 


John 




13 


Spurrier, W. 


1831 


82 


Smith 


John 


". 1792 


46 


Standley, J. 


1809 


58 


Smith 


John 


.. 1848 


111 


Stanfeild, M. 


1666 


14 


Smith 


John 


.. 1867 


176 


Stanhope, Charles ... 




6 


Smith 


Joseph 




42 


Stanhope, Cromwell 




8 


Smith 


J. Tetley 


.. 1815 


70 


Stanhope, F. 




6 


Smith 


J. Thomas 


.. 1816 


72 


Stanhope, G. 




7 


Smith 


Richard 




40 


Stanhope, J. 




8 


Smith 


Richard 


'.'. 1811 


62 


Stanhope, P. 




7 


Smith 


Richard 


.. 1844 


104 


Stanley, W. ... 


1841 


95 


Smith 


Richard 


.. 1844 


104 


Stapylton, E. M. R. 


1841 


96 


Smith 


Richard 


.. 1848 


112 


Starkey, F. ... 




1 


Smith 


Robert 


.. 1675 


19 


Startin 




43 


Smith 


R. G. 


.. 1816 


72 


Steel, J 


1808 


58 


Smith 


R. P. 


.. 1810 


61 


Stephens, E. 


1805 


56 


Smith 


S. ... 


.. 1814 


69 


Stephenson, P. 


1675 


18 


Smith 


S. F. A. 


.. 1855 


121 


Stephenson, S. 


1714 


29 


Smith 


W. ... 


.. 1801 


50 


Stevens 


1838 


92 


Smith 


W. ... 


.. 1811 


62 


Stevens, J. T. 


1861 


148 


Smith 


W. ... 


.. 1812 


63 


Stevens, T. ... 


1677 


23 


Smith 


W. ... 


.. 1815 


70 


Stevenson, S. 


1676 


22 


Smith 


W. (Milnes) 


.. 1816 


72 


Stewart, H. S. 


1861 


150 


Smith 


W. ... 


.. 1817 


73 


Stewart, W. 


1814 


68 


Smith 


W. ... 


.. 1842 


100 


Stoddart, H. 


1844 


103 


Smithard, J. 






Stoddart, W. 


1844 


103 


(Smithard-Hind) 


1836 


90 


Stokes, G. ... 


1866 


171 


Smithard, J. 


.. 1848 


111 


Stokes, John 


1803 


53 


Smithard, R. 


.. 1840 


93 


Stokes, Joseph 


1803 


53 


Smithard, T. 


.. 1862 


156 


Stokes, T. ... 




36 


Smithard, W. 


.. 1833 


87 


Stone 




44 


Smyth, H. B. 


.. 1838 


92 


Stone, 




44 


Smythe, J. J. B. 


.. 1832 


84 


Stone, H. ... 


1681 


27 


Smythe, W. W. 


.. 1832 


84 


Stone, J. 


1714 


29 


Snape, W. ... 


.. 1820 


77 


Stone, J. 


1714 


30 


Sneyd, E. ... 




37 


Stone, J. 


1800 


48 


Soar, J. 


.. 1746 


35 


Stone, T. 




33 


Solomon, J. 


.. 1810 


60 


Storer, J. 


1801 


49 


Somers, F. ... 


.. 1844 


103 


Storey, E. ... 


1801 


48 


Somers, John 


.. 1840 


93 


Storey, N. ... 


1801 


48 


Somers, Joseph 


.. 1851 


114 


Story, H. V. 


1857 


128 


Somers, K. ... 


.. 1847 


109 


Story, R. L. 


1857 


126 


Somers, R. T. 


.. 1865 


167 


St. puintin, J. E. ... 


1865 


169 


Somers, T. ... 


.. 1855 


119 


Stretton, T. B. 


1863 


158 


Somers, W 


.. 1840 


93 


Strickland, H. J. ... 


1863 


158 


Somers, W 


.. 1856 


125 


Stuart, H. N. 


1862 


152 


Sont, W. ... 


.. 1676 


22 


Stubbing, R. 


1660 


12 


Sore, I 


1. 




9 


Stuffin, J 


1655 


11 



XXX 




INDEX I 








Year 


Page 




Year 


Page 


Stmt, R. R. X. 


. 1866 


169 


Tibbits, F 


. 1850 


113 


Suckling 




43 


Tibbits, J. O. 


. 1843 


102 


Sutton, J 




34 


Ti reman, F. S. 


. 1845 


105 


Swindell, H. 




35 


Tomkinson, S. 


. 1801 


50 


Swinnerton, J. 




40 


Tomlinson, R. W. . 


. 1863 


157 


Swinton, R. H. 






Tompson 


. 1721) 


33 


(Swinton-Hunter) 


1872 


212 


Toob}', A. ... 


. 1675 


18 


Sykes, J. H. 


. 1856 


122 


Tooby, J. ... 


. 1812 


63 


Sykes, J. T. 


. 1866 


175 


Toone, T. 


. 1820 


76 








Topham, R. 


. L810 


61 


Tabberer, B. 


. 1801 


49 


Tottie, G. W. 


. 1822 


78 


Tabberer, G. 


. 1801 


50 


Towle 




44 


Tabberer, J. 


. 1801 


49 


Trigg, M 




14 


Tabbernor, J. 


. 1842 


100 


Troutbeck, G. 


. 184(5 


108 


Tasker, \V. ... 


. 1682 


28 


Troutbeck, J. 


. 1846 


108 


Tatam, H. ... 


. 1714 


32 


Truelove, W. 


. 1675 


lit 


Tate, W. J 


. 1868 


183 


Tunaley, R. 


. 1813 


66 


Tatlow, T. ... 


. 1796 


46 


Tunstill, A. E. 


. 1873 


220 


Tattersall, S. 


. 1851 


115 


Turner, G. ... 


. 1675 


20 


Tatam, T. ... 




33 


Turner, H. ... 


. Hi IS 


•> 


Taylor 




43 


Turner, James 


. 1813 


67 


Taylor, F. S. 


! 1861 


146 


Turner, John 


. 167;") 


20 


Taylor, H. T. 


. 1855 


119 


Turner, P. ... 




13 


Taylor, John 




8 


Turner, T. ... 


. 1867 


177 


Taylor, John 


'. 1816 


71 


Turner, W. ... 


. 1681 


27 


Taylor, Joseph 


. 1832 


83 


Turner, W. ... 




34 


Taylor, J. J. 


. 1845 


107 


Twelves, T. ... 


. 1714 


30 


Taylor, R. ... 


. 1675 


18 


Tyser, H. P. 


. 185 < 


134 


Taylor, S. ... 


. 1653 


10 


Tyser, W. H. 


. 1858 


134 


Taylor, W. ... 


. 1804 


55 








Taylor, W. ... 


. 1855 


119 


Ullock, H 




10 


Tempest, W. 


. 1801 


50 


Ullock, W 


'. 1657 


13 


Thacker, G 


. 1860 


145 


Ullock, W 


. 1632 


7 


Thomas, C. ... 


. 1802 


53 


Underwood, I. 


. 1749 


37 


Thomas, D.... 


. 1802 


53 


Unett, T 




36 


Thomas, I. ... 


. 1592 


1 


Unett, W. W. 


! 1859 


13 5 


Thomas, J. R. 


. 1861 


150 


Uniacke, R. 


. 1846 


10) 


Thompson ... 




42 


Uniacke, W. F. 


. 1846 


101 


Thompson ... 




42 


Utterton, J. L. 


. 1857 


127 


Thompson, A. F. . 


' 1864 


165 








Thompson, Charles 


1860 


145 


Vandeleur, G. O. . 


. 1853 


116 


Thompson, C. H. . 


. 1836 


243 


Vandeleur, O. 


. 1851 


115 


Thompson, F. 


. 1812 


161 


Vanneck 


. 1S32 


85 


Thompson, J. 


. 1802 


56 


Vernon, T. ... 


. 1819 


75 


Thompson, J. 


. 1833 


81 


Vernon, W. ... 




36 


Thompson, J. C. 


. 1866 


79 


Vignoles, H. 


. 1840 


93 


Thompson, W, M. ( 


'. 1859 


113 


Vignoles, O. J. 


. IN40 


93 


Thomson- 






Villers, W 


. 180f) 


56 


Carmichaelj J. 


. 1872 


221 


Villiers, I 




15 


Thornley, R, 


. 1855 


120 








Thornton, C. ( '-. 


. 1856 


131 


Waddington, R. 


. 1843 


102 


Thornton, S. W. . 


. L859 


135 


Waddington, W. . 


. 1835 


89 


Thorold, A. L. P. . 


. 1865 


169 


Waddington, W. E 


. 1841 


97 


Thorp 


. 1835 


89 


Wade, C. F. H. . 


. 1863 


161 


Thorp, A. 


. 1800 


48 


Wade, G 


. 1809 


58 


Thorp, T. 


. 1863 


167 


Wade, H. C. 


. 1871 


203 


Thorpe 


. 1833 


86 


Wade, W 




40 


Thorpe, J. ... 


. 1838 


92 


Wailes, A. G. 


! 1854 


117 


Thorpe, T. L. 


. 1867 


177 


Wain, G 


. 1714 


28 


Tibbits, E. T. 


. 1850 


113 


Waine, E. ... 


. 1675 


lit 









INDEX I 


XXXI 






Year 


Page 




Year 


Page 


Waine 


, T 


1676 


20 


Ward, W 


1676 


22 


Wainwright, C. 




12 


Ward. W 


1800 


48 


Wamwright, C. 


1801 


51 


Ward, W 


1814 


08 


Waite 


G 


1714 


31 


Ware, G. H. Hibbert 


- 1845 


107 


Waite 


, R 


1(570 


22 


Warner, R. ... 


18)1 


50 


Waite 


R 


1080 


26 


Warren, B. ... 


Pi 7 5 


18 


Waite 


W 


1075 


19 


Warren, P. D. 


1822 


78 


Walde 


grave, S. E. .. 


1870 


196 


Watkins, C. 




42 


Waldy; J 


1852 


115 


Watkins, E. M. 


1810 


60 


Walhouse.C.H.deK 


1871 


201 


Watkins, H. C. 


1810 


60 


Walker, C. E. 


1870 


198 


Watkins, J. K. 


1810 


60 


Walker, E 


1803 


101 


Watson, A. ... 


1843 


102 


Walker, Gerard 




34 


Watson, E. G. 


1834 


88 


Walker, Gregory ... 


1079 


25 


Watson, Henry 


1810 


60 


Walker, H. M. 






Watson, John 


1840 


93 


(Marriott) 


1870 


196 


Watson, R 


1811 


62 


Walker, J 


1879 


25 


Watson, R. G. 


1872 


209 


Walker, J.N. 


1803 


53 


Watson, T. ... 


1800 


48 


Walker, M 


1850 


113 


Watts, J 


1075 


10 


Walker, R. 11. 


1840 


109 


Watts, J. J. 


1869 


192 


Walker, S 


1837 


92 


Wattson, H. 




12 


Walker, Thos. 


1079 


25 


Wayte 




42 


Walker, Thos. 


1 803 


54 


Wayte 




44 


Walker, Thos. 


1820 


77 


Wayte 




44 


Walker W 


1820 


77 


Wayte 




44 


Walker, W 


1855 


121 


Wayte 


1806 


50 


Wall, 


3 


1819 


74 


Wayte, G 


1675 


10 


Wallace, W. 


1857 


128 


Wayte, G 


1832 


85 


Wallis 


, G 


1802 


51 


Wayte, H 




34 


Wallis 


, W 




8 


Wayte, H 


1860 


142 


Walmesley, R- J- ... 


1841 


95 


Wayte, J 


1839 


92 


Walters, J. S. 


1817 


72 


Wayte, W 


1848 


112 


Walters, R 


1803 


161 


Wayte, W 


1858 


132 


Waltham, ). 


1825 


81 


W r eatherby, W. If.... 


1840 


93 


Walton, E." 


1075 


19 


W'eaver, C. ... 


1819 


75 


Walton, Thos. 


1811 


62 


Webster 




41 


Ward 






43 


Webster 


1818 


73 


Ward 




1835 


90 


W r ebster, C 


1844 


103 


Ward 




1 839 


92 


Webster, H. 


1714 


32 


Ward, 


B. ... ... 


ISIS 


73 


Webster, J 


1842 


97 


Ward, 


George 


1714 


32 


Webster, R. 


1703 


39 


Ward, 


George 


1841 


95 


Wedgewood, T. 


1812 


04 


W r ard, 


Gilbert 


1021 


3 


Welsby, J. H. 


1809 


192 


Ward, 


Gilbert 




4 


Werge, H. R. 


1 S30 


91 


Ward, 


H 




41 


Werge, W. ... 


1835 


89 


Ward, 


H 


ISIS 


73 


Weywell, P. 


1714 


31 


Ward, 


John 


1 023 


5 


Weywell, R. 


1714 


31 


Ward, 


John 


1675 


20 


Wharton, G. 1 


1S4S 


112 


Ward, 


John 


1070 


21 


Whateley, J. 


1812 


0r> 


Ward, 


John 


1 S34 


88 


Whateley, W. 


1812 


65 


Ward, 


Joseph 


L675 


20 


Whawell 




43 


Ward, 


Nicholas 


lOTf) 


18 


Wheatley, F. H. ... 


1 858 


131 


Ward, 


P 




3 


Whieldon, E. 


1S02 


52 


Ward, 


R 


1714 


29 


Whitldon, J. 


1800 


-IS 


Ward, 


R 


1S41 


95 


Whiston, R. 


1824 


80 


Ward, 


S 


1714 


30 


Whitaker, T. H. ... 


1834 


89 


Ward, 


Theophilus ... 


1854 


118 


White, E. A. 


1 865 


1 (59 


Ward, 


Thomas 




4 


White, P. O. 


1819 


75 


Ward, 


Thomas 


1810 


60 


White, <; W. 


1833 


86 


Ward, 


W 


[67§ 


19 1 


White, f. 11. 


1870 


199 



XXX11 




INDEX I 








Year 


Page 




Year 


Page 


White, J. H. 


. 1874 


222 


Wollatt, T 


. 1815 


69 


Whitehead, T. 




11 


Wood, Charles 


. 1856 


122 


Whitesmith. H. 


. 1812 


62 


Wood, Christopher. 


. 1826 


81 


Whitfield, R. 




4 


Wood, H_ ... 


. 1823 


79 


Whitham, J. 


. 1816 


72 


Wood, J 


. 1845 


107 


Whittell, E. T. C. . 


. 1844 


103 


Wood, N 


. 1845 


107 


Wildbore, C. 


. 1812 


65 


Wood, T 


. 1829 


82 


Wildbore, F. 


. 1830 


82 


Woodcock ... 


. 1835 


90 


Wildbore, J. L. . 


. 1812 


65 


Woodcocke, T. 


. 1639 


7 


Wildbore, R. 


. 1830 


82 


Woodhouse, E. T. . 


. 1839 


92 


Wilders, J. St. S. . 


. 1847 


110 


Woodhouse, J. 


. 1823 


79 


Wildig 




43 


Woods, H 


. 1677 


23 


Wildigg, T 




41 


Woodward, J. 


. 1680 


26 


Wilkenson, J. 


'. 1681 


27 


Woodv, J. F. 


. 1821 


77 


Wilkenson, J. 


. 1681 


27 


Woody, R. I. 


. 1824 


80 


Wilkes, W 


. 1801 


50 


Woolaston, F. 


. 1816 


72 


Wilkinson, G. 


. 1680 


26 


Woolaston, If. J. . 


. 1816 


72 


Wilkinson, John . 


. 1800 


48 


Woollcombe, E. C. . 


. 1832 


85 


Wilkinson, Josiah . 


. 1714 


28 


WooUcombe, J. !>.. 


. 1832 


85 


Wilkinson, R. W. . 


. 1866 


173 


Woolley, J 


. 1676 


22 


Wilkinson, S. 


. 1714 


32 


Woolley, R 




34 


Williams, J. 


. 1815 


69 


Woolly, J 




38 


Williams, R. 


. 1817 


72 


Worsley, J.... 


. 1806 


56 


Williams, W. 


. 1842 


100 


Worsley, W. 


. 1808 


58 


Williams, W. T. . 


. 1814 


67 


Worthington, C. 


. 1843 


101 


Williamson, T. 


. 1807 


56 


Worthington, E. W 


'. 1836 


90 


Williomet, T. 


. 1714 


31 


Worthington, F. 


. 1859 


138 


Willis, R. B. 


. 1816 


72 


Worthington, H. . 


. 1833 


87 


Willis, R. G. 


. 1845 


107 


Worthington, T. 


. 1834 


89 


Wilmot, A. A. 


. 1857* 


126 


Wragg, F. ... 


. 1812 


63 


Wilmot, E. W. 


. 1822 


79 


Wragg, J 


. 1805 


55 


Wilmot, F 




41 


Wragg, T 


. 1807 


56 


Wilmot, F 


! 1818 


74 


Wragge 


. 1833 


87 


Wilmot, F. B. 




35 


Wreay, J. ... 


. 1658 


12 


Wilmot, R 




35 


Wright, C 


. 1629 


6 


Wilmot, R 




44 


Wright, F 


. 1680 


26 


Wilson 




42 


Wright, F 


. 1714 


30 


Wilson, A. L. 


. 1860 


141 


Wright, H. S. 


. 1803 


54 


Wilson, C. C. 


. 1857 


128 


Wright, J 




11 


Wilson, E. ... 


. 1675 


16 


Wright, ) 




34 


Wilson, E. P. 


. 1855 


118 


Wright, J 


'. 1745 


37 


Wilson, F. H. 


. 1845 


107 


Wright, J 


. 1800 


48 


Wilson, G. ... 




34 


Wright, M. G. 


. 1863 


159 


Wilson, G 


. 1867 


181 


Wright, R 


. 1745 


37 


Wilson, H 


. L839 


92 


Wright, R 




31 


Wilson, J 


. 1846 


109 


Wright, T 




76 


Wilson, R 


. 1845 


107 


Wright, W 


! 1675 


6 


Wilson, T. ... 


. 1816 


70 


Wroughton, T. 


. 1853 


114 


Winslow, A. D. 


. 1867 


181 


Wroughton, T. 


. 1853 


119 


Winslow, R. 


. 1870 


1 99 


Wyatt, W 


. 1855 


119 


Wintour, F. 


. IS42 


97 








VVintour, F. T. 


. 1K42 


97 


Yates, P. 


. 1628 


6 


Wit 




43 


Yates, T 


. 1858 


133 


Withnall, M. 


'. 1809 


58 


Yeumans 


. 1807 


56 


Wolferstone, H. 




15 


Young, F. C. 


. 1855 


119 



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Select Pr., Ox. 1892—94. R. of Itchen Abbas 1901. R.D. of 

Alresford 1904 — 14. Itchen Abbas Red., Winchester. 
Draper, John Clarke Aug., 1848 — Apr., 1853 Home B. 

s. of John Draper, Repton Park ; farmer, b. June 11, 1838. 

d. in Canada, Jan., 1905. 
Peile, John Aug., 1848— June, 1854 Hall. 

s. of Williamson Peile, F.G.S., Whitehaven, b. Apr. 24, 1838. 

St. Bees Gram. Sch. 1855—56. Christ's Coll., Camb., Sch. 

Craven Sch. 1859. B.A., Senior Classic and Sen. Opt., 1860. 

Chancellor's Medallist and Fellow 1860. M.A. 1863. Univ. 

Teacher in Sanskrit 1865. Tutor 1870 — 84. Member, Council 

of Senate from 1874. Member, Gov. Body, Repton School 

1874—1905. Reader in Comp. Philology 1884—91. Litt.D. 

1884. Author, " Greek and Latin Etymology," " History of 

Christ's Coll." Master, Christ's Coll. 1887. Vice-Chancellor 

1891—93. Fellow, British Academy, d. Oct. 9, 1910. 
Macaulay, James Campbell Oct., 1848 — June, 1856 Hall. 

s. of T. Macaulay, Leicester ; surgeon, b. Sept. 20, 1838. F.S. 

M.R.C.S. 1865. L.S.A. 1866. Mayor of Honiton six times. 

d. June 23, 1918. 
Somers, Walter Jan., 1849— Dec, 1854 Home B. 

s. of William Somers, Repton. b. Jan. 23, 1839. J. P. and 

C.C., Worcs. Ironmaster, d. Mar. 12, 1917. 



PEILE 1850 



Messlter, Frederick Feb., 1850— June, 1855 Priory. 

s. of George Messiter, Frome ; solicitor, b. Mar. 18, 1839. 
Prizeman, Final Law Exam. 1861. Solicitor, Weclnesbury. 
77, Willow Road, Cannon Hill, Birmingham. 

Gray, Arthur Aug., 1850— June, 1854 Hall, 

s. of W. Gray. b. Nov. 11, D336. Ensign 41st Foot 1859. 
Lt.-Col. 1881. East Bolton, Alnwick. 

Kaye, William Aug., 1850— June, 1854 Hall. 

s of W. Kaye, Ampney Park, Cirencester, b. Feb. 18, 1838. 
Went to Rugby, then to Haileybury Coll. Bengal C.S. 
Upton House, Bxtton, Bristol. 

King, loshua Aug., 1850— June, 1854 Hall. 

s. of J. King, LL.D., Pres., Queen's Coll., Camb. b. July 27, 
1836. Trin. Hall, Camb., Sch. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1859. 
MA. 1864. Bombay C.S. 1859. 7, Royal Crescent, Bath. 

Lorck, Henry Marcellus Aug., 1850 — 1853 Hall. 

s. of Henry L. Lorck, Mexico; merchant, b. Apr. 26, 1839. 
King's Coll., London. Timber merchant, d. Dec. 10, 1910. 

Draper, Thomas Feb., 1851— Dec, 1855 Home B. 

3. of John Draper, Repton Park ; farmer, b. Apr. 5, 1840. 
Went to New Zealand about 1886. 

MugUston, William Lowe Feb., 1851— June, 1858 Home B. 

s. of James Mugliston, Repton. b. Oct. 11, 1840. Capt. of 
Sch. 1856 — 58. Delivered Latin Oration at Celebration of 
Tercentenary 1857. Midland Ry., Gen. Supt., 1890. Chairman, 
Railway Superintendents 1893. 2nd CI. Medjidie, conferred 
by Khedive of Egypt. J. P., Derbys. d. Dec. 3, 1918. 

Nowers, James Edward Lawrence May, 1851 — Dec., 1851. Home B. 
s. of Rev. J. H. Nowers, Dover. b. Oct. 5, 1842. Went to 
Kidderminster School (with Rev. J. G. Sheppard). Queen's 
Coll., Ox., Hastings Exh. 1860. Wadh. Coll., Sch. 1861." Hody 
Exh. and Double 2nd CI. Mods. 1862, 2nd CI. Litt. Hum. 1864. 
B.A. 1865. M.A. 1899. H.O. d. Mar. 28, 1922. 

Hesketh, Robert Walter Aug., 1851— Dec, 1853 Hall, 

s. of Rev. W. Hesketh, St. Michael's, Toxteth Park, Liver- 
pool, b. Sept. 28, 1837. Madras S.C. Colonel, d. Jan. 16, 
1919. 

Heywood, John Magee Aug., 1851— Dec, 1852 Hall. 

s. of R. Heywood, Banner House, Bath. b. July 2, 1837. 
R.E. 1856. Brevet Col. 1885. Superintending engineer, 
Public Works Dept., Bengal, d. Feb. 19, 1917. 

Kitchener, Francis Elliott Aug.. 1851— June, 1854 Hall, 

s. of W. Cripps Kitchener, Newmarket, b. Dec. 30, 1838. 
Went to Rugby. Trin. Coll., Camb. 1857. B.A., 12th 
Wrangler and 2nd CI. Class, 1861. Assist. Master, Wellington 
Coll. 1861, Rugby 1862. Fellow, Trin. Coll. 1863. M.A. 1864. 
LL.M. 1874. Headmaster, Newcastle Sch., Staffs. 1875—91. 
J. P. d. July 6, 1915. 

Cross, Henry Aug., 1852— Dec, 1859 Priory. 

s. of William Cross, Prescot. b. June 3, 1841. F.S. Leaving 
Fxh. St. John's Coll., Camb. Solicitor, d. Dec. 28, 1914. 

Round, Edwin Aug., 1852 — June, 1856 Priory. 

s. of John Round, Daisy Bank, Bilston, Staffs, b. Feb. 15, 
1839. Ironmaster, d. Oct. 13, 1916. 

Hare, Henry Feb., 1853 -Apr., 1853 Home B. 

s of Rev. John Hare, OR., Newton Solney Rectory. Business, 
London. 

Morris, Theodore Joseph Feb., 1853 — Mar., 1856 Priory, 

s. of Rev. |. A Morris, OR., Hampton-in-Arden Vic b. 
Nov. fi, 1838. Line. Coll., Ox. B A. 1859. M.A 1863. C. «f 



1853 PEILE 



Hampton-in-Arden 1861—66, Vicar 1866—1907. d. Oct. 19, 

1915. 
Davis, Thomas Aug., 1853— Dec, 1854 Hall. 

s. of J. Davis, Belfast ; solicitor. 
Peile, Walter Octavius Oct., 1853 — June. 1854 Hall. 

s. of Rev. T. W. Peile, Headmaster, b. Oct. 23, 1844. Went 

to Rugby. Magd. Coll., Ox. Demy 1863. V. of Selborne, 

Hants. R. of Candlesby, Lines. Univ. Prizeman for Sacred 

Poem 1872 and 1899. d. Sept. 23, 1918. 
Allen, Clement Francis Romilly Apr., 1854 — June, 1862 Priory. 

8. of Lancelot Allen, Cilrhew, Pembs. b. Jan. 29, 1844 

F.S. Trin. Coll., Camb. Consular Service 1863 — 98. British 

Consul, Foochow. Member, Royal Asiatic Soc. F.R.G.S. 

J. P., Derbys. d. Feb. 22, 1920. 
Cave, Frank Wvamarus Cave- Browne 

Apr., 1854— June, 1858 Home B. 

s. of T. Cave-Browne-Cave, The Lodge, Repton. b. Oct. 1, 

1844. Member, R. Coll. Dent. Surg. Clowddbras, Towyn-on- 

Sea, Merioneth. 
Clifton, John Apr., 1854— June, 1857 Home B. 

s. of Henry Clifton, Repton. b. Dec. 12, 1844. Sugar planter 

in Jamaica, d. Feb. 15, 1865. 

PEARS, Headmaster, 1854—1874 

Woodrooffe, Edmund Auriol Aug., 1854 — Dec, 1857 Hall. 

s. of Rev. Canon T. Woodrooffe, Winchester, b. Apr. 12, 1842. 

Farming. Wansbeck, Salter's Post, Griqualand East, Cape Colony. 
Marshall, Arthur Edward Aug., 1854— Apr., 1857 Hall. 

s. of J. E. Marshall, Cambridge, b. Nov. 25, 1840. Solicitor. 

d. Oct. 21, 1915. 
Pears, James Moyle Sept., 1854 — Apr., 1856 Hall. 

s. of Major A". C. Pears, Madras Artillery, b. Jan. 26, 1840. 

33, Rue Greitze, Paris XVI. 
George, John Jan., 1855— July, 1862 Hall. 

s. of John George, Derby, b. Sept. 26, 1843. St. John's 

Coll., Camb. B.A., Sen. Opt. and 3rd CI. Theol., 1866. M.A. 

1869. V. of St. John's, Camb. 1897—1903. V. of Bathampton 

1908—12 V. of Wendy. Herts. 1913—16. 22, St Barnabas 

Road, Cambridge. 
Every, John Henry Apr., 1855 — Oct., 1856 Home B. 

s. of Simon F. Every, Willington. b. July 8, 1843. d. in New- 
Zealand, Feb. 13, 1911. 
Mugliston, James Edward Apr., 1855— Dec, 1860 Home B. 

s. oi James Mugliston, Repton. b. Nov. 12, 1844. Formerly 

clerk, Midland Ky. d. Mar. 1, 1919. 
Melville, Arthur Henry Leslie- Apr., 1855— J une, 1857 Hall. 

s. of Hon. Alexander Leslie-Melville, Branston Hall, Lincoln. 

1). Mar. 12, 1842. Banker, Lincoln. O.B.E. 1918. Kt. of 

Grace, St. John of Jerusalem, d. Apr. 21, 1922. 
Warner, John Gray May, 1855— Feb., 1856 Hall. 

s. of John Warner, Inner Temple, b. Jan. 3, 1841. Trin. Hall, 

Camb. LL.B. 1863. Bar, Line Inn, 1864. 
Abbotts, Guy Aug., 1855— June, 1857 Home B. 

s. of R. Abbotts, Bretby. b. Mar. 15, 1843. Formerly brewer, 

Burton. 
Bell, Charles Langley Aug., 1855 — Apr., 1861 Hall. 

s. of J. Fox Bell, Rocester. b. Mar. 7, 1845. Merchant. 
Bloxham, Matthew Lawrence Aug., 1855 — Dec, 1859 Priory. 

s. of Rev. A. Bloxam, Twycross Parsonage, Atherstone. b. 

Aug. 6, 1843. F.S. Solicitor. 2, York Road, Leamington Spa. 



PEARS 1855 



Draper, George Ward Aug., 1855 — May, 1856 Home B. 

s. of John Draper, Repton Park. b. Jan. 9, 1844. Went to 

New Zealand in 1864, and died there Aug. 7, 1917. 
Fanshawe, Henry Ernest Aug., 1855 — July, 1862 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Faithfull Fanshawe. b. Apr. 12, 1844. Sch. 1858. 

Leaving Exh. C.C.C., Camb., Sch. 1863. B.A., 4th Classic, 

1866. Fellow 1866. M.A. 1869. Members' Prize 1865, 66, 
68, 69. Tutor, C.C.C. d. Julv 16, 1913. 

Granville, Gray Aug., 1855— July, 1862 Hall. 

s. of Rev. G. J. Granville, Stratford-on-Avon Vic. b. Aug. 12, 
1843. F.S. Ch. Ch., Ox. 4th CI. Law and Hist. 1866. B.A. 

1867. M.A. 1876. R. oi Blore Ray, Staffs. 1873. V. of Ham, 
Ashbourne 1875. V. of Wasperton, 1900. d. Dec. 11, 1913. 

Marshall, Charles James Aug., 1855 — Dec, 1857 Hall. 

s. of J. E. Marshall, Cambridge, b. Oct. 17, 1842. Assist. 
Master, Haileybury Coll. 1862. Headmaster, Prep. Sch., 
Bengeo, Herts. 1869—90. R, of Shillingstone, Blandlord 
1891—99. H.O. 417, Humboldt Bank Building, San Francisco, 
California, U.S.A. 

Smith, Morris Charles Aug., 1855— Dec, 1858 Hall. 

s. of Ayscough Smith, Leesthorpe Hall, Melton Mowbray, 
b. Mar. 10, 1842. 

Smith, John Henry Etherington Aug., 1855 -July, 1859 Hall. 
afterwards Etherington Smith, s. of H. Etherington Smith, 
Norris Hill, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. b. Jan. 3, 1841." XL 1858, 
Capt. 1869. Univ. Coll., Ox., Exh. 1st CI. Mods. 1861. 2nd 
CI. Litt. Hum. and 4th CI. Math., 1863. B.A. 1863. Henley, 
Grand Challenge and Ladies' 1863, Visitors' 1864. Bar, Inner 
Temple 1866. M.A. 1867. Midland Circuit 1867. Revising 
Barrister 1877. Recorder, Newark 1884. Leics. Yeo. 1863 — 
88, retired with rank ol Major. Member, Gov. Body, Repton 
School 1884—1918. Recorder, Derby 1899—1918. Bencher, 
Inner Temple 1900. F.S. A. 1907. 67, Temple, E.C. ; East 
Ella, Putney, SAW ; and Butharlyp How, Grasmere. 

Vaughan, Cedric Aug., 1855— Dec, 1857 Hall. 

s. of George Vaughan, Snibstone Grange, Leicester, b. Mar. 6, 

1841. Edin. Univ. M.Inst.C.E. Chairman and Managing 
Director, Hodbarrow Mining Co. J. P., Cumb. d. Feb. 18, 1911. 

Williams, Edward Aug., 1855— May, 1858 Hall. 

afterwards Eyre -Williams, s. of Sir Edward Eyre-Williams, 

Puisne Judge, Melbourne, Australia, b. July 31, 1842. 8th 

E'pool Regt. Col. Retired. Accidentally killed Sept. 26, 1916. 
Williams, Hartley Aug., 1855— July, 1862 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Oct. 15, 1844. XL 1860, 61, 62. Trin. 

Coll., Ox. B.A. 1866. Bar, Inner Temple 1867. Senior 

Puisne Judge, Melbourne 1886 — 1903. Retired. Knighted 

1894. 4, Sloane Terrace Mansions, S.W.I. 
Worthington, Albert Octavius Aug., 1855— July, 1862 Hall. 

s. of William Worthington, Newton Park, Burton-on-Trent. 

b. Nov. 20, 1844. XL 1861, 62. J. P., D.L., C.C., Staffs. 

High Sheriff 1883 — 90. Formerly Chairman, Worthington and 

Co., Burton. Major, Queen's Own Staffs. Yeo. 1879 — 94. 

Director, North Staffs. Ry. Member, Gov. Body, Repton 

School, 1909. d. May 9, 1918. 
Clifton, Charles Feb., 1856— Dec, 1859 Home B. 

s. of H. Clifton, Repton. b. Jan. 10, 1846. Clerk, d. Nov. 

21, 1912. 
„ Jeffrey, Frederick John Feb., 1856— Dec, 1858 Hall. 

8. of Rev. F. Jeffrey, Sway Parsonage, Lymington. b. Oct. 8, 

1842. King's Coll., Lond. Mining engineer, d. Mar. 31, 1919. 



1856 PEARS 



Pratt, Joseph Stephen Feb., 1856— June, 1858 Priory. 

s. of Rev. C. Pratt, Packington Vic, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 

b. Apr. 27, 1844. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1868. V. of 

Chesham, Bucks. 1870. V. of St. Stephen's, Albert Sq. 1883 — 

93. R. of Fornham St. Martin 1894—1913. 116, Northgate, 

Bury St. Edmunds. 
Loseby, Arthur John Feb., 1856— Apr., 1857 Hall. 

s. of John Loseby, Knighton Hall. b. Jan. 2, 1841. Solicitor. 

County Court Registrar. Author, " Recollections of a Pebble," 

" Ihe Overdales of Market Digby," " Jehovah," " The Great 

Hereafter." Market Bosworth, Nuneaton. 
Hubbersty, Albert Cantrell Aug., 1856 — July, 1860 Hall. 

afterwards Cantrell- Hubbersty. s. of P. Hubbersty, Wirks- 

worth. b. June 6, 1843. Late Major and Hon. Lt.-Col. Notts. 

and Derbys. Mil. Since 1892 Lt.-Col. Commandant and Hon. 

Col. Robin Hood Rifles, 1st Notts. Vol. J.P., Derbys. and 

Notts. High Sheriff, Notts. 1903. V.D. 1904. Of Ragdale 

Hall, Leicester, d. Sept. 4, 1915. 
James, John Charles Aug., 1856— July, 1859 Hall. 

s. of J. F. James, Collingham, Newark, b. Dec. 12, 1841. 

Harlyn, Waldron, Sussex. 
Salt, Thomas Fosbrooke Aug., 1856 — July, 1860 Hall. 

s. of T. F. Salt, Stapenhill, Burton-on-Trent. b. Mar. 12, 1842. 

Oriel Coll., Ox., Sch. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1862. 2nd CI. Litt. 

Hum. 1864. B.A. 1865. V. of Curbar, Sheffield 1870—1919. 

Christ-Church Vic, Sidcup, Kent. 
Thornewill, Charles Francis Aug., 1856— July, 1859 Hall. 

s. of Robert Thornewill, Burton-on-Trent. b. Jan. 25, 1841. 

C.C.C., Ox. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1861. B.A., 2nd CI. Nat. 

Sci., 1863. M.A. 1866. V. of Burton-on-Trent 1870. V. of 

Bakewell 1892. V. of Calverhall 1894—1910. 2, Tackley 

Place, Oxford. 
Tomlinson, Henry George Aug., 1856 — July, 1859 Hall. 

s. of R. S. Tomlinson, Burton-on-Trent. b. Nov. 13, 1842. 

Brewer. J. P., Derbys. d. Jan. 18, 1918. 
Wodehouse, Frederick Armine Aug., 1856 — July, 1861 Hall. 

s. of Col. P. Wodehouse, Wribbenhall, Bewdley. b. July 1, 

1842. XL Gonv. and Caius Coll, and Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1865. V. of St. Matthias, Sneinton, Notts. 1868. R. of 

Gotham 1882—1915. d. June 12, 1921. 
Cassels, James Oct., 1856— July, 1859 G.P.C. and Hall. 

s. of John Cassels, Oporto, b. Nov. 3, 1844. Merchant, 

Oporto, till 1884. H.O. 1885. Math. Preceptor, Central 

Lyceum, Oporto. Presbyter of Old Catholic Ch., St. John the 

Evang., Gaya. Chdlet Bella Vista, Villa Nova de Gaya, Portugal. 
Cassels, John Wilberlorce Oct., 1856— July, 1860 G.P.C. & Hall. 

br. of the above, b. May 9, 1846. St. John's Coll., Camb., 

Sch. B.A., 32nd Wrangler, 1869. M.A. 1873. Chap., Ind. 

Gov. 1897. V. of Hayton 1899. V. of Eastwood 1904. R. 

of Millbrook 1910—12. 96, Talbot Rd., Highgale, N.6. 
Anderson, David Feb., 1857— July, 1862 Hall. 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Rupert's Land. b. Dec. 20, 1843. 

1st Agg. P. 1861, 62. XL Capt. 1862. Leaving Exh. Trin, 

Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1866. M.A. 1869. V. of 

H. Trin., Twickenham, 1875. R. of St. George's, Hanover 

Sq. 1891—1911. Preb., St. Paul's Cath. 1909. d. Nov. 

23, 1916. 
Anderson, William Herbert Feb., 1857— July, 1864 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. May 20, 1846. XL 1862, 63, 64. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. Camb. Boat 1867, 68, Capt. 1869. Sec, C.U.B.C. 



8 pears 1 857 

1868. B.A., 2nd. CI. Class 1869. M.A. 1879. Late planter 

in Ceylon, d. July 1, 1920. 
Clarke, Thomas Feb., 1857— Apr., 1864 G.P.C. and Hall. 

s. of T. Clarke, Madras C.S. b. Nov. 29, 1844. Coffee planter. 

For 20 years Lay Trustee of Ch. Ch., Kotagiri. d. Aug. 25, 

1921. 
Harris, Hainlyn Francis Feb., 1857 — Apr., 1860 Priory. 

s. of John Harris, Bramcote. b. Feb. 21, 1844. 
Marshall, Edward Thory Feb., 1857— July, 1861 Hall. 

s. of J. Marshall, Riseholme, Lincoln, b. July 26, 1842. Trin. 

Coll., Camb., Sch. 1864. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1865. Assist. 

Master, Repton 1865—68. M.A. 1868. R. of Coveney-cum 

Manea 1869. V. of Manea 1883. V. of Sutton, Ely 1894 - 

1919. R.D. 1902—14. Hon. Canon of lily 1907. Old I 

Stratford-on-A von 
Ram, Abel John Feb., 1857— July, 1861 Hall. 

s. of Rev. Canon A. J. Ram, West Ham Vic, Essex (Founder's 

kin), b. Sept. 21, 1842. C.C.C., Ox. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 

1864. B.A., 3rd CI. Nat. Sci., 1865. M.A. 1869. Bar, Inner 

Temple 1872. Recorder, Hanley 1891. Bencher 1897. Q.C. 

1899. Recorder, Wolverhampton 1900. Member, Bar Council. 

Member, R. Commission on Vivisection 1906, Chairman 1909. 

K.C. d. Aug. 8, 1920, 
Ram, Robert Digby Feb., 1857— July, 1861 Hall. 

br. of the above. 1:. Jan. 24, 1844. C.C.C., Camb. B. A. 1867 

M.A. 1870. V. of Teddington 1878. V. of Hampton 1882— 

1911. R.D. 1893—1909. Preb., St. Paul's Cath. 1896 1919. 

.9.3 Eaton Terrace, S.W.I. 
Tawney, James Walter Feb., 1657 -Apr., I860 Hall. 

s. of Rev. R. Tawney, Willoughby. b. Dec. 7, 1842. [.C.S. 

1862. Retired, d. May 17, 1922 
Wace, Richard Feb., 1857— June. 1857 Hall. 

s. of Rev. R. H. Wace. b. July 16, 1842. R.A. 1864. Afghan 

War, 1878 —80, Despatches twice and Medal. Director-Gen. 

of Ordnance m India 1897—1902. C.B. 1S97. Maj.-Gen. 

1902. Retired 1904. d. May 25, 1921). 
Gradock, John Davys Apr., 1857— July, 1861 Hall. 

s. of Thomas Cradock. b. Apr. 6, 1845. Solicitor. For 30 

years Sec. of the Quorn Hunt. d. Sept. 5, 1921. 
Phillips, George Frederick Apr., 1857 — Dec, 1860 Hall. 

s. of John Phillips, Royston, Herts. b. July 19, 1843. XL 

1859, 60. North Hall, Royston, Herts. 
Storr, Charles Apr., 1857— Dec, 1857 G.P.C. 

s. of Rev. F. Storr. b. July 16, 1842. New Coll., Ox. 1859. 

B. A. 1864. M.A. 1868. V. of Matfield 1876 — 1906. d. Apr. 

5, 1922. 
Bladon, Thomas Aug., 1857— Dec, 1859 Priory. 

9. of T. Bladon, Uttoxeter. b. July 7, 1842. 
Bladon, Charles Dashwood Aug., 1857 — Julv, 1861 Priory. 

br. of the above, b. fuly 19, 1844. Wore Coll., Ox. 1864. 
Bland, Francis Maltby Aug., 1857 Apr., 1859 Hall. 

s. of F. L. Bland, Snaresbrook, Essex, b. June 15, 1845. 

Midshipman, R.N. 1859 -64. Financial Dept., Gov. India 

1864 — 72. Banker. Inglethorpe Manor, Emneth, Norfolk. 
Edwardes, Wilmot Llewellin Aug., 1857 — June, 1858 Orchard. 

s. of G. Edwardes, Wolverhampton, b. Nov. 25, 1845. Mer- 
chant Service. 
Fisher, Charles Timbrell Aug., 1857— Apr., 1863 Hall. 

s. of S. Fisher, b. July 20, 1845. Sch. 1859. B.N.C, Ox. 

1st CI. Mods. 1865. B.A., 2nd CI. Litt. Hum., 1867. R. oi 



1857 pears 9 

Yarmouth, I. of Wight 1874. V. of Over Kellet 1888—1906. 
d. Jan. 4, 1913. 

Friar, John Edmund Aug., 1857— Dec, 1858 Priory, 

s. of T. Friar, Grindon Ridge, Norham, Berwick, b. May 1, 
1843. 

Pratt, Charles Cooper Aug., 1857— Apr., 1861 Priory. 

s. of Rev. C. Pratt, Packington Vic, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. b. 
Apr. 8, 1845. County accountant, d. Apr. 12, 1911. 

Rhodes, Edward John Aug., 1857— Mar., 1862 Hall. 

s. of J. Rhodes, b. July 26, 1845. Univ. Coll., Ox. 1864. 
Somerset House, Exchequer and Audit Dept. Retired. 
Browfield, Exmouth. 

Wainwright, John Stanfell Aug., 1857 -Apr, 1859 Priory. 

s. of H. M. Wainwright, Dudley, b. June 13, 1844. 

Wright, George Howard Aug., 1857— Apr., 1860 Hall, 

afterwards Howard-Wright, s. of Ichabod C. Wright, Map- 
psrley Hall, Notts, b. June 1, 1845. Went to Brighton Coll. 
Colquhoun Sculls 1867. Manager, Babbington Collieries, 1868, 
Butterley Co.'s Collieries 1872. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 
1882. MA. 1885. Supt., C.E.T.S. 1883— 91. R. of Edburton 
1891. V. of Chilham 1893—1900. Eng. Chap., Rome, San 
Remo, Naples 1902—04. R. of Offord D'Arcy 1909—12. 
7, Abbey Crescent, Torquay. 

POST TERCENTENARY. 

Bateman, Alfred Edmund Oct., 1857— Dec, 1858 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Bateman, O.R., b. Aug. 31, 1844. Went to 
Brighton Coll. Board of Trade 1865—1903. Bar Inner 
Temple 1872. C.M.G. 1892. Pres., R. Statistical Soc. 1897. 
Jubilee Medal 1897. K.C.M.G. 1900. Chn., Advisory 
Committee on Commercial Intelligence 1901. Member, 
R. Commn. on Shipping Rings 1906 — 09. Chn., Labour 
Arbitration Board 1908. 25, Bramham Gardens, S.W.6. 

Bates, John Sidney Oct., 1857— June, 1858 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. J. E. Bates, Dover, b. Aug. 7. 1844. 4th Dragoon 
Guards. Cornet 1863. Capt. 1870. Major 1881, retired same 
year. Denton Cottage, Ash Vale, Alder shot. 

Lindoe, Frederick Ekins Oct., 1857— May, 1860 G.P.C. 

s. of R. F. Lindoe, Stratford-sub-Castle, Wilts, b. Mar. 9, 
1842. Ex. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1864. North Lanes. Regt. Afghan 
War, Medal with Clasp, 1878 — 79. Lt.-Col. 1884. Retired, 
d. Apr. 25, 1919. 

Colvill, John Chaigneau Feb., 1858 — July, 1864 Latham, 

s. of J. Chaigneau Colvill, Coolock House, Co. Dublin, b. Jan. 
9, 1846. Sch. 1860 Leaving Exh. Trin. Coll., Camb., Sch. 
1867. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1868. Rowed Head of River 1868 
— 69. M.A. and Bar, Line Inn 1871. H.M. Inspector of 
Schools 1875 — 1906. Co-opted Member, Surrey Education 
Committee, 1906. Surrey County Alderman till 1918. Chn. 
Elementary Educ. Committee. 17, Palmeira Court, Hove, Sussex. 
Davies, John Augustus Seymour Morse 

Feb., 1858— Apr., 1860 Priory. 

s. of J. Davies, Reading, b. Mar. 12, 1843. R.A. Lt. 1864. 
Capt. Retired, 1881. 
Flood, James Philip Feb., 1858 — July, 1865 Hall, 

s. of Rev. S. Flood, St. Matthew's Vic, Leeds, b. May 13, 
1847. Queen's Coll., Camb., Sch. B.A. 1871. V. of Laxton, 
Stamford 1889 — 93. Warmington Vic, Oundle. 
Sanday, William Feb., 1858 — Dec, 1861 Priory. 

s. of W. Sanday, Holme Pierrepont, Notts, b. Aug. 1, 1843. 
Ball. Coll., Ox. ; C.C.C. Sch., 1863 ; 1st CI. Mods. 1863 ; 1st 



10 PEARS 1858 



CI. Litt. Hum. 1865; B.A. 1800; M.A. 1808; Fellow, Trin. 
Coll. 1866—74. V. of Great Waltham 1872. R. of Barton- 
on-Heath 1873. Examiner, Theol. 1876—77 ; Principal, Hat- 
field Hall, Durham 1876 ; Hon. D.D. Edin. 1877 ; Ireland 
Prof, of Exegesis, Ox. 1882—95 ; Tutorial Fellow, Ex. Coll. 
1883—95 ; Hon. Fellow, Ex. Coll. 1898 ; Hon. LL.D. Dublin 
1887 ; Hon. Litt. D. Camb. 1902 ; Hon. D.D. Goettingen 
1909 ; Bampton Lect. 1893 ; Lady Margaret Prof, of Div., 
and Canon of Ch. Ch., Ox. 1895 — 1919 ; Chap, to H.M. the 
King 1903 ; Fellow, British Academy 1903 ; Morse Lect. at 
Union Seminary, New York 1904 ; Dyke-Acland Medal, 
Biblical Research 1911. d. Sept. 16, 1920. 

Stephen, James Young Feb., 1858 — July, 1861 Hall, 

s. of O. L. Stephen, 84, Cadogan Sq., S.W. b. Feb. 10, 1843. 
XL 1861. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1865. Major Leics. Mil. 
J. P., Leics. and Beds. Dir. N. London Ry. d. Aug. 15, 1909. 

Strickland, Owen Feb., 1858— Dec, 1860 Priory, 

s. of Rev. John Strickland, Clifton, b. Sept, 4, 1846. Training 
Ship " Conway." Merchant Service. Cape M. Police. 
Farming at Dumbarton, Canada till 1911. 166, Willow Avenue, 
Toronto E., Canada. 

Tanner, Charles William Feb., 1858— July, 1859 Priory. 

s. of C. W. Tanner, West Ham Hall, Stratford, Essex, b. Feb. 
14, 1843. 

Willder, James Feb., 1858— June, 1863 Home B. 

s. of James Willder, Burnaston. b. Nov. 21, 1847. Farm 
bailiff. Calke Abbey, Derby. 

Wilson, Benjamin Feb., 1858— July, 1862 Priory, 

s. of B. Wilson, Mirfield. b. Apr. 24, 1843. Ex. Coll., Ox. 
2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1864. B.A., 2nd CI. Litt. Hum., 1866. 
M.A. 1869. P.C. of Battyeford, 1870—1916. H.O. Battye- 
ford, Mirfield, Yorks. 

Archibald, William Frederick Alphonse 

Apr., 1858— July, 1864 Hall, 

s. of Sir T. D. Archibald, Judge, Court of Queen's Bench, 
b. May 17, 1846. St. John's Coll., Ox. B.A., 2nd CI. Math., 
1868. Fereday Fellow 1869. Bar, Inner Temple 1874. 
Master, Supreme Court of Judicature 1890 — 1916. Author, 
" The Country Solicitor's Practice." Knighted 1917. d. Mar. 
31, 1922. 

Cox, John Charles Apr., 1858— Sept., 1858 Latham. 

s. of Rev. E. Cox, Luccombe Rect., Minehead. b. Mar. 29, 
1843. Queen's Coll., Ox. 1862. Lich. Theol. Coll. 1879. 
LL.D. Lambeth 1885. R. of Barton-le-Street, Yorks. 1886. 
F.S.A. 1887. R. of Holdenby, Northants. 1893—1902. Author, 
" Churches of Derbyshire," " How to write the History of 
a Parish," etc. d. Feb. 23, 1919. 

Craddock, Ernest Arthur Apr., 1858— July, 1861 Priory. 

s. of J. Craddock, Camp Hill, Nuneaton, b. Mar. 19, 1845. 

Pitman, William Daniel Apr., 1858— Dec, 1862 Hall. 

s. of Rev. W. P. Pitman, Aveton Gilford, Kingsbridge. b. 
Apr. 1, 1844. Ex. Coll., Ox., Sch. 3rd CI. Class. Mods. 1865. 
B.A. 1866. M.A. 1869. J. P. Djvon 1879. R. of Aveton 
Gifford 1874. d. Feb. 16, 1916, 

Birtwhistle, Alfred Aug., 1858— Dec, 1858 Latham. 

s. of Rev. J. B. Birtwhistle, Minster Vic, Beverley, b. Dec 6, 
1845. Went to Charterhouse. Pemb. Coll., Ox. 1865. B.A. 
1SHS. M.A. 1872. 29. Otley Street, Skipton, Yorks. 

Brandreth, William Aug., 1858 — July, 1861 Latham, 

s. of Lt.-Col. H. R. Brandreth, RE. b. Apr. 12, 1846. King's 



1858 PEARS 11 



Coll., Lond. Th. A. 1869. V. of St. Gregory Gt., Canterbury 
1880. R. of Eythorne, Kent 1888—90. d. at Southsea, 
Sept. 20, 1922. 

Cunlifte, Brooke Stewart Aug., 1858 — Dec, 1862 Latham, 

s. of B. Cunliffe, Madras C.S. b. June 12, 1848. 93rd Suther- 
land Highlanders 1868. Formerly Chief Constable, Wigtown- 
shire. Walnut House, Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire. 

Durand, Edward Law Aug., 1858 — Dec, 1858 Latham, 

s. of Sir H. Durand, C.B., R.E. b. June 6, 1846. 96th Foot, 
1865. Bengal Staff Corps, 1867. Assist. Commr. Afghan 
Boundary, 1884 — 86. Resident, Nepaul, 1888. Lt.-Col. 1891, 
retired. Created 1st Bart., C.B. 1892. d. July 1, 1920. 

Fellows, George Aug., 1858 — Dec, 1862 Orchard, 

s. of A. T. Fellows, b. Mar. 29, 1845. Capt. and Hon. Maj. 
S. Notts. Yeo. Cav. 1876. Assist, Brig. Adj. 1893. J. P., Notts. 
Banker. 15, Eaton Gardens, Hove, Sussex. 

Lethbridge, John King Aug., 1858 — July, 1860 Latham. 

s. of J. K. Lethbridge, Tregeare, Launceston. b. Sept. 1, 1843. 
Wadh. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1867. M.A. 1869. V. of Laneast, 
Cornwall 1870. Chaplain to Forces 1875—1903. Retired. 
H.O. at Gleneagle Villas, Compton, Plymouth. 

Paget, Herbert Byng Aug., 1858 — Apr., 1860 Latham. 

s. of W. Paget, Sutton Bonington. b. Nov. 27, 1845. Went 
to Brighton Coll. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1867. Coalowner. 
d. Dec 16, 1914. 

Pearce, Alexander Aug., 1858 — July, 1865 Latham, 

s. of M. Pearce, Pendleton, Manchester, b. May 3, 1846. Trin. 
Coll., Ox. 3rd CI. Class. Mods. 1867. B.A., 1st CI. Nat. Sci., 
1869. Formerly Registrar, Court of Chancery, Lancaster, 
Preston District. Oakleigh, Lansdown Rd., Cheltenham. 

Pitman, Augustus James Aug., 1858— June, 1863 Hall, 

s. of Rev. W. P. Pitman, Aveton Gifford, Kingsbridge. b. Oct. 
11, 1845. Planter, Demerara ; retired 1891. Woodbury 
Lodge, Exton, Exeter. 

Pratt, Philip Henry Aug., 1858 — Dec, 1861 Priory, 

s. of Rev. C. Pratt, Packington Vic, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. b. 
Feb. 18, 1846. Ferro Carril Central del Uruguay, administra- 
cion Monte Video. 

Small, Henry Aug., 1858 — July, 1865 Orchard. 

s. of J. Small, Petersfield, Hants, b. Jan. 28, 1846. C.C.C., 
Camb., Sch. 1866. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1869. V. of St. 
Thomas, Shepherd's Bush 1883—1919. H.O. 13, Rylett Rd., 
Shepherd's Bush, W .12. 

Smith, Ernest Albin Aug. 1858— Dec, 1859 Hall, 

s. of Rev. T. G. Smith, Brighton, b. Feb. 2, 1844. Formerly 
Stock Inspr. for Queensland Govt. Commercial Travellers' 
Association Club, Elizabeth St., Brisbane. 

Thornewill, Robert Aug., 1858— July, 1860 Latham and Hall. 
s. of Robert Thornewill, The Abbey, Burton, b. Oct. 30, 1843. 
M.I.M.E., M.I.Mech.E. J. P. Staffs. 1887. d. Nov. 22, 1914. 

Fitzherbert, Samuel Thomas Oct., 1858— July, 1865 Orchard, 
s. of E. H. Fitzherbert, Torrington Sq., London, b. Feb. 11, 
1847. Sch. 1861. XL 1862, 63, 64, Capt. 65. Leaving Exh. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1869. M.A. 1890. 
Bar, Inner Temple, 1871. Bar, B. Guiana, 1872—73. Bar, 
N. Zealand, 1874—1906. Crown Prosecutor, Wanganui 1877— 
1906. 17, Chepstow Villas, Bayswater, W.ll. 

Higgins, Edward Oct., 1858— Dec, 1862 Latham, 

afterwards Piatt- Higgins s. of J. Higgins, Mount House, 
Cheetham Hill, Manchester, b. July 9, 1844. XL 1862. 



12 pears 1858 



Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1867. Mountjield, Gloucester Rd., 

Kingston Hill, Surrey. 
Salt, Edward Dawson Oct., 1858— Dec, 1860 Latham and Hall. 

s. of T. F. Salt, Stapenhill, Burton, b. Jan. 2, 1844. Brewer. 

d. Feb. 3, 1915. 
Streatfelld, William Henry Oct., 1858— July, 1860 Hall. 

s. of Rev. W. Streatfeild, East Ham. b. May 18, 1843. Chief 

clerk, Bank of England, Burlington Gardens ; retired 1906. 

d. Feb. 3, 1919. 
Bagshawe, William Augustus Edward Vale 

Jan., 1859— July, 1865 Latham 

s. of Rev. A. A. Bagshawe, Wormhill Vic, Buxton, b. Mar. 12, 

1846. XI. 1865. Trin. Coll. Camb. B.A. 1869. M.A. 1872. 
Assist. Master, Repton 1868. Assist. Master, Uppingham 1873. 
Master Lower Sch. 1880—1904. V. oi Isel, Cockermouth 190-1 
—10. R. of Pitchford 1913—14. d. Sept. 27, 1921. 

Brooke, John Arthur Jan., 1859 — July, 1861 Latham. 

s. of T. Brooke, Northgate House, Huddersfield. b. Mar. 22, 

1844. Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. 1865. M.A. 1869. J. P., W. Riding. 

Dir. of John Brooke & Sons 1897. Freedom of Borough of 

Huddersfield 1918. Chn. of the York House of Laymen 1918 

—19. Created 1st Bart. 1919. d. July 12, 1920. 
Clifton, Arthur Jan., 1859— July, 1859 Home li. 

s. of H. Clifton, Repton. b. June 3, 1848. Clerk. Radcliffe- 

on-Trent, Nottingham. 
Cotton, Frederick Henry Jan., 1859 — Mar., 1862 Priory. 

s. of Rev. J. H. Cotton, Dalbury. b. Mar. 1, 1848. 100th 

Foot 1867. Retired 1872. Chesh. Yeo. 1872—75. Capt. 

d. at Ilfracombe, June 1, 1921. 
Mugliston, George Jan., 1859— July, 1865 Home B. 

s. of James Mugliston, Repton, b. Dec. 15, 1848. Clerk, 

Midland Ry. Co. Retired. The Firs, Chellaston, Derby. 
Smith, William Herbert Broadley Jan., 1859 — Oct., 1863 Hall. 

s. of H. Etherington Smith, Norris Hill, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 

b. Oct. 17, 1846. Business, d. Dec. 20, 1912. 
Sturt, William Neville Jan., 1859— July, 1861 Orchard. 

s. of Col. W. M. N. Sturt, H.E.I.C.S., Bengal, b. Apr. 13, 1844. 

India Office 1862—1904. d. in Florence, Dec. 23, 1917. 
Alexander, James William Apr., 1859 — July, 1860 Hall. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. Alexander, Blackheath. b. Mar. 11, 1844. 
Brett, Reginald Apr., 1859 — June, 1863 Priory. 

s. of H. A. Brett, I.C.S. Madras, b. Nov. 1, 1847. Went to 

N. Zealand. 
Cunningham, Edward John Apr., 1859— July, 1865 Hall. 

s. of Rev. F. M. Cunningham, East Tisted. b. Nov. 6, 1846. 

C.C.C., Ox. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1867. Inner Temple 1874. 

B.A. 1875. M.A. 1878. Headmaster, King's Sch., Peter- 
borough 1882—97. V. of St. Paul's, Worthing 1902. d. June 

IS, 1921. 
Digby, Charles Tilton Apr., 1859— July, 1864 Hall. 

s. of Hon. and Rev. K. H. Digby, Tittleshall Rect., Litcham. 

b. Nov. 24, 1845. XI. 1862, 63, 64. Leaving Exh. C.C.C., 

Ox. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1866. B.A. 1867. M.A. 1871. 

H.O. Warham Red., Wells, Norfolk. 
Hawkins, John Apr., 1859 — June, 1863 Priory. 

s. of J. Hawkins, Edgbaston. b. June 9, 1847. 
Lomax, Henry Joshua Apr., 1859 — July, 1860 Orchard. 

s. of Robert Lomax, Harwood, Bolton, Lanes, b. Dec. 3, 

1847. Went to Marlborough Coll. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 
1871. Camb. Boat 1872. V. of Stoke Golding, Hinckley 1880., 



1859 pears 13 



V. of Ridgmount, Beds. 1892—96. H.O. Abbotswood, Buxted, 
Sussex. 

Sandys, John Edwin Apr., 1859 — July, 1863 Latham, 

s. of Rev. T. Sandys, Calcutta, b. May 19, 1844. Leaving 
Exh. St. John's Coll., Camb., Mi. Sch. 1863 ; Bell Univ. Sch. 
1864 ; F. Sch. 1865 ; Browne's Med., Gk. Ode, 1865 ; Porson 
P., Gk. Verse 1865, 66 ; Members' P., Lat. Pr. 1866, 67 ; B.A., 
Senior Classic, 1867 ; Fellow 1867 ; Class. Lect., St. John's 
ColK 1867—1907, Jesus Coll. 1867—77 ; Tutor, St. John's 
Coll. 1870 — 1900 ; Public Orator 1876—1919 ; Litt. D. Camb. 
1886; Hon. Litt. D., Dublin 1892 ; Elected Member, Athenaeum 
Club, under Rule II., 1894; Knighted, 1911; Hon. LL.D. 
Edin., Athens and Camb. Hon. D. Lit. Oxford, 1920. Editor, 
numerous classical works. Author, " History of Classical 
Scholarship " 3 vols. 1903 — 08 ; " Harvard Lectures on the 
Revival of Learning" 1905. d. July 6, 1922. 

Barwick, John Marshall *Sept., 1859— June, 1863 Latham, 

s. of J.M. Barwick, Leeds. b. July 26, 1846. Went to Leeds 
Gram. Sch. St. John's Coll., Ox. 1865. B.A. 1869. M.A. 
1872. Solicitor. Low Hall, Yeadon, Leeds. 

Blrtwhistle, Frederick Sept., 1859— Dec, 1862 Latham, 

s. of Rev. J. B. Birtwhistle, Minster Vic, Beverley, Yorks. 
b. Nov. 13, 1847. Edin. Univ. M.B., CM. 1872. Of Priest 
Gate, Barton-on-Humber. d. Jan. 22, 1919. 

Goldie, Alexander Robert Sept., 1859— Mar., 1862 Latham. 

s. of Maj. B. W. Goldie, Bengal Engineers, b. June 5, 1844. 
Trim Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Theol., 1866. M.A. 1870. 
V. of Elvaston, Derby 1874. R. of Gawsworth, Cheshire 
1898 — 1904. 8, Somerset Place, Bath. 

Hurt, Richard Norman Sept., 1859 — Apr., 1863 Hall. 

s. of F. Hurt, Aderwasley, Derbys. b. July 28, 1847. 61st 
Foot. Lichfield Theol. Coll. 1873. V. of Great Sandal, Wake- 
field 1879—1909. R.D. 1899—08. Hon. Canon of Wake- 
field, 1903. R. of Bradfield, Berks. 1909. d. June 5, 1918. 

Pead, Leonard Walter Sept., 1859— July, 1865 Home B. 

s. of L. Pead, Repton. b. Oct. 29, 1845. Ex. Coll., Ox. B.A. 
1869. M.A. 1874. Stud., Mid. Temple 1874. Lt. 3rd Brig. 
Eastern Div. R.A. 1871. Major, 5th R. Irish Regt. 1897. 
Hon. Lt.-Col. for services during Boer War 1901. Retired. 
Instructor in Top., etc., Res. Squad. 2nd Life Guards 1914. 
6a, St Anne's Terrace, Barnes, Surrey. 

Rolleston, John Fowke Lancelot Sept., 1859— Dec, 1865 Priory, 
s. of Rev. W. L. Rolleston, Scraptoft Vic, Leicester, b. Mar. 
26, 1848. F.S. King's Coll., Lond. J. P. and D.L., Leics. 
K.B. 1897. M.P., Leicester 1900 — 06. Pres., Surveyors' Inst. 
1901. Freedom of City of London, 1909. M.P., Hertford 
1910. d. Apr. 9, 1919. 

Rouse, Harry Sept., 1859 — June, 1863 Priory, 

s. of D. Rouse, Eastbrook House, Bradford, Yorks. b. June 
6, 1846. J. P. and D.L., N. Riding, d. Apr. 3, 1914. 

Ussher, Henry Cornelius Sept., 1859— Apr., 1864 Home B. 

s. of S. J. Ussher, P.M.G. Melbourne, Australia ; and Mrs. 
Ussher, Repton. b. Jan. 27, 1848. B.A. Lond. (French 
Honours). Assist. Master, Grammar School, Horsham, Sussex. 

Wodehouse, Henry Ernest Sept., 1859— July, 1864 Hall, 

s. of Col. P. Wodehouse, Wribbenhall, Bewdley. b. July 14, 
1845. Hong Kong C.S. Special Commr. for Hong Kong, 
Colonial Exhib. 1886. C.M.G. 1886. 3, Wolseley Terrace, 
Cheltenham. 

* Change from Half-years to Terms. 



14 pears 1859 



Wright, William Horace Sept., 1859— July, 1860 Priory. 

s. of W. W. Wright, Greenwich, b. July 8, 1844. 
Wynne, Francis George Sept., 1859 Dec, 1862 Hall. 

s. of Gen. George Wynne, R.E. b. Feb. 17, 1846. C.E. 

Athenaeum Club, and Lightwater House, Bagshot, Surrey. 
Cumberland, George Bentinck Macleod 

Sept., 1859— July, 1861 Latham. 

s. of Major G. B. Cumberland, 42nd Highlanders, b. June 22, 

1846, Black Watch. Ashantee War, 1874, severely wounded, 
Medal with Clasp. Egyptian Exp., Tel el Kebir, 1882, severely 
wounded, Medal with Clasp and Khedive's Star. Lt.-Col. 
d. Nov. 26, 1920. 

Cumberland, Charles Sperling Sept., 1859 — May, 1861 Latham. 

br. of the above, b. Dec. 5, 1847. East Lanes. Regt. Afghan 

War, 1878 — 79, Medal. Hon. Maj., retired. Author, " Sport 

on the Pamir Steppes." Naval and Mil. Club, Piccadilly, II'. 1., 

and 36, High West Street, Dorchester. 
Allen, Charles Austin Jan., 1860 — June, 1863 Latham, 

s. of R. A. Allen, Sudbury, Suffolk, b. July 5, 1846. Stock 

Exchange, d. June 7, 1918. 
Brooke, Charles Edward Jan., 1860— July, 1866. Hall. 

s. of T. Brooke, Northgate House, Huddersfield. b. July 9, 

1847. Univ. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1869. M.A. 1873. V. of St. 
John's, Kennington 1881—1911. London Sch. Board 1883— 
89. Hon. Cannon, Rochester 1900. d. July 1, 1911. 

Butler, Charles Stokes Jan., 1860— July, 1867 Priory. 

s. of Rev. A. S. Butler, Markfield Rect., Leicester, b. Feb. 27, 

1849. F.S. Magd. Coll., Ox., Demy, 1st CI. Class. Mods. 

1869. B.A. 1870. M.A. 1875. 2nd Master, St. Olave's Gram. 

Sch., Southwark 1871. Headmaster, Hemsworth Gram. Sch. 

Potitcfract 1878—88; Barnsley Gram. Sch. 1888—1919. 

Retired. H.O. Keresforth House, Church St., Barnsley. 
Clay, John Harden Jan., 1860— July, 1867 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Clay, Stapenhill, Burton, b. Sept. 20, 1848. XI. 

1866, 67. F. XL 1865,67. 1st Agg. P. 1867. Trin. Coll., 

Camb., Sch. 1870. B.A., 2nd CI. Class, and 1st CI. Theol., 1871. 

Hebrew P. 1872. M.A. 1874. V. of All Saints', Child's Hill, 

1875. R. of St. Michael's, Bristol, 1893—1918. Hon. Canon 

of Bristol 1913. Miller Bridge, Ambleside. 
Cross, Thomas Jan., 1860— Dec, 1865 Priory. 

s. of William Cross, Prescot. b. Mar. 7, 1848. B.X.C., Ox, 

B.A. 1871. M.A. 1873. d. July 6, 1919. 
Edmunds, Henry William Jan., 1860 — June, 1863 Priory. 

s. of H. Edmunds, Edgbaston. b. Feb. 14, 1847. Merchant, 

Birmingham. 13, Hamilton Rd., Ealing, IP 5. 
Faddy, Charles Samuel Jan., 1860 — Mar., 1861 Latham. 

s. of Capt. Faddy, Bengal N.I. b. Nov. 23, 1848. 
Fawkes, Pionel Grimston Jan., 1860 — Apr., 1864 Hall. 

s. of Major R. Fawkes, Wigthorpe House, Worksop, b. May 2, 

1849. Staff Coll. 1886—87. Brigade Maj. R.A., Portsmouth 

1888—93. Instructor, Mil. Top., R.M.C. Sandhurst 1893. 

Prof, Mil. Top., R.M.A. Woolwich 1895. Command, R.G.A ., 

Portsmouth Dist. 1900—01. J. P. Hants, 1911. Hon. Sec, R. 

Army Temperance Assoc. Col., retired. The Elms, Bedhamp- 

ton, Hants. 
Hall, John Edward Jan., 1860— July, 1862 Priory. 

s. of William Hall, Atherstone. b. July 14, 1846. Went to 

Brighton Coll. 
Lyon, Charles William Jan., 1860 — Dec, 1865 Hall. 

s. of C. W. Lyon, Silver Hill, Barton-under-Needwood. b. Jan. 



1860 PEARS 15 



5, 1848. XI. 1865. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1870. J.P. 

Derbys. and Staffs, d. Dec. 19, 1918. 
Marshall, Frederick Charles Jan., 1860— Apr., 1861 G.P.C. 

s. of J. Marshall, Riseholme, Lincoln, b. Dec. 12, 1844. 

Capt. 3rd Batt. Lines. Regt., retired. Land agent, d. Aug. 4, 

1920. 
Meakin, Edward Jan., 1860 — July, 1862 Home B. 

s. of John Meakin, Repton. b. Mar. 20, 1845. Farmer. 

Brook End, Repton, Derby. 
Thorp, Thomas Jan., 1860— Dec, 1865 Home B. 

s. of J. Thorp, Repton. b. June 3, 1848. d. 
Thorp, John Jan., 1860— July, 1864 Home B. 

br. of the above. b. Sept. 18, 1849. Coal Merchant. 

74 Fairfield Rd., Buxton. 
Upcher, Harry Berners Jan., 1860 — June, 1863 Hall. 

s. of H. R. Upcher, Sheringham Hall, Cromer, b. Aug. 14, 

1845. XI. 1862, 63. Trin, Coll., Camb. B.A. 1867. R. of 
Alexton, Leics. 1870. R. of Dingley, Northants. 1876. R. of 
Ashwell, Oakham 1889. R.D. J. P., Leics. H.O. Broom Hill, 
Saham, Watton, Norfolk. 

Ussher, James Jan., 1860— July, 1862 Home B. 

s. of S. J. Ussher, P.M.G., Melbourne, Australia, and Mrs. 

Ussher, Repton. b. Oct. 24, 1849. Merchant service. Capt. 

d. Apr., 1904. 
Wodehouse, Albert Philip Jan., 1860— Dec, 1862 Hall. 

s. of Col. P. Wodehouse, Wribbenhall, Bewdley. b. Nov. 9, 

1846. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Major 1885. N.W. Fron- 
tier, India, 1897 — 98. Medal with 2 Clasps. Brevet Col., 
retired, d. Oct. 5, 1919. 

Karney, Reginald John Apr., 1860 — Dec, 1861 Orchard. 

s. of G. J. Karney, Walmer. b. May 26, 1846. Trin. Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1869. M.A. 1872. R. of Swalecliffe, Kent 1874. 
Chap., Hyeres, France 1881. V. of Thundridge, Herts. 1894— 
99. d. Nov. 17, 1916. 

Abraham, Edward Wild Sept., 1860 — Dec, 1861 Orchard, 

s. of T. R. Abraham, Balham. b. Sept. 18, 1844. XL 1861. 
d. Jan. 6, 1914. 

Baly, Charles Sept., 1860 — Apr., 1861 Orchard, 

ward of Dr. Peyton Blakiston, St. Leonard's. b. Sept. 16, 1845. 
Dentist at 140, Harley St., 1875 — 1905. Superintendent's 
House, Lambeth Infimary, S.E.ll. 

Clarke, George Sydenham Sept., 1860 — Apr., 1861 Orchard. 

Created 1st Baron Sydenham of Combe, 1913. s. of Rev. W. 
Clarke, Knoyle House, Folkestone, b. July 4, 1848. Went to 
Haileybury Coll. Passed 1st into R.M.A. Woolwich, passed 
out 1st. R.E. 1868. On staff, R.I.E. Coll., Coopers Hill 1871— 
80. Egyptian Exp., 1882, Medal and Bronze Star. Soudan 
1885, Despatches, Clasp. Sec, Colonial Defence Committee. 
Sec, R. Commn. Navy and Army Administration 1888. 
K.C.G.M. 1893. F.R.S. Gov., Victoria, Australia 1901—04. 
Col., retired. G.C.M.G. 1905. G.C.I.E. 1907 Gov. of 
Bombay 1907—13. G.CS.I. 1911. G.B.E. 1917. Athenceum 
Club ; and The Priory, Lamberhurst, Kent, and 101, Onslow 
Square, S.W.7. 

Cooper, George Edmund Sept., 1860 — June, 1863 Home B. 

s. of T. Cooper, Etwall. b. Nov. 5, 1848. Clerk, Metropolitan 
Rly. Retired. 19, Angel Rd., Harrow, Middx. 

Dunlop, James Hay Sept., 1860 — July, 1862 Orchard, 

s. of A. C. Dunlop, Edinburgh, b. June 14, 1847. Late 51st 
Foot. Guy's Hosp. 1873. L.S.A. 1880. d. Feb. 17, 1922. 



16 PEARS 1860 



Dunlop, Charles Edmund Sept., 1860— Dec, 1862 Orchard. 

br. of the above, b. Feb. 16, 1849. Writer, Ceylon C.S. 1871. 

District Judge, Batticaloa, Ceylon, retired. d. Dec. 10, 

1915. 
Dury, Alexander William Sept., 1860 — Dec, 1863 Priory. 

s. of T. H. Dury, Bonsall Leys, Matlock, b. May 9, 1846. 

F.S. 4th K.O. Regt., Ensign 1865. Abyssinian Exp., 1867— 

68, Medal. 2nd Dorsets 1871. 1st R.W. Kent Regt. 1886. 

Col. 1906, retired, d. at Moffat, July 17, 1915. 
Fanshawe, Arthur Upton Sept., 1860— July, 1867 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. J. Faithfull Fanshawe. b. Dec. 28, 1848. Sch. 1863. 

XI. 1865, Capt. 1866, 67. F.XI. 1865, Capt. 1866. 2nd Agg. 

P. 1867. Selected candidate T.C.S. 1869. Held various 

appointments in Central Ptovs., 1S71 -79. Postmaster Gen., 

Bombay 1880. Dir. Gen., Post Office, India 1889. Member, R. 

Coinmn. Opium 1893—95. C.S.I. 1890. K.C.I.E. 1903. 

C.V.O. 1906. Retired 1906. 14, DraycoH Place, S.W.3. 
Fawkes, Richard Wentworth Sept., 1860— July, 1861 Hall. 

s. of Major R. Fawkes, Wigthorpe House, Worksop, b. Apr. 

7, 1848. Late R.N. Lond. Coll. Div. 1873. R. of Swillington, 

Leeds 1879. R. of Frant, Tunbridge Wells 1882. V. of High 

Harrogate 1887—1903. V. of Woodbury Salterton 1903—09. 

d. Feb. 16, 1920. 
Kemble, Charles Adams Sept., 1860— July, 1865 Hall. 

s. of Rev. C. Kemble, Bath Rect. b. Oct. 12," 1846. XL 1865. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1868. M.A. 1872. J. P., Somerset. 

Master, Salters Company 1897—98. d. May 21, 1916. 
Linton, Edward Francis Sept., 1860— July, 1864 Hall. 

s. of Rev. Canon Linton, St. Peter-le-Bailey Rect., Oxford. 

b. Mar. 16, 1848. Univ. Coll., Ox. 3rd. CI. Class Mods. 1868. 

B.A. 1871. M.A. 1873. Played in 1st Inter-Univ. Chess Match 

1871. R. of St. George's, Manchester 1875. V. of Sprowston, 

Norwich 1878 — 88. Gen. Sec, Riverian Diocesan Assoc. 

1885—1900. R. of Edmondsham 1901—20. Author, " Flora 

of Bournemouth." Beatings, Southbourne-on-Sea, Hants. 
Manlsty, Robert Sept., 1860— June, 1863 Orchard. 

s. of Hon. Sir Henry Manisty. b. Jan. 8, 1847. Barrister and 

solicitor. 4, Shakespeare Terrace, Napier, New Zealand. 
Moore, William Cameron Sept., 1860 — Dec, 1864 Orchard. 

s. of W. C. Moore, Bamford, Sheffield, b. Sept. 9, 1845. 

2, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 
Moore, Joseph Hall Sept., 1860— Dec, 1864 Orchard. 

br. of the above, b. Jan. 1, 1847. 3rd Sherwood Foresters 

Mil. Col., retired. J. P. Castleton, Sheffield. 
Palmer, John Horsley Sept., 1860 — June, 1863 Hall. 

s. of J. C. Palmer, Eastbourne, b. July 7, 1847. Master, 

Mercers Co., and Chn., Govs, of St. Paul's Sch. 1901 — 02. 

d. July 20, 1914. 
Reld, Francis James David Sept., 1860 — Dec, 1866 Orchard. 

s. of J. Reid, Fermoy. b. Mar. 14, 1848. 6th Inniskilling 

Dragoons, retired. T.C.D. L.R.C.P.I., L.M., L.R.C.S.I. 1886. 

c/o A. Whetham, Esq., Bridport, Dorset. 
Shuttleworth, Joseph Clifford Sept., 1860 Apr., 1861 Latham. 

s. of J. Shuttleworth, Cavendish Hill, Nottingham, b. Nov. 19, 

1845. Late of Melbourne, Victoria. 
Smith, Frederick Yorke Sept., 1860— July, 1866 Hall. 

s. of G. J. P. Smith, b. Jan. 28, 1848. Sch. 1862. King's 

Coll., Camb., Exh. B.A., 3rd CI Class ., 1870. M.A. 1873. 

Solicitor, retired. Boughfield Cottage, Sidmouth, Devon. 



1860 • PEARS 17 



Swindells, George Cawley Sept., 1860— Dec, 1861 Hall. 

s. of G. Swindells, Shrigley. b. Aug. 31, 1847. May field, 

Alton Road, Roehampton, S.W.15. 
Walker, Frederick James Sept., 1860 — Dec, 1863 Orchard. 

s. of T. Walker, Berkswell Hall, Coventry, b. Mar. 16, 1846. 

My ton Lodge, Warwick. 
Wall, George Sept., 1860— July, 1862 Home B. 

s. of G. Wall, Etwall. b. Apr. 22, 1850. Butcher, d. Buried 

at Etwall, Apr. 24, 1912. 
Cubltt, Lyttelton Lucas Jan., 1861 — July, 1862 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. B. L. Cubitt, Catfield, Norwich, b. May 19, 1847. 

Lond. Coll. Div. V. of Christ Church, Whangarei 1879—1910. 

H.O. Marine Square, Devonport, Auckland, N.Z. 
Draper, Henry Jan., 1861— July, 1862 Home B. 

s. of John Draper, Repton, Park. b. Mar. 6, 1860. Brook- 

leigh, Glazebrook, Manchester. 
Hadow, John Lovell Gwatkin Jan., 1861 — Apr., 1864 Priory. 

s. of Rev. G. Hadow, St. Just, Cornwall, b. Dec. 24, 1844. 

Trin. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1866. M.A. 1870. Assist. Master, 

Repton 1867—69. V. of H. Trin., Aldershot 1878. R. of St. 

Mary's, Weymouth 1889. R.D. 1894—1902. V. of Sutton 

Valence 1903—11. 41, Net her hall Gardens, Hampstead, N.W.3. 
Hebden, George Henry Jan., 1861— Dec, 1862 Hall. 

s. of G; Hebden, Nottingham, b. Aug. 17, 1848. Pastoralist. 
Hunter, Leonard Jan., 1861 — Apr., 1863 G.P.C. 

s. of W. J. Hunter, Baughurst, Hants, b. Apr. 15, 1849. 

In America. 
Lee, Augustus Charles Jan., 1861— July, 1866 G.P.C. 

s. of Rev. H. T. Lee, South Raynham. b. Aug. 24, 1847. 

C.C.C., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1870. M.A. 1884. Cudd. 

Theol. Coll. V. of Yazor, Hereford 1881. V. of Lugwardine 

1 884—1920. The Mount, Dinas Powis, Cardiff. 
Lighten, Christopher Robert Jan., 1861— July, 1867 Hall. 

s. of Rev. Sir C. R. Lighten, Bart. b. July 4, 1848. Trin. Coll., 

Camb. Rowed Head of River 1869—70. B.A. 1871. Bar, 

Line Inn 1874. Succeeded as 7th Bart. 1875. J. P. and D.L., 

Herefs. High Sheriff 1885. Gov., St. Lawrence Sch., Rams- 
gate, Trent Coll., Weynouth Coll., and Dean Close Memorial 

Sch. Cheltenham. Oxford and Can bridge Club; Litley Court, 

Hereford and Donoughmore, North Berwick. 
Pears, Henry Temple Jan., 1861— July, 1867 Hall. 

s. of Rev. S. A. Pears, D.D., Headmaster, b. Jan. 19, 1849. 

XL 1866, 67. C.C.C., Ox. B.A. 1870. Solicitor, retired. 15, 

Hillside, Wimbledon, S.W.19. 
Shann, George Jan., 1861— July, 1864 Orchard. 

s. of G. Shann, O.R., M.D., York. b. July 22, 1846. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. Colquhoun Sculls 1866. Sch. 1867. B.A., 42nd 

Wrangler, 1868. M.A. 1871. C.E. Quarry Cottage. Farnham, 

Knaresborough. 
Tomllnson, Thomas James Jan., 1861 — Dec, 1862 Home B. 

s. of Mrs. Tomlinson, Willington. b. Mar. 31, 1848. Iron 

merchant, d. Feb. 5, 1920. 
Tomllnson, Charles Herbert Jan., 1861 — Apr., 1865 Home B. 

br. of the above, b. Dec. 11, 1849 Business. Bleak House, 

Hollywood, nr. Birmingham. 
Townsend, Richard Baxter Jan., 1861 — July, 1866 Orchard. 

afterwards Townshend. s. of Rev. C. C. Townsend, Derry, 

Rosscarbery, Cork. b. Mar. 8, 1846. Trin. Coll., Camb. Mi. 

Sch. 1865. Sch. 1868. B.A., 2nd CI. Class, 1869. 10 years 

mining and ranching Far West. Assist. Master, Bath Coll. 



18 PEARS 1861 



1880—84. Author, " Lone Pine," Sec. 117, Banbury Rd., 
Oxford. 

Washington, Marmaduke Jan., 1861 — -July, 1865 Latham, 

s. of A. Washington. Parley Dale. b. July 4, 1846. XT. 1864, 
65. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1868. V. of Neen-Savagc 1876— 
77. V. of St. Thos., Douglas 1877. V. of St. Geo., Tufnell 
Pk. 1881. P.C, of Portman Chapel 1891—93. R. of Staple 
Fitzpaine 1895-1904. R. of Holbrook 1910- -15. Hon. 
Canon of Norwich and Hon. Chap, to Bp. of Norwich 1915. 
The Cedars, Albemarle Rd., Norwich. 

Whytehead, William Wastell Jan., 1861 — Dec, 1861 Orchard, 
s. of W. Whytehead, York. b. Feb. 6, 1848. C.C.C., Camb. 
B.A. 1872. M.A. 1876. B. es S., Paris 1881. Solicitor, 
retired, d. Feb. 22, 1920. 

Wilson, William Bernard Jan., 1861— May, 1861 Hall, 

s. of Rev. E. Wilson, Nocton Vic, Lincoln, b. Apr. 23, 1847. 
4th Hussars. Cornet 1869. Lt. 1871. 12th Bengal Cav. 1874. 
Afghan War, 1878—80, Medal with 3 Clasps. Burma, 1886 — 
87, Despatches, Medal with Clasp. D.A.A.G., Bengal Army 
1885—91. Col. 1901. d. Mar. 17, 1919. 

Elliott, Algernon Apr., 1861 — Mar., 1866 Hall, 

s. of W. H. Elliott, Bengal C.S. b. Mar. 10, 1848. Berar 
Commission 1869—1903. Sessions Judge, H.A.D. 1893, 
Judicial Commr. 1898, Commr. 1901. CLE. 1903. Retired 
1903. Fellow, Zoological, R. Botanic, and Brit. Ornithological 
So:s. 41, Stanley Gardens, Hampstead, AMI'. 3. 

Elliott, Ernest Arthur Apr., 1861— July, 1861 Hall, 

br. of the above, b. June 20, 1850. Fellow, Zoological, Ento- 
mological, R. Botanic and R. Numismatic Socs. 41, Chapel 
Park Rd., St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

Flint, Montagu I. Murray Apr., 1861 — Mar., 1862 Orchard, 

s. of Rev. C. Flint, Glentworth. b. Apr. 16, 1847. Explorer 
and prospector for gold, diamond, rubber, &c, B. Guiana, 
Venezuela and Brazil. F.R.G.S. d. Jan. 15, 1910. 

Johnson, Henry Barham Apr., 1861 — July, 1865 Orchard, 

s. of Rev. J. B. Johnson, b. Apr. 12, 1848. C.C.C., Camb. 
B.A. 1872. M.A. 1875. R. of Welborne 1883. R. of Orchard- 
leigh cum Lullington, Somerset 1890. R. of Welborne 1896. 
R. of Ashill, Thetford 1908. d. Dec. 27, 1917. 

Knowles, George Apr., 1861— July, 1866 Priory, 

s. of J. Knowles, Heme Hill. b. Nov. 11, 1847. Trin., Coll. 
Camb. B.A., Jun. Opt., 1870. M.A., LL.M. 1873. Bar, Inner 
Temple. J. P., Wilts. Clos St. Victor, Joitd-les-Tours, Indre 
et Loire, France. 

Weston, Frederick Apr., 1861— June, 1863 Orchard. 

s. of G. Weston, Line Inn. b. Mar. 28, 1846. Merchant 
shipper, d. Aug. 29, 1912. 

Alexander, Ernest Bruce Sept., 1861— July, 1867 Hall, 

s. of W. S. Alexander, Bengal C.S. b. Sept. 10, 1849. I.C.S., 
retired. 9, Queensborough Terrace, Porchester Gate, W.2. 

Clarke, Thomas Sydenham Sept., 1861 — July, 1863 Latham, 

s. of T. S. Clarke, Kingsdown House, Dover, b. Apr. 9, 1846. 
King's R.R. Corps. Adj. 2nd Middx. R. Vol. Afghan War, 
1879, Medal. Natal F.F. 1880. Reserved Rifle Regt. 1900— 
01. Hon. Lt.-Col., retired. Sundown Lawn, Pittville, Chel- 
tenham. 

Eaton, Richard Sept., 1861- Dec, 1865 Home B. 

s. of G. Eaton, Repton. b. July 20, 1851. Foreman, timber 
dept., L. & N.W.Ry. Earlstown, Lanes, 



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Ewart, Richard Hooker Sept., 1861— Dec, 1861 G.P.C. 

s. of Sir W. Ewart, Bart., M.P., Belfast, b. July 24, 1848. 

Merchant, d. Oct. 18, 1918. 
Green, Herbert William Hutchings Sept., 1861 — July, 1865 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Green, Eyam Rect., Sheffield, b. July 18, 1849. 

Trin, Coll., Camb. B.A. 1871. M.A. 1874. C. of St. Mary's, 

Sheffield 1873—74. C. of Eyam 1875—82. Chn. R. Midland 

Counties Home for Incurables 1904. United Univ. Club., 

S.W.I, and Bidford House, Leamington. 
Mason, George Edward Sept., 1861— July, 1866 G.P.C. 

s. of G. W. Mason, Morton Hall, Retford, b. Oct. 20, 1847. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1871. M.A. 1874. R. 

of Whitwell 1874—1908. Hon. Can., Southwell 1888—1908. 

Principal, St. Bed6s Coll., Umtata, S. Africa 1908—19. H.O. 

Morton, Eureka Rd., Rondebosch, Capetown. 
Nash, Edward Sept., 1861— Apr., 1864 Priory. 

s. of H. Nash, Bury House, Edmonton, b. June 19, 1848. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., LL.B. 1871. M.A. 1875. Bar, Line. 

Inn. Clerk to Merchant Taylors Co. Merchant Taylors' Hall, 

E.C2, and 20, Hanover House, Regents Park, N.W.8. 
Preston, George Johnson Sept., 1861 — June, 1863 Latham. 

s. of Sir J. Preston, Dunmore. b. Oct. 1, 1848. High Sheriff, 

Co. Antrim 1900. D.L. and J. P. 11, Eaton Square, S.W.I. 
Radford, Arthur Sept., 1861— June, 1863 Priory. 

s. of John Radford, Smalley Hall, Derby, b. May 8, 1848. 

Pemb. Coll., Ox., and St. Alban's Hall. B.A. J. P., Derbys. 

Capt. Derbys. Yeo. Cav. Bradfield Hall, Berks. 
Stewart, Henry Holmes Sept., 1861— July, 1867 I atham. 

s. of J. Stewart, Cairnsmore, Newton Stewart, N.B. b. Nov. 

8, 1847. XL 1865, 66, 67. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., Jun. 

Opt., 1871. M.A. 1874. R. of Brington, Northants. 1878. 

R. of Porthkerry 1898—1914. V. of St. Lythan, Cardiff. 

H.O. Strathella, Dinas Powis, Cardiff. 
Walford, William Stewart Sept., 1861— Dec, 1861 Latham. 

s. of Rev. E. Walford, Dallinghoe Rcct., Wickham Market, b. 

Aug. 27, 1847. Lond. Coll. Div. 1870. R. of Bucklesham 1875. 

R. of Dallinghoe 1882 — 95. Inventor, complete Domestic 

Turkish Bath. V. of St. Mary-at-the-Ouay, Ips-wich 1895. 

R. of Dallinghoe 1907. d. Aug. 15, 19167 
Whitaker, Joshua Sept., 1861— July, 1865 G.P.C. 

s. of J. Whitaker, Hesley Hall, Tickhill, Rotherham. b. Jan. 

14, 1849. Via Cavour, Palermo, Sicily. 
Aldous, John Clement Primrose Jan., 1862— July, 1868 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Aldous, Sheffield, b. July 12, 1849. F.S. Sch. 

1864. Jesus Coll., Camb., Sch. 1869. B.A., 19th Wrangler, 

1872. M.A. 1875. Assist. Master, Shrewsbury Sch. 1872. 

Fellow 1875. Chief Nav. Instr. and Chap, to Cadets, H.M.S. 

" Britannia " 1875—98. V. of Duffield 1898— 1909. R.D. 

1900—09. R. of Sywell 1911—21. R.D., Rothwell 1914—21. 

Author, " An Elementary Course of Physics." c/o Rev. M . King, 

St. Ann's Vicarage, Nottingham. 
Astell, Godfrey Jan., 1862— Dec, 1865 Hall. 

s. of H. G. Astell, H.E.I.C.S. b. Aug. 25, 1848. Zulu War, 

1879, Medal with Clasp. K.R.R. Corps. Boer War, 1881, 

served with Natal F.F. Adj. 5th Chesh. R. Vol. Lt.-Col. 1893. 

Hon. Col. 1900. Commanded 7th Battn. K.R.R. 1900—05. 

Naval and Military Club, and Moy Hi,u?e, Forres, N.B. 
Blathwayt, Charles Reginald Jan., 1862— Dec, 1863 Hall. 

s. of Rev. C. W. Blathwayt, Chelmar&h Vic, Bridgenorth. b. 

June 12, 1849. C.C.C., Camb. B.A. 1871. V. of West Ashby 



20 pears 1862 

Horncastle 1886. R. of Huntspill 1894. P.C. of St. Anne, 
Hewish 1910-17. The Rectory, Doivn St. Mary, Bow, Devon. 

Grindrod, Charles Frederick Jan., 1862— Dec, 1863 Priory. 
s. of R. B. Grindrod, M.D., Malvern, b. Dec. 29, 1846. 
L.R.C.P. Edin. L.M. and L.S.A. 1873. Author, " Plays from 
Eng. Hist." " The Shadow of the Ragged Stone," etc. d. 
Nov. 4, 1910. 

Mosley, Tonman Jan., 1862— July, 1868 Hall. 

Created 1st Baron Anslow 1916. s. of Sir T. Moseley, Bart., 
Rolleston Hall, Burton-on-Trent. b. Jan. 16, 1850. C.C.C., 
Ox. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1870. St. Alban's Ha.l. B.A., 
3rd CI. Law and Hist., 1872. Bar, Inner Temple 1874. Tate 
Member, Gov. Body, Repton Scohol. J. P., Bucks and Derbys. 
C.A., Bucks. D.L., Bucks. C.B. 1911. F.S.S., F.I. Inst. 
Oxford and Cambridge, and National Liberal Clubs, and Bangor's 
Park, Iver, Bucks. 

Sale, Arthur Jan., 1862 — Mar., 1867 Hall. 

s. of J. Sale, Litchurch Lodge, Derby, b. Mar. 26, 1850. 
Newlands, Hohnwood Gardens, Wallington, Surrey, 

Shann, Frederick Jan., 1862— July, 1867 Orchard, 

s. of G. Shann, M.D., O.R., York. b. Apr. 21, 1849. Trin. 
Coll., Camb. Athl. Blue 1870, 71. B.A. 1871. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Eng. 1875. Surg. Lt.-Col. 5th West Yorks, Regt. 
Retired. V.D. Quarry Cottage, Farnham, Knaresborough. 

Walters, Edmond Jan., 1862 — Mar., 1863 Orchard, 

s. of Rev. T. D. D'O. Walters, Swainswick, Bath. b. Aug. 2, 
1848. Magd. Hall, Ox. 1867. B.A., S.C.L. 1871. M.A. 1874. 
Stud., Line. Inn 1869. R. of March Baldon 1876. V. of 
Langford, Lechlade 1885 — 92. Successively R. of Trin. Ch., 
Escondido, Grace Ch., Oceanside, and St. Paul's, Santa Paula, 
California 1892 — 1903. Author, " The First Principles of the 
Faith," " The Pearl of Anjouand other Poems," " The Doctrine 
and Practice of the Holy Eucharist," " The Way of Life," etc. 
1969, Estrella Avenue, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. 

Ward, Nathaniel Jan., 1862— July, 1867 Home B. 

s. of H. Ward, Repton. b. Jan. 9, 1851. Petty Officer, R.N. 
d. Aug. 19, 1904. 

Watts, Samuel Mellor Jan., 1862 — Dec, 1865 Home B. 

s. of Samuel Watts, Repton. b. Oct. 1, 1851. Innkeeper. 
d. Mar. 13, 1912. 

Wilson, Mark Jan., 1862— July, 1864 Priory. 

s. of R. Wilson, Carnlough. b. May 10, 1849. d. Feb. 24, 
1910. 

Beresford, Marcus de la Poer Apr., 1862— Dec, 1864 Hall. 

s. of Gen. Beresford, Sutton Bonington. b. Sept. 20, 1847. 
2nd Warwicks. Mil. Lt. 1872. Hon. Maj., retired 1891. 
d. Jan. 25, 1917. 

Brooking, Samuel Augustus Edward Elworthy 

Apr., 1862— Aug., 1871 Home B. 
s. of J. Brooking, Repton. b. May 9, 1851. St. John's Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1S74 V. of St. Simon's, Leeds 1877. V. of 
Markington 1898. V. of Bradshaw 1906— 08. H.O. 88, Weapon- 
less \' alley, Scarborough 

Cornwall, John Fitzalan Apr., 1862— July, isoii Priory 

s of Rev. A. G. Cornwall, Wotton-under-Edge b Dec 1. 
1847. Inn Coll., Camb. Glo'ster Theol Coll. 1S70 R. ot 
Barton-le-Cley, Beds. 1884. R. of Greal Witcombe 1897 
Priest-in-charge, Birdlip Miss. Ch. 1903, Upton St. Leon. 1906, 
S. Peter's, Cleeve Hill 1907 — 08. Ivy Lodge, Tivoli lul., 
Cheltenham. 



1862 pears 21 



.Jackson, Charles Hugh Apr., 1862 — July, 1867 Hall. 

S, of C. Jackson, J.P., Barrister-at-law, Doncaster. b. Aug. 
11, 1851. Solicitor, Doncaster. d. Oct. 1, 1918. 

McGonnell, John Apr., 1862— Apr.. 1865 Home B. 

s. of John McConnell, and nephew of J. Thorp, Repton. b. Apr. 
21, 1849. Grocer. Park St. East, Chatham, Ontario. 

Macmelkan, John Alexander Apr., 1862— July, 1867 Latham, 
s. of J. Macmeikan, West Ham. b. Feb. 8, 1849. Leaving Exh. 
St. John's Coll., Camb., Exh. 1867. Sch. 1869. B.A., 1st CI. 
Class., 1871. M.A. 1876. Bar, Line. Inn 1873. Queen Anne 
House, Deal. 

Tinsley, George William Apr., 1862 — Dec, 1864 Priory. 

s. of T. Tinsley, Sedgeley. b. Nov. 27, 1847. Pennant, 
Llanrwst, N. Wales. 

Blomefield, Thomas Wilmot Peregrine 

Sept., 1862— Dec, 1867 Latham, 
s. of Rev. Sir. T. E. W. Blomefield, Bart., Pontefract. b. Dec 
31, 1848. Board of Trade 1868. Pri. Sec. to various Presi- 
dents of the Board. Succeeded as 4th Bart. 1878. Assist. 
Sec. B. of T. 1901. C.B. 1903. Windmill House, Lichfield. 

Brooks, Thomas Beedle Harvey Sept., 1862— July, 1868 Hall. 
s. of Rev. H. W. Brooks, St Stephen's, Paddington. b. June 
5, 1849. XI. 1868. Univ. Coll., Ox. B.A., 4th CI. Theol., 
1872. M.A. 1875. V. of St. Stephen's, Battersea 1880. V. of 
St. Stephen's Paddington 1883—93. R.D., Solihull 1920. 
Solihull Red., Warwicks. 

Gassels, Walter Ritchie Sept., 1862— June, 1863 Hall, 

s. of John Cassels, Oporto, b. Mar. 28, 1848. Of Buenos 
Ayres. d. Dec. 10, 1915. 

Frost, Percy Hollingworth Sept., 1862— July, 1866 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. H. Frost, C.M.S., Nasik, Bombay, b. June 8, 
1847. C.C.C., Camb., Sch. 1867. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1870. 
M.A. 1880. Assist. Master, The Wick, Brighton 1872 — 79, 
Glengorse, Eastbourne 1898 — 1904, Hadleigh House, Little- 
hampton 1905 — 07. d. Sept. 2, 1918. 

Gemmell, Charles Archibald Sept., 1862 — July, 1865 G.P.C. 
s. of William C. Gemmell, Newcastle-under-Lyme. b. May 11, 

1847. Retired 1897, after 32 years with Nat. Provincial Bank. 
Fortescue Lodge, Fortescue Road, Ilfracombe. 

Gibson, Richard Sept., 1862— July, 1868 Home B. 

s. of R. Gibson, Repton. b. May 30, 1851. Caretaker, Bank 
of England. 

Graves, William Samuel Sept., 1862 — July, 1866 Hall. 

s. of S. R. Graves, M.P., Liverpool, b. July 28, 1849. Ship- 
owner, Liverpool. Retired. Newells, Horsham, Sussex. 

Gurney, John Henry Sept., 1862— July, 1868 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. H. Gurney, St. Mary's, Marylebone. b. June 19, 
1849. XL 1868. Trin. Coll., Camb., Exh. 1869. Athl. Blue 
1870, 71, 72, 73. Pres., C.U.A.C. 1873. Univ. rackets 1873. 
B.A., Sen. Opt., 1873. M.A. 1878. Assist. Master, Repton 
1873 — 1901. House Master 1885—1901. d. Jan. 24, 1919. 
Under his will, he bequeathed to the School the house which 
he had built, also a valuable collection of scientific instruments 
and books. In Sept., 1921, the boys from the Priory were 
transferred to this house ; the name being changed from 
St. Wystans to Priory House. 

Hamilton, Charles Robert Baillie Sept., 1862— July, 1866 Hall. 
s. of Adm. W. A. Baillie Hamilton, Blackheath. b. Sept. 24, 

1848. Artist, at Upland Place, Preston, Lavenham, Suffolk. 



22 pears 1862 



Holme, George Arthur Sept., 1862— July, 1867 Hall. 

s. of S. Holme, Holmestead, Liverpool, b. Mar. 28, 1848. 

Univ. Coll., Ox. 3rd CI. Class. Mods. 1869. B.A., 3rd CI. Law 

and Hist., 1871. Solicitor. Examiner, Honours Final Law 

Exam. Chancery Taxing Master 1901. Master, Supreme 

Court of Judicature 1903. d. Nov. 9, 1917. 
Holmes, Arthur Bromley Sept., 1862 — Dec, 1867 Hall. 

s. of A. E. Holmes, Derby, b. June 8, 1849. M.Inst.C.E. 

M.Eng. 1907. 2, Prince's Gate East, Liverpool. 
Hyatt, John Sept., 1862— July, 1867 Priory. 

s. of William Hyatt, O.R., Newcastle-under-Lyme. b. Mar. 23, 

1850. d. 

Martin, Steuart Darke Sept., 1862— July, 1864 Hall. 

s. of Rev. R. Martin, Brixton, b. Nov. 4, 1851. H.M.S. 

" Worcester," Merchant Service 1866. Capt. 1876. Retired 

1903. d. 
Messiter, Matthew Arden Sept., 1862— July, 1869 Priory. 

s. of Rev. G. M. Messiter, 1st Usher, Repton Sch. b. Sept. 21, 

1851. M.R.C.S. 1873. L.S.A. 1874. Sen. Surg., Guest Hosp., 
Dudley. Pres., Med. Defence Union 1901-05. J. P., Worcs. 
d. July 6, 1922. 

Paget, T. C. P. B. F. B. Sept., 1862— Apr., 1864 Priory. 

s. of F. Paget, Ashford. b. Jan. 8, 1851. 

Raven, Arthur Douglas Sept., 1862 — July, 1865 G.P.C. 

s. of R. Raven, Ulceby. b. Apr. 22, 1848. XI. 1865. Com- 
mission agent, c/o Mrs. Cave, 62, Grey St., Gainsborough. 

Shaw, Edward S2p... 18d2— July, 1866 Priory, 

s. of J. Shaw, Billyoran, Belfast, b. June 8, 1848. C.C.C., 
Camb. B.A. 1870. 

Shore, Charles Russell Sept., 1862— July, 1868 Hall. 

s. of R. N. Shore, Bengal C.S. b. Jan. 16, 1850. Home C.S. 
1872. Lunacy Commn., retired 1911. Barn Gates, Binfield, 

Tidswell, Richard Henry Sept., 1862— Dec, 1865 Hall. 

s. of R. Tidswell, Seymour House, Denmark Hill, S.E. b. Dec. 

27. 1848. Univ. Coll., Ox. 1869. B.A. 1872. Bar, Inner 

Temple 1875. M. A. 1878. J. P., Suffolk. Bosmere Hall, Need- 
ham Market, and 49, Wilton Crescent, S.W. 
Townsend, John Crocker Sept., 1862 — 'Apr., 1865 Orchard. 

s. of C. Townsend, Ashby. b. July 4, 1848. Went to U.S.A. 

1889. Merchant. 1200, Arch St., Philadelphia, U.S.A. 
Ussher, Arthur Hugh Neville Sept., 1862— June, 1863 Home B. 

s. of S. J. Ussher, P.M.G., Melbourne, Australia, and Mrs. 

Ussher, Repton. b. Aug. 7, 1852. Capt., Merchant Mirine. 

d. July, 1906. 
Willder, Samuel Sept., 1862— Dec, 1865 Home B. 

s. of Jam2S Willder, Burnaston. b. Jan. 15, 1852. In Texas. 
Anderson, Fiadlay Blair Jan., 1863— July, 1866 Orchard 

s. of Findlay Anderson, Edinburgh, b. May 14, 1848. XI. 

1866. Chartered accountant. 1, Lynedoch Place, Edinburgh. 
Barker, Allan Henry Auriol Jan., 1863— Apr., 1869 Hall. 

afterwards Auriol-Barker. s. of Rev. A. Auriol Barker, 

Baslow Vic, Derbys. b. Oct. 12, 1849. XI. 1868. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1873. Solicitor. Sec, Worcester Park 

Polo Club. 13, South Sq., Gray's Inn, W.C., and Barrow Hill, 

Worcester Park, Surrey. 
Brickwell, Arthur Jan., 1863 — Dec, 1866 Hall. 

s. of B. Brickwell, Amersham. b. Mar. 27, 1850. F.S. d. 

July 3, 1910. 



1863 pears 23 



Charles, Fendall Lowis Jan., 1863 — Dec, 1864 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. J. Charles, D.D., The Manse, Kirkcowan, N.B. b. 

May 10, 1848. I.C.S. 1867. cjo Grindlay &- Co., 54, Parlia- 
ment St., s.w. 
Crawford, Leslie Jan., 1863 — July, 1864 G.P.C. 

s. of J. H. Crawford, Ashton Keynes, b. Sept. 27, 1848. 

Solicitor, Bombay. Byculla Club, Bombay. 
Dunn, Charles Jan., 1863 — Dec, 1866 Priory. 

s. of T. R. Dunn. b. Sept. 2, 1849. C.C.C., Camb. J. P., 

Westmd. Ecclerigg, Windermere, 
Lace, Alfred Jan., 1863 — Dec, 1868 Latham. 

s. of F. J. Lace, Stone Gappe, Cross Hill, Keighley, Leeds, b. 

Feb. 19, 1851. Engineer. 95, Spadina Rd., Toronto, Ontario. 
Llghton, Andrew Hamilton Digby Jan., 1863— July, 1863 Hall. 

s. of Rev. Sir C. R. Lighten, Bart. b. Apr. 28, 1850. R.N. 

1864. Disabled by severe accident on H.M.S. " Britannia." 

West Bank, Ashfield, Ross-on-Wye. 
May, Edmund Alexander Jan., 1863 — Mar., 1863 * Hall. 

s. of Rev. E. May, Darley Abbey, b. Feb. 25, 1850. Went to 

Rugby. Wells Theol. Coll. 1873. V. of Mudford 1890. d. 

Oct. 18, 1912. 
Shaw, William Jan., 1863— Dec, 1866 Latham. 

s. of J. Shaw, Celbridge, Dublin, b. Apr. 30, 1848. XI. 1866. 

1st Agg. P. 1866. Moorcroft, Sticklepath, Okehampton, Devon. 
Shute, Ernest Powell Jan., 1863— Dec, 1866 Orchard. 

s. of Gay Shute, F.R.C.S., Greenwich, b. Oct. 5, 1848. Sec, 

Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club. The White House, Forest 

Row, Sussex. 
Tomlinson, Walter Michael Jan., 1863 — July, 1868 Priory. 

s. of R. S. Tomlinson, Burton-on-Trent. b. Jan. 14, 1849. 

Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1875. V. of 

All Saints', Pontefract 1884. V. of North Cave-cum-Cliffe, 

Yorks. 1891—1905. L. Pr. Diocs. Lichfield and Southwell 

1906 — 14. Thorpe Rectory, Ashbourne, Derbys. 
Townsend, Knowlson Jan., 1863— July, 1867 Orchard. 

s. of C. Townsend, Ashby. b. July 28, 1851. M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. d. Sept., 1890. 
Wayte, Thomas Perkins Jan., 1863 — July, 1867 Home B. 

s. of H. Wayte, Milton, b. Mar. 10, 1852. Merchant Service, 

retired, cjo William Wayte, Mayfield House, Hilton, Derby. 
Wroughton, John Henry Jan., 1863 — July, 1865 Home B. 

s. of T. Wroughton, Repton. b. Nov. 12, 1849. Plumber. 

d. at Repton, Jan. 17, 1922. 
Archibald, Edmund Douglas May, 1863— July, 1869 Hall. 

s. of Sir T. D. Archibald, Judge, Court of Queen's Bench. 

b. Jan. 23, 1851. St. John's Coll., Ox. 2nd CI. Math. Mods. 

1871. B.A., 2nd CI. Math., 1873. Professor, late Bengal 

Educational Service. Fellow and late Vice-Pres., R. Met. Soc. 

Corresponding Member, German Met. Soc. M.S.I, d. Nov. 

30, 1913. 
Gould, John May, 1863— July, 1868 Latham. 

s. of T. Gould, Sheffield, b. Jan. 16, 1849. Trin. Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1872. M.A. 1875. H.O. Assist. Master, Reading Gram. 

Sch. 1872. Assist. Master, Repton 1878. House Master 1880— 

1912. Hon. Treas., O.R.S. 1901—20. d. Nov. 18, 1920. 
Green, William Jamson May, 1863 — July, 1868 Latham. 

s. of Rev. W. Green, Hexthorpe. b. May 29, 1851. Went to 

Victoria 1885. Journalist, d. at Melbourne, May 23, 1918. 
Nanson, William May, 1863— July, 1868 Hall. 

s. of John Nanson, Carlisle, b. July 12, 1849. Trin. Coll., Ox. 



24 pears 1863 



B.A., 2nd CI. Hist., 1873. F.S.A. Solicitor, Singapore, d. in 

London, May 22, 1911. 
Smith, Harold Fisher May, 1863 Apr., 1866 Orchard. 

s. of E. Fisher Smith, The Priory, Dndlev. b. Oct. 26, 1851. 

Solicitor. 46, Clifton Hill, N.W.8. 
Tillard, Charles May, 1863— July, 1870 Hall. 

s. of Rev. R. H. Tillard, Blakeney. b. Apr. 18, 1851. F.S. 

XI. 1866, 67, 68, Capt. 1869, 70. Capt. F. XI. 1869. Clare 

Coll., Camb., Sch. 1871. Camb. XI. 1873, 74. B.A., 2nd CI. 

Class.. 1874. M.A. Late Assist. Master, Cheltm. Coll. Bath- 
ford, Bath. 
Wilson, Thomas Ward May, 1863— Julv, 1868 Hall. 

s. of Rev. E. Wilson, Nocton. b. Apr. 1, 1849. XL 1865, 66. 

67, Capt. 1868. King's Coll., Camb., Exh. Camb. XL 1869. 

B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1872. M.A. 1876. Assist. Master, Sher- 
borne Sch. 1872 — 1908. Bonshaw, Broadstone, Dorset. 
Barker, Henry Auriol Aug., 1863 — July, 1870 Hall. 

s. of Lt.-Col. Arundel Barker, O. R. Ellerslie, Gosforth. b. Apr. 

8, 1852. XL 1870. Wadh. Coll., Ox. 1872. B.A., 2nd CI. 

Hist., 1875. M.A. 1882. V. of King's Pyon 1884—98. V. of 

St. Matthew's, Rugby 1898—1909. Sacombe Red., Ware. 
Bird, Thomas Richard Aug., 1863— July, 1865 Home B. 

s. of R. Bird, Repton. b. Mar. 22, 1852. Dale House, Upper 

Dale Rd., Derby. 
Blumhardt, Edward Keane Aug., 1863— June, 1866 Hall. 

s. of Rev. C. H. Blumhardt, Krishnaghur, Bengal, b. Dec. 18, 

1847. Magd. Coll., Camb., Exh. 1866. Sch. 1867. B.A., 2nd 

CI. Class., 1870. R. of Brimington 1888. V. of Wadworth, 

Doncaster 1896—1920. d. Dec, 3, 1921. 
Brown, William Charles Aug., 1863— Dec, 1866 Priory. 

s. of William Brown, Clapham. b. June 28, 1850. 
Browne, William Charles Aug., 1863 — Apr., 1865 Hall. 

s. of William Brown, Tallantire Hall, Cockermouth. b. Apr. 

16, 1850. Sarum Coll. 1876. V. of Netheravon, Wilts. 1893— 

95. Hay ties Vic, Bedford. 
Gammell, Bernard Edward Aug., 1863 — July, 1867 Latham. 

s. of C. Cammell, Norton Hall, Sheffield, b. June 30, 1850. 

XL 1865, 66, 67. Trin. Hall, Camb. The Gate House, Merrow, 

Guildford. 
Coates, Edward Henry Aug., 1863- July, 1866 Priory. 

s. of J. Coates. b. Apr. 13, 1851. Solicitor, retired. Moore 

Hall, Wotton-under-Edge, Glos. 
Foley, Edward Francis Walwyn Aug., 1863— Oct., 1869 Hall. 

s. of Rev. E. W. Foley, All Saints' Vic, Derby, b. Oct. 6, 1851. 

XL 1868, 69. Wadh. Coll., Ox. 3rd CI. Class. Mods. 1872. 

B.A., 4th CI. Hist., 1873. M.A. 1880. Solicitor. 43, Thornton 

Court, Kensington, W.8. 
Foster, Wilfrid Aug., 1863— Dec, 1866 Orchard. 

s. of W. F. Foster, Liverpool, b. Jan. 25, 1851. 
Lamb, Richard Martindell Aug., 1863—July, 1868 Latham 

s. of Rev. R. M. Lamb, Landour, Bengal. b. Dec 25, 1848. 

Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Theol., 1872. M.A. 1876. 

V. of Burton Pidsea 1886. d. Dec 26, 1921. 
Longton, John B. Noel Aug., 1863— Dec, 1866 Priory. 

s. of J. Longton, Liverpool, b. June 19, 1848. 
Marshall, James Cox Aug., 1863—July, 1865 Hall. 

s. of J. Marshall, Cairnow Hall, Hampstead. b. Oct. 

21, 1849. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1873. P.O. Box 89, 

Dunedin, N.Z. 



1863 pears 25 



Maxwell, William Henry Stopiord Heron - 

Aug., 1863— Dec, 1868 Latham. 
s. of E. Heron -Maxwell, Teviot Bank. b. June 14, 1852 
R. Fusiliers. Zulu War. 1879, Despatches, Medal with Clasp. 
Boer War 1881. S.E. Scotland Artillery Mil. Lt.-Col., retired. 
Arthur's Club, and Teviot Bank, Hawick, N.B. 

Page, Arnold Henry Aug., 1863— July, 1870 Hall, 

s. of W. B. Page, St. Ann's, Carlisle, b. Mar. 1, 1851. Ball. 
Coll., Ox. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1872. B.A., 3rd CI. Litt. Hum., 
1874. M.A. 1877. Bar, Inner Temple 1877. J. P., Essex, 
1894. R. of Tendring 1886—1908. Dean, Peterborough 1908. 
Gov., Uppingham Sch. J. P., Peterborough Liberty 1911. 
Reform Club, S.W.I., and The Deanery, Peterborough. 

Pidcock, Henry Walwyn Aug., 1863 — July, 1865 Hall. 

s. of C. Pidcock, Broadwas Court, Worcs. b. Mar. 11, 1850. 
Solicitor, retired, d. Nov. 7, 1910. 

PJlkington, William Tisdal Aug., 1863— Apr., 1865 Priory, 

s. of W. Pilkington, Queen's Co., Ireland, b. Mar. 4, 1849. 

Pringle, Alexander Aug., 1863— July, 1869 Latham, 

s. of R. K. Pringle, Darley Dale. b. Oct. 27, 1850. XL 1869. 
Passed for direct Commn. 1870. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 1st R. 
Dragoons 1871. 56th Regt. 1873. Bombay S.C., 2nd Bombay 
Lancers 1876. Afghan Campaign, 1880—81. Medal. Lt.-Col. 
1898. Retired 1901. Jun. United Service Club, and 27, 
Pembroke Sq., Kensington, W.8. 

Shann, Alfred Aug., 1863— July, 1868 Orchard, 

s. of G. Shann, M.D., O.R., York. b. July 1, 1850. 97, 
Alcina Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

Sinclair, William Macdonald Aug., 1863— July, 1868 Hall, 

s. of Rev. W. Sinclair, Pulborough. b. June 3, 1850. Ball. 
Coll., Ox., Exh. 1867 ; Sch. 1868 ; 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1870 ; 
2nd CI. Litt. Hum. 1872 ; B.A. 1873 ; M.A. 1875 ; V. of St. 
Stephen's, Westminster 1880 ; Archd. London, and Canon, St. 
Paul's 1889—1911 ; D.D. 1892 ; Chap, in Ord. to Queen 
Victoria ; Hon. Chap, to King Edward VII. ; Chap, of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; Hon. D.D. Glasgow. Author, 
" The Chapels Royal," " Methods of Biblical Criticism," etc. 
R. of Shermanbury 1911. d. Dec. 4, 1917. 

Smith, Henry Hammond Aug., 1863 — Apr., 1868 Latham, 

s. of C. J. Smith, M.D., Insp. Gen. of Hospitals, b. Apr. 20, 
1850. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Member, B. M.A. Associate of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem. Late Asst. Commr., R. 
Commn. Arsenical Poisoning. Member, R. Commn. Tubercu- 
losis. Inspr., Army Foods for Local Govt. Bd., 1915 — 21. 
8, St. Alban's Mansions, Kensington Court, W.8. 

Bird, James Grant Jan., 1864— July, 1868 Hall, 

s. of Rev. C. R. Bird, Castle Eden Rect., Durham, b. Mar. 5, 
1850. Cheshire C.C. Hon. Gov., and Manchester County Sec, 
British and Foreign Bible Soc. V. of Ch. Ch., Dukinfield 1880. 
R.D. of Mottram 1913. Hon. Canon of Chester, d. Dec. 12, 
1920. 

Bladon, William Jan., 1864— Dec, 1867 Home B. 

s. of H. Bladon, Repton. b. Jan. 9, 1852. Pres. and Director, 
Merchants' and Savings Bank. Janesville, Wisconsin, U.S.A. 

Mason, Arthur James Jan., 1864 — July, 1868 G.P.C. 

s. of G. W. Mason, Morton Hall, Retford, b. May 4, 1851. 
Trim Coll., Camb., Mi. Sch. 1868. Sch. 1869. B.A., 8th 

Classic, 1872. Fellow, Trim Coll. 1873, Assist. Tutor 1874. 
Hulsean P. 1875. Hon. Canon, Truro 1878. R. of All Hallows, 
Barking 1884. B.D. 1887. D.D. 1890. Canon, Canterbury 



26 pears 1864 



1895. Lady Margaret Div. Prof., Camb. 1895. Fellow, Jesus 

Coll. 1896—1903. Master, Pemb. Coll. 1903—1912. Vice- 
Chancellor, Camb. Univ. 1908—10. Hon. Fellow, Jesus Coll. 

1909. Hon. D.D. Geneva 1909. Proctor in Convocation 1911. 

Hon. Chap, to H.M. the King 1911. Hon. Fellow, Pembroke 

Coll. 1912. Chap, of the Order of St. John 1916. Author, 

" Persecution of Diocletian," and numerous Theol. and Hist. 

works. The Precincts, Canterbury. 
Nanson, Edward James Jan., 1864 — Dec, 1869 Hall. 

s. of John Nanson, Carlisle, b. May 26, 1851. Trin. Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1874. Solicitor. Sapperton, Peaslake, Guild- 
ford. 
Paul, Stephen Cassan Jan., 1864— July, 1867 Priory. 

s. of Theodore Paul, Aberystwyth, b. Aug. 31, 1850. Assist. 

Sec, C.S. Commn. Lt.-Col. Commanding 3rd Kent Vol. Artil- 
lery, subsequently 2nd London Brig. R.F.A. (T.F) 1904 — 08. 

V.D. Hon. Col., retired 1908. d. Aug. 17, 1911. 
Peach, William Jan., 1864— July, 1867 Home B. 

s. of J. Peach, Repton. b. May 4, 1853. Cab proprietor. 

Brook End, Repton, Derby. 
Robinson, Gilbert Mainwaring Jan., 1864— July, 1869 Priory. 

s. of Rev. G. W. Robinson, Walmley Vic, Birmingham. 

b. Mar. 29, 1850. F.S. XI. 1869. 1st Agg. P. 1869. Christ's 

Coll., Camb., Sch. 1870. Camb. Boat 1872. B.A., Sen. Opt., 

1873. Solicitor. 
Way te, William Jan., 1864— Julv, 1868 Home B. 

s. of H. Wayte, Milton. b. Sept. 28, 1853. May field House, 

Hilton, Derby. 
Borton, Frederick Augustus May, 1864 — Dec, 1867 Orchard. 

s. of William Borton, Banbury, b. Oct. 23, 1850. St. Bees 

1873. V. of St. Paul's, Stockton-on-Tees 1877. d. June 11, 

1914. 
Brock, Henry May, 1864 — Oct., 1869 Hall. 

s. of Rev. O. Brock, Dengie, Essex, b. June 3, 1852. F.S. 

XL 1868, 69. Master, successively at Hellmuth Coll., Ontario. 

Upper Canada Coll., Toronto, and Toronto Church Sch. 130, 

Dunn Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 
Buxton, John Henry May, 1864— Apr., 1865 Hall. 

s. of T. F. Buxton, Leytonstone. b. Aug. 15, 1849. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1871. M.A. 1874. J. P., Herts. Easneye, 

Ware. 
Gresley, William Stukeley May, 1864— July, 1866 Home B. 

s. of Rev. J. M. Gresley, Master, Etwall Hosp. b. Nov. 7, 1852. 

Went to Bromsgrove Sch. Mining engineer. 63, Branston 

Rd., Burton-on-Trent. 
Starey, Thomas Arthur May, 1864 — Apr., 1866 Priory. 

s. of T. R. Starey, Daybrook House, Arnold, Nottingham. 

b. Nov. 24, 1849. 
Watts, George Edwards May, 1864— Apr., 1869 Home B. 

s. of Samuel Watts, Repton. b. Dec. 24, 1853. Draper, 

retired. Dove House, Mickleover, Derby. 
Barker, Charles Henry July, 1864— July, 1868 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. Auriol Barker, Baslow Vic, Derbys. b. Apr. 16, 

1851. Myton Grove, Myton, Warwick. 
Busby, Charles George Sept., 1864— July, 1868 Hall. 

s. of C. S. B. Busby, Hurst House, Chesterfield, b. Jan., 15, 

1851. J. P., Derbvs. Glenthorne, 4, Arundel Rd., Eastbourne. 
Glaughton, Henry William Sept., 1864 — July, 1870 Hall. 

s. of Rt. Rev.: Lord Bp. Colombo, O.R. b. Apr. 11, 1851. 

Univ. Coll., Ox. Rowed Head of River 1871—72. 2nd CI. 



1864 pears 27 



Class. Mods. 1872. B.A., 3rd CI. Litt. Hum., 1874. H.M. 
Insp. of Schools. Fornham St. Martin, Bury St. Edmunds. 

Francis, Edward Belcham Sept., 1864 — Dec, 1868 Priory. 

s. of C. W. Francis, South Church, Southend, b. July 30, 1850. 
I.C.S. 2nd place 1870. Assist. Comrar, Punjab 1872. Settle- 
ment Officer, Ferozepore 1884. Director, Land Records 1892. 
Retired 1897. Rayleigh, Essex. 

Frost, Thomas Sept., 1864— Dec, 1864 Home B. 

s. of Rev. A. Frost, C.M.S., Repton. b. Feb. 28, 1854. Engine- 
ering 1870—76. Colonist, N.Z. and Florida 1876—92. 
Engineer. 646, Plymouth Avenue, Rochester, U.S.A. 

Gresley, Geoffrey Ferrers Gresley Sept., 1864 — July, 1866 Hall. 
s. of Rev. J. M. Gresley, Master, Etwall Hospital, b. Aug. 17, 
1851. Went to Bromsgrove Sch. Sarum Coll. 1876. Coffee 
planter, Ceylon. V. of Woodstock, Capetown 1883. R. of 
Claremont, Cape Col. 1887. Assist. Chap., Robben Island 
1893. R. of Observatory, Capetown, 1896—1916. Canon of 
Capetown 1915. Assist. P. The Strand, 1917—22. St. 
Raphael's Home, Faur4, Cape Province. 

Grieve, Norman William Sept., 1864— July, 1869 Latham, 

s. of William Grieve, Branxholm Park, Hawick, N.B. b. Feb. 
27, 1852. Coffee, Tea and Rubber Planter, Ceylon. Pioneer, 
Rubber Industry, Malay States. Past Pres., Ceylon Assoc, 
and Rubber Growers Assoc. London. Jun. Carlton Club, Pall 
Mall, S.W.I. 

Maitland, Thomas Sept., 1864— July, 1867 Latham. 

s. of Stewart Maitland. b. June 8, 1854. 

Sandars, John Satterfield Sept., 1864— July, 1871 Latham, 

s. of C. Sandars, of Mackworth, nr. Derby, b. Jan. 15, 1853. 
Magd. Coll., Ox. M.A., D.C.L. (Honours Jurisprudence and 
Faculty of Law). Bar, Line. Inn 1877. Pri. Sec, Home 
Office 1886—92. Pri. Sec, Treasury 1895—1905. P.C. 1906. 
C.V.O. 1906. Eastley End, Thorpe, Surrey. 

Sowter, Francis Briggs Sept., 1864— July, 1869 Hall, 

s. of T. C. Sowter, Castle Donington. b. Mar. 28, 1852. C.C.C., 
Camb., Sch. B.A. 1876. M.A. 1885. V. of Holy Trim, 
Weymouth 1884—90. R. of Holy Trim, Dorchester 1895—98. 
Archdn. of Dorset 1889—1901. Chap, to Bp. of Sarum 1903— 
11. Preb. of Sarum, 1903. Canon Rea. of Sarum 1910-16. 
17, The Close, Salisbury. 

Tanner, Arthur Sept., 1864— July, 1867 G.P.C. 

s. of William Tanner, Bristol, b. June 16, 1851. Solicitor, 
retired, d. Aug. 18, 1921. 

Thornewill, Arthur Sept., 1864— Dec, 1869 Hall, 

s. of Robert Thornewill, The Abbey, Burton, b. Nov. 18, 1852. 
Sch. Consulting brewer. 25, Beechcroft Rd., Summertown, 
Oxford. 

Windley, Thomas Wilson Sept., 1864 — July, 1869 Priory. 

s. of W. Windley, Fernleigh House, Nottingham, b. May 1, 
1850. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1873. M.A. 1876. 
S.P.G. Miss., Tonghoo, Brit. Burmah 1876. V. of Sneinton, 
Nottingham 1884. R. of Thorpe, Ashbourne 1888—98. V. of 
All Saints, Nottingham 1902—12. d. Nov. 6, 1920. 

Windley, John William Sept., 1864— July, 1869 Priory, 

br. of the above, b. May 26, 1852. Business. Dunraymond, 
Lucknow Rd., Nottingham. 

Anderson, Francis Charles Jan., 1865— July, 1868 Orchard, 

s. of Findlay Anderson, Edinburgh, b. Jan. 23, 1850. I.C.S. 
1869. Retired. East India United Service Club, S.W.I. , and 
1, St. Helena Terrace, Richmond, Surrey. 



28 pears 1865 



Cradock, Thomas Jan., 1865 — Dec., 1867 Hall. 

s. of T. Cradock, Quorn Court, Loughborough. l>. Mai 
1861. J.P., GIos. M.F.H. d. Oct. 31, 1912. 

Inman, Ernest Stobart Jan., 1865— Dec, 1808 Orchard. 

s. of \V. Inman, Upton Manor, Birkenhead, b. Mar. 31, 1S5J. 

Lt. Commanding R.N. A.V. Liverpool Brig. 1879 — 82. Gen. 

Man., Inman Steamship Co. 1881 — 86. Gen. Man., Weaver 

Navigation 1892—1919. C.B. 1882. J. P. Cheshire 1907. 

M.B.E. 1920. Seaholm, Morlan Park, Rhyl, N. Wales. 
Mosley, Ernald Jan., 1865— Dec, 1869 Hall. 

s. of Sir T. Mosley, Bart., Rolleston Hall, Burton-on-Trent. 

b. Oct. 29, 1851. Trin. Coll., Camb. J. P., Middx. Monksgate 

House, Nuthurst, nr. Horsham, Sussex. 
Slingsby, Frederick William Jan., 1865 — July, 1871 Priory. 

s. of J. Slingsby, Carleton, Yorks. b. July 29, 1852. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1875. Bar, Line. Inn. J. P., W. Riding. 

Major (retired) Cavalry unattached. Remount Commn. 1914— 

18. Yorkshire Club, York. 
Johnstone, James M. Apr., 1865 — July, 1865 Mitre. 

s. of T. F. Johnstone, Madras Cavalry, b. Feb. 19, 1851. 

Solicitor. 
Kirby, Alfred Apr., 1865— Apr., 1868 Mitre. 

s. of T. H. Kirby, Allesley, Warwicks. b. May 24, 1851. Solici- 
tor. Coundon, nr. Coventry. 
Pattinson, John Apr., 1865 — July, 1869 Home B. 

s. of John Pattinson, O.R., Repton. b. Mar. 11, 1854. Post- 
master, Repton. d. Aug. 24, 1913. 
Richardson, James Wilson Apr., 1865 — Dec, 1868 Mitre. 

s. of J. B. Richardson, Sneaton Hall. b. Sept. 5, 1851. Lt.- 

Col. Commanding 4th Batt. P.W.O. Yorks. Regt. 1896—1901. 

Hon. Col. 1897. J. P., N. and W. Ridings. Junior Carlton 

Club, and 32, St. Mary's, York. 
Cobbold, Robert Russell June, 1865— July, 1872 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. R. H. Cobbold, Broseley Rect. b. Mar. 7, 1853. 

Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1876. M.A. 1879. V. of 

St. Leonard's, Leicester 1880. V. of Earl's Barton, Northamp- 
ton 1883 — 1903. Hitcham Red., Ipswich. 
Cobbold, Charles Herbert June, 1865 — July, 1870 Mitre. 

br. of the above, b. Aug. 26, 1854. Went to Rossall Sch. 

Estate agent and mining engineer. The Manor House, Scaftworth, 

Bawtry, Yorks. 
Anderson, Henry Aiken Sept., 1865 — July, 1869 Orchard. 

s. of Findlay Anderson, Edinburgh, b. Feb. 22, 1851. I.C.S. 

8th place 1871. Waziristan, Afghan Delimitation Commn. 1894 

—95, Medal with Clasp. Punjab Frontier, 1897—98, Medal 

with Clasp. C.S.I. 1897. Commr. Retired 1906. 2, Lans- 

downe Crescent, Edinburgh. 
Barton, John George Sept., 1865 — Apr., 1868 Latham. 

s. of James Barton, Farndreg House, Dundalk. b. Oct. 14, 

1850. C.B. 1900. Knighted 1902. F.S.I. , M.Inst. C.E. Late 

Commr. of Valuation, and Chief Boundary Surveyor, Ireland. 

Clubs, Windham, and Constitutional, and Farndreg, Co. 

Louth. 
Butler, Henry Sept., 1865— Apr., 1867 Home B. 

s. of — Butler, Repton. b. Mar. 20, 1855. R.M.L.I. 
Cooper, Edward Augustus Sept., 1S65 — July, 1872 Orchard. 

s. of E. P. Cooper, Bar, Mid. Temple, b. June 21, 1853. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1876. M.A. 1880. M.A. 

Melbourne Univ. 1886. Headmaster, Orleton Prep. Sch , 

Scarborough, 1890—1914. d. Mar. 9, 1914. 



1865 pears 29 

Edgcumbe, Richard Wiseman Sept., 1865 — July, 1867 Orchard. 
s. of R. D. Edgcumbe, Edgcumbe, Milton Abbot, Tavistock, 
b. Dec. 23, 1853. d. at Taos, New Mexico, 1911. 

Fisher, Ismay Sept., 1865 — July, 1868 G.P.C. 

s. of J. Ismay Fisher, Harworth. b. Aug. 22, 1851. Journalist, 
d. at Winterton, Scunthorpe, Apr. 4, 1922. 

Greig, Cloudesley Edward Bridge Sept., 1865— Dec, 1868 Mitre, 
s. of — ■ Greig, LL.D., Walthamstow House, Essex, b. May 24, 
1851. XL 1868. 

Harrison, Pryce Devereux Sept., 1865 — July, 1870 Latham. 

s. of Richard P. Harrison, C.S.I. Calcutta, b. Aug. 23, 1852. 
The New Watson, Fairmont, W. Virginia. 

Hodgkinson, George Sept., 1865 — Apr., 1869 Mitre, 

s. of G. Hodgkinson, Wirksworth. b. Sept. 6, 1852. 

Knight, Henry Palmer Sept., 1865 — Apr., 1867 Orchard, 

s. of T. J. Knight, Barrister-at-law, Q.C., Tasmania, b. Sept. 
2, 1850. R.E. 1871. Lt.-Col. and Brevet Col. Retired 1903. 
Sec, R. Albert Yacht Club, Portsmouth 1906 — 07. d. Mar. 
12, 1911. 

Lawford, Herbert Fortescue Sept., 1865 — Apr., 1868 Latham, 
s. of T. A. Lawford, Elmwood, Kenley, Surrey, b. May 15, 
1851. Lawn tennis doubles Championship 1880 ; Irish do. 
1884 ; Singles Irish Championship 1884, 85, 86 ; World's Singles 
Championship 1887. Drumnagesk, Dess, R.S.O., Aberdeen- 
shire. 

Macnamara, Walter Henry Sept., 1865 — Dec, 1868 Orchard. 
s. of H. Macnamara, Barrister-at-law. b. Aug. 7, 1851. Bar, 
Inner Temple 1874. Master Supreme Court 1902. Sec. and 
Registrar, Railway and Canal Commn. Delegate appointed by 
Foreign Office to represent Gt. Britain at Internat. Ry. Con- 
gress, Paris 1900, Washington 1905, and Berne 1910. Vice- 
Pres., Norwegian Club. d. Sept. 17, 1920. 

Pears, Thomas Caldwell Sept., 1865 — July, 1870 Hall. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. Sir Thomas Pears, K.C.B. b. June 27, 1851. 
XL 1870. 70th Regt. 1872. Indian Army 1876. Afghan 
War, 1878—79, Thai Chotiali F.F., Medal and Despatches. 
Entered Indian Polit. Dept. 1881. Lt.-Col. 1898. Retired 
1906. d. Nov. 17, 1921. 

Penny, Edmund Sept., 1865 — Apr., 1867 Latham, 

s. of Alfred Penny, Holloway. b. Apr. 23, 1852. Went to 
Cheltm. Coll. and Coopers Hill. Pub. Works Dept., India 1874. 
Nagpur Waterworks 1890. CLE. 1900. d. Aug. 13, 1919. 

Pownall, Henry Harrison Sept., 1865— July, 1872 Hall. 

s. of J. F. Pownall, 63 Russell Sq. b. Aug. 22, 1853. Trin. 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1876. M.A. 1880. Bar, Line Inn 1878. 
J. P. d. June 26, 1913. 

Treilhard, Ernest S. Sept., 1865 — Dec, 1866 Orchard. 

s. of S. Treilhard, 7, Carlton Hill East, N.W. b. Dec. 29, 1851. 

Vincent, Matson Sept., 1865— Apr., 1870 Orchard, 

s. of Major J. R. Vincent, Wakefield, b. Sept. 3, 1850. Univ. 
Coll., Ox. B.A., 4th CI. Theol., 1874. M.A. 1877. V. of 
Gt. Ouseburn 1891—1921. HO. Femleigk, Stanley, Wake- 
field. 

Woodcock, Arthur Baldwin Sept , 1865 — July, 1867 Hall, 

s. of J. Woodcock. Wigan, b Apr 27, 1853. Trin. Coll., 
Camb, B.A. 1877. Bar, Line. Inn 1884 Maj. late 3rd S 
Lanes. Regt. c/o H. S. Woodcock, Esq., The Elms, Wigan. 

Atkinson, Edward Leycester Jan., 1866 — Dec, J 869 Priory. 

s. of Rev. J. C. Atkinson, Danby, Grosmont, York. b. Nov. 
26, 1851. Manager, Colonial Bank, Port of Spain. 



30 pears 1866 



Campbell, Charles H. H. Jan., 1866 — Apr., 1867 Mitre. 

s. of J. G. Campbell, Lancaster Gate. b. May 16, 1852. 
Goldle, John Henry Tan., 1866 — July, 1868 Priory. 

s. of J. H. Goldie, H.E.I.C.S., Bath. b. Aug. 7, 1851. d. at 

Leamington, Oct. 22, 1922. 
Graves, Robert Elly Jan., 1866— Apr., 1867 Hall. 

s. of S. R. Graves, M.P., Liverpool, b. Jan. 15, 1851. d. Jan. 

20, 1906. 
Gresley, Roger St. John Jan., 1866— July, 1866 Home B. 

s. of Rev. J. M. Gresley, Master, Etwall Hospital, b. June 19. 

1854. Went to Chardstock Sch. Sarum Theol. Coll. 1875. V. 

of Rowbarton, Somerset 1881. V. of West Pennard 1901 — 11. 

V. of Butleigh 1916—19. Pr-b. of Wells 1898—1912, and 1918 

— 19. H.O. St. Raphael's Home, Faure, Cape Province. 
Lees, Henry Jan., 1886 Dec, 1867 Mitre. 

s. of S. Lees, Ashton-under-Lyne. b. July 15, 1853. Vron, 

Deganwy, Llandudno. 
Soresby, Charles Holbrooke Jan., 1866— Dec, 1867 Hall. 

s. of W. C. Soresby, Alvaston. b. Nov. 27, 1852. The Firs. 

Shardlow, Derby. 
Soresby, Walter James Jan., 1866— Dec, 1867 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Apr. 7, 1854. Nunsfield, St. Edmund's 

Avenue, the Glebe, Hunstanton. 
Stanley, Charles Herbert Jan., 1866 — Apr., 1870 Hall. 

s. of C. Stanley, b. Apr. 23, 1852. Stockbroker. Holmwood, 

Datchet, and 29, Cornhill, E.C.3. 
Stanley, Arthur John Jan., 1866— Dec, 1871 Hall. 

br. of the- above, b. June 26, 1853. XI. 1871. Clapham 

Rovers' winning Assoc. Cup team 1880. Winner, with C. E. 

Farrcr, all comers' lawn tennis doubles 1886. Stockbroker. 

29, Cornhill, E.C.3. 
West, Ahred Edward Jan., 1866 — Apr., 1867 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. W. West, Delgany, Co. Wicklow. b. Aug. 13, 1851. 

Kilcronev, Bray, Co. Wicklow. 
Wilkinson, John Slater Jan., 1866 — Feb., 1870 Home B. 

s. ot J. S. Wilkinson, Repton. b. June 6, 1851. Went to 

British Columbia 1897. d. at Vancouver, Nov., 1915. 
Wilkinson, Edward Stephen Jan., 1866 — Feb., 1870 Home B. 

br. of the above, b. Jan. 11, 1853. Went to British Columbia 

1876. Provincial land surveyor, d. 
Wilson, Edward Brooke Jan., 1866 — July, 1871 Priory. 

s. of B. Wilson, Mirfield. b. Mar. 25, 1852. B.N.C., Ox. 3rd 

CI. Class. Mods. 1873. B. A. 1874. Solicitor, d. June 1, 1915. 
Wood, Guv Jan., 1866 — Apr., 1867 Mitre. 

s. of R. Wood, Ashton-under-Lyne. b. Apr. 23, 1850. 
Wright, George Jan., 1866— July, 1870 Home B. 

s. of William Wright, Repton. b. Jan. 15, 1855. Clerk. c\o 

Truman, Hanbury, Buxton e> Co., Burton-on-Trent. 
Aldous, John Edmond Paul Apr., 1866— July, 1872 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Aldous, Sheffield, b. Dec. 8, 1853. Trim Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1876. Organist. 13, Augusta St., Hamilton, 

Ontario. 
Bladon, Arthur Apr., 1866— Dec, 1868 Home B. 

s. of Thomas Bladon, Repton. b. Feb. 5, 1854. Plumber. 

(1. at Repton, Sept. 29, 1919. 
Bovill, Robert Stephenson Apr., 1866 — Dec, 1808 Hall. 

s. of Sir W. Bovill, Ld. Chief Justice of Common Pleas, b. 

Mar. 3, 1852. Tea planter, Ceylon, retired. 
Bowling, Hamilton Ross Apr., 1866 — Dec, 18(59 Mitre, 

s. of John Pierce Bowling, b. Jan. 26, 1852, d. 



1866 pears 31 



Glover, Charles James Apr., 1866— Apr., 1867 G.P.C. 

s. of R. Clover, Birkenhead, b. Dec. 5, 1851. Shipbuilder. 

34, Bidston Rd., Oxton, Birkenhead. 
Davenport, Harold Devereux Apr., 1866 — Apr., 1867 Orchard. 

s. of J. L. Davenport, Derby, b. Jan. 26, 1853. 
Deck, Henry Legh Richmond Apr., 1866— July, 1872 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. J. Deck, St. Stephen's Vic, Hull. b. May 30, 1853. 

C.C.C., Camb. Dykes Sch. and Mawson Sch. B.A., 3rd CI. 

Class., 1876. M.A. 1880. V. of St. Stephen's, Hull 1882. V. 

of H. Trim, Sheffield 1889. V. of St. Mark's, Wolverhampton 

1892. V. of Ch. Ch., Folkestone 1897. d. Oct. 14, 1910. 
Mackenzie, Douglas Hay Apr., 1866 — -Dec, 1868 Latham. 

s. of A. Mackenzie 19, Charlotte Sq., Edinburgh, b. June 12, 

1851. 
Richardson, Christopher Apr., 1866 — Dec, 1870 Mitre. 

s. of J. B. Richardson, Sneaton Hall, Whitby, b. Aug. 11, 

1853. 1st Agg. P. 1870. Field House, Whitby, Yorks. 
Robinson, Arthur Edward Apr., 1866 — July, 1870 Priory. 

s. of J. Robinson, Westwood Hall, Leek. b. Aug. 25, 1851. 

XI. 1870. Trin. Coll., Camb. Univ. Swimming Club Long 

Dive medal 1871. Capt., Univ. Assoc. Football Club 1872—73. 

B.A., 2nd CI. Theol., 1874. M.A. 1878. H.O. Elm Tor, 

Ilfracombe. 
Sinclair, John Stewart Apr., 1866 — Apr., 1872 Hall. 

s. of Rev. W. Sinclair, Pulborough. b. May 15, 1853. Oriel 

Coll., Ox. Ox. Boat 1874. Pres., Univ. Chess Club 1874. 2nd 

CI. Hist. 1875. B.A. 1876. M.A. 1879. V. of St. Dionis, 

Fulham 1885. V. and R.D. of Cirencester 1898 — 1908. Hon. 

Canon, Gloucester 1901 — 08. Archdeacon, Cirencester 1908. 

d. Apr. 30, 1919. 
Wilkinson, Richard Wright Apr., 1866— Feb., 1870 Home B. 

s. of J. S. Wilkinson, Repton. b. Feb. 7, 1856. d. 
Acton, Thomas Hampden Evans Sept., 1866 — Dec, 1869 Latham. 

s. of W. Acton, Brookville, Reheny, Dublin, b. Dec. 11, 1854. 

R.A. Lt.-Col. and Brevet Col., retired. Trained and Com- 
manded (on Home Service) 3 Bdes, R.F.A. as a Div. Ammn. 

Column, 1915 — 18. Knockeadar, Bray, Co. Wicklow. 
Anderson, John Ramsay Sept., 1866— -July, 1869 Orchard. 

s. of Francis Anderson, W.S., Edinburgh, b. May 25, 1851. 

W.S. 52, P aimer ston Place, Edinburgh. 
Blackett, Edward Umfreville Sept., 1866 — Apr., 1870 Hal). 

s. of Capt. E. A. Blackett, R.N. b. May 19, 1853. R.A. Col., 

half pay 1904. Lord of the Manor oi Wylam. d. Dec. 13, 1920. 
Bower, Herbert Morris Sept., 1866 — July, 1873 Hall. 

s. of A. Bower, J. P., Ripon. b. Feb. 14, 1854. 1st Agg. P. 

1873. Trin. Coll., Camb. Equal 2nd Hooper Oration P. 1876. 

1st CI. Mor. Sci. 1876. B.A. 1877. M.A. 1881. Bar, Mid. 

Temple 1883. J. P. Ripon Liberty and W. Riding. Capt., 3rd 

York and Lane. Regt. Mil. 1894—1901. and 5th W. Yorks Regt. 

(T.F.) 1914—19. Mayor, Ripon 1907, 08. 6, Ferndale, 

Tunbridge Wells. 
Bragge, George Stephenson Sept., 1866 — Apr., 1870 Mitre. 

s. of W. Bragge, Sheffield, b. July 13, 1853. Colliery manager, 

Glare, Harcourt Everard Sept., 1866— July, 1870 G.P.C, 

. s. of William H. Clare, Twycross, Leics. b. Jan. 27, 1854. 

Clerk of Peace and Clerk, Lanes. C.C. Late Town Clerk, Liver- 
pool. Solicitor. Knighted 1916. d. Mar. 1, 1922. 
Fanshawe, Herbert Charles Sept., 1866 — July, 1780 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. J. Faithfull Fanshawe. b. Mar. 28, 1852. I.C.S. 

selected, 4th place 1871. 5th place 1873. Assist. Commr., 



32 pears 1 866 



Punjab 1873. Settlement Officer, Rohtak 1875 — 79. Under 

Sec, Punjab Gov. 1879. Revenue Sec. 1890. Dep. Commr. 

1892. Chief Sec. 1890— 98. Commr., Delhi Div. 1899. Mem- 
ber, Punjab Leg. Council 1899. Member, Supreme Leg. 

Council 1900. C.S.I. 1900. Retired 1901. F.R.A.S., F.R.G.S., 

F.R.H.S. Author, " Delhi Past and Present." Editor, 

" Murray's Handbook of India," " Memoirs of Lady Fanshawc." 

c/o H. S. King S> Co., 6, Pall Mall, S.W.I. 
Fanshawe, Reginald Sept., 1866— July, 1872 Mitre. 

br. of the above, b. Feb. 20, 1855. F.S. Sch. 1868. New 

Coll., Ox., Exh. 1872. Sch. 1873. 1st CI. Class. Mods. 1873. 

B.A., 1st CI. Litt. Hum., 1876. Fellow and M.A. 1878. Prof., 

Greek and Latin, Univ. Coll., Bristol 1879—1902. Emeritus 

Prof. 1902. D. Litt. 1912. Author, " Undercurrent and 

Afterglow," " Two Lives." " Corydon." Avenue House, St. 

Albans. 
Fletcher, Philip Albert Sept., 1866— Apr., 1869 Hall. 

s. of P. H. Fletcher, Chester, b. Jan. 5, 1853. Business, 

Liverpool. 
Giffard, George Campbell Sept., 1866— Dec, 1871 Latham. 

s. of Capt. J. C. Giffard, 53, St. George's Sq., London, b. Apr. 

11, 1853. XL 1871. Clerk in House of Commons 1873. 

J. P., Chertsey Div., Surrey. Bulkeley House, Englefield Green, 

Surrey. 
Hayes, Richard Sept., 1866— Julv, 1872 Orchard. 

s. of R. Hayes, Banbridge. b. Nov. 17, 1854. T.C.D., Sch. 

1877. Theol. Exh. 1880. B.D. 1891. Canon, Deny 1893. 

Canon, St. Patrick's 1903. Dean of Derry 1911—21. St. 

Columb's, Branksome Avenue, Bournemouth. 
Jackson, Hugh Sept., 1866 — July, 1870 Hall. 

s. of F. Jackson, Wisbech, b. July 12, 1852. J. P., Lines. 

The Club, Cromer. 
Jackson, Charles Ernest Sept., 1866— July, 1871 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Oct. 12, 1854. Gonv. and Caius Coll., 

Camb. Solicitor. 18, Clarkson Avenue, Wisbech, Catnbs. 
McConnel, John Wanklyn Sept., 1866— July, 1873 Latham. 

s. ot W. McConnel, Knockdolian, Ayrshire, b. Feb. 14, 1855. 

Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb., Sch. 1874; B.A. 1877; M.A. 

1881 ; Bar, Line. Inn 1882 ; J. P., Manchester and Ayrshire ; 

Chm., Fine Cotton Spinners' and Doublers' Association, Ltd. ; 

Chm. of Council, Empire Cotton Growing Corpn. ; Dir., 

Williams Deacons Bank, Ltd. d. May 25, 1922. 
Mason, Henry William Sept., 1866— July, 1872 Hall. 

s. of H. Mason, Wakefield, b. Jan. 14, 1855. Mechanical 

engineer, Melbourne, Australia 1879 — 94. Consulting engineer. 

4, St. John's North, Wakefield. 
Parker, George Sept., 1866 — Apr., 1871 Priory. 

s. of 11. Parker, Streethorpe. b. June 13, 1853. 
Reddie, James Charles Sept., 1 866 — July, 186!) Mitre. 

s. oi C. Reddie, Glasgow, b. Sept. 27, 1850. d. fan. 7, 1922. 
Roberts, Samuel Sept., 1866 Apr., 1871 Orchard. 

s. of S. Roberts, | P., Queens' Tower. !>. Apr. 30, 1862. Trin. 

Coll., Camb li A , Sen. Opt., 1875. M.A. 1878. Bar. Inner 
Cinple 1878 J. P., D.L, and Dep Chm , Or. Sessions, W. 

Riding Lord Mayor, Sheffield 1900 MP. for Ecclesall Div . 
field since 190 I 1919, Dir , Can 

Laird <S Co., and National Prov. i:l. , Eng. Chm. Selection 

Committee, House of Commons. P.C. 1922. Clubs, Carlton, 

and Oxford and Cambridge. Queer's Tower, Sheffield, and 

4, Whitehall Court, S.W.I. 



1866 1>earS 33 



Symonds, Arthur Sept., 1866 — Dec, 1866 Priory. 

s. of S. Symonds, Handforth, Cheshire, b. Feb. 12, 1856. 
Went to Eton Coll. B.N.C., Ox. 1874. B.A. 1878. M.A. 
1883. V. of Poulton 1884. K. of St. Thomas', Stockport 1886. 
V. of Over Tabley 1900. Hon Canon, Chester 1920. d. Feb. 
18, 1922. 
Thomas, George Tucker Sept., 1866 — Apr., 1869 Priory. 

s. of Rev. J. Thomas, Mengnanapuram, Tinnevelley, S. India, 
b. Sept. 25, 1851. L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 1873. I. M.S. 1875. 
Lt.-Col., retired. 16, St. James' Sq., S.W.I. 
Wise, Alfred Gascoyne Sept., 1866 — Apr., 1873 Mitre. 

s. of A. Wise, Ceylon, b. Aug. 15, 1854. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
LL.B. 1877. Bar, Line. Inn 1878. Police Magistrate, Hong- 
kong 1884. Registrar, Supreme Court, Hongkong 1892. 
Puisne Judge, Supreme Court, Hongkong 1895. Retired 1909. 
Valroy, London Rd., Camber ley. 
Hunter, Donald Ross Jan., 1867— July, 1871 Priory. 

s. of Ven. Archd. Hunter, St. Matthew's Vic, Bayswater. b. 
Dec. 14, 1851. XI. 1869, 70, Capt. 1871. 1st Agg. P. 1871. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1875. Bar, Line Inn 1876. Farming 
in New Zealand. 
Molyneux, William Berkeley Jan., 1867— July, 1868 Latham. 
s. of Capt. Molyneux, Hartwood Hall, Chorley. b. June 10, 
1852. Retired 1907, after 28 years as Sub- Agent and Agent to 
Bank of England in Plymouth, Newcastle, Birmingham and 
Portsmouth. 5, Craneswater Park, Southsea 
Purdon, Edward Winter Jan., 1867— July, 1872 Orchard. 

s. of G. N. Purdon, Lisnabin Castle, Killucan, Westmeath. b. 
May 10, 1853. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1876. 9th Rifle 
Brig. Col., retired. Lisnabin, Killucan, Co. Westmeath. 
Robertson, Montague Alexander Jan., 1867 — July, 1869 Latham. 
s. of R. Robertson, Auchleeks, Perthshire, b. Oct. 17, 1854. 
Farming. Coalburn, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
Robinson, William Jan., 1867 — Apr., 1868 Latham 

s. of G. Robinson, Heath Bank, Kersal, Manchester, b. Nov. 
22, 1852. C.C.C., Camb. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1882. V. of 
Higham 1886. R. of Eggesford, Wembworthy 1900—10. 
Little Felcourt, Lingfield, E. Grinstead. 
Shad well, Leycester Montagu Oswald 

Jan., 1867— Dec, 1870 Orchard. 

s; of G. A. F. Shadwell, Barnes, b. Oct. 6, 1852. Retired 

Inspr. of Stock, N.S.W. Govt. Merrie Knoll, Upper Dragon 

St., Warwick. Queensland. 

Sprott, James Henry Jan., 1867 — July, 1867 Orchard. 

s. of J. Sprott, Shrewsbury, b. June 22, 1852. Solicitor, 

Shrewsbury, d. Jan. 30, 1919. 

Story, William Frederick Jan., 1867— Dec, 1870 Priory. 

s. of Gen. G. V. Story, Nottingham. b. Apr. 3, 1852 F.S, 

XL 1869, 70. Late Commanding 3rd H.L.I. S. Africa, 

Queen's Medal with 4 clasps. C.B. D.L. The Forest. 

Nottingham. 

Bovill, Alfred Karslake May, 1867— Apr., 1871 Mitre. 

s. of Sir W. Bovill, Ld. Chief Justice of Common Pleas, b. Nov. 

24, 1854. Late Principal Forest Officer, Cyprus. I.S.O. 

Dougall, Frederick Maitland- May, 1867— July, 1868 Mitre. 

s. of Adm. W. Heriot Maitland-Dougall. b. Jan. 17, 1854. 

Went to Vancouver 1887. Cotton broker, d. Oct. 21, 1916. 

Lombe, Ralph Henry Fenwick May, 1867— Apr., 1873 Hall. 

s. of Rev. E. Lombe, Westoe, Torquay, b. July 28, 1854. 

C.C.C., Camb. Norfolk Regt. Jowaki Exp., 1877—78, Medal 



34 pears 1867 



with Clasp. Afghan War, 1879 — 80, Despatches and Medal 
with Clasp. Burmese Exp., 1887—89, Despatches and Clasp. 

Maj. 1892. Chitral, 1895, Despatches, Medal with Clasp. 

Lt.-Col., retired. J. P., Notts. O.C. Depot, Norfolk Regt. 

1914 — 16. Manor House, Grafton Regis, Stony Stratford. 
Page, Laurence Bernard May, 1867— Julv, 1873 Hall. 

s. of W. B. Page, St. Ann's, Carlisle, b. Aug. 16, 1851. Sch. 

1869. Queen's Coll., Ox., Exh. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1875. 

B. A., 1st CI. Jurisp., 1876. Solicitor to G. W. Ry. Co. 1909—19. 

Junior Carlton Club, and 69, Albert Hall Mansions, S.W.7. 
Playne, Charles Morton May, 1867 — July, 1868 Priory. 

s. of Charles Playne, Nailsworth. b. Mar. 18, 1851. Emigrated 

1888. Albany, W. Australia. 
Reade, John William Paley May, 1867— Doc, 1870 Hall. 

s. of Rev. W. Reade, Marton Vic, Lines, b. Sept. 13, 1856. 

F.S. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1880. H.(). 

Ollerton Vic, Newark. 
Ringrose-Voase, William Ringrose 

May, 1867— July, 1869 Orchard. 

s. of T. Ringrose-Voase. b. Apr. 11, 1852. Jesus Coll., Camb. 

J. P., E. Riding. Yorks. Artill. Mil. Hon. Maj. d. Aug. 5, 

1913. 
Trotter, Stuart May, 1867— July, 1869 Orchard. 

s. of Capt. J. Trotter, 2nd Life Guards, Dyrham Park, Barnet. 

b. June 27, 1851. J. P., Herts. Land agent. Manor House, 

Burstow, Horley, Surrey. 
Armitage, Stephen Sept., 1867— July, 1872 Hall. 

s. of Rev. F. J. Armitage, Casterton Vic, Kirkby Lonsdale. 

b. Jan. 9, 1855. C.C.C., Camb., Sch. 1874. B.A. 1879. C.E. 

d. June 10, 1912. 
Birks, Herbert Alfred Sept., 1867— July, 1874 Latham. 

s. of Rev. T. R. Birks, Trin. Vic, Camb. b. Jan. 24, 1856. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. F. Sch. 1877. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1878. 

2nd CI. Theol. 1880. M.A. 1882. Seatonian P. 1890. Y. of 

Churchstow-with-Kingsbridge 1895 — -1921. Barton House, 

Dawlish. 
Butcher, Ronald A. Sept., 1867 —Eel)., 1870 Priory. 

s. of S. Butcher, Sheffield, b. May 4, 1854. 
Crane, Willi im Henry Sept., 1867— July, 1869 Mitre. 

s. of Hon. W. Crane, Sackville, N. Brunswick, b. Apr. 23, 1853. 

Went to Marlborough Coll. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. 

Law, 1875. LL.B. 1876. Bar, Line Inn 1878. 1, Leicester 

St., Leamingtom. 
Dalmahoy, James Alexander Sept., 1867 — July, 1871 Latham. 

s. of P. Dalmahoy, 31, Charlotte Sq., Edinburgh, b. Dec 8, 

1853. Col. in command, 1st Midlothian R.G.A. Vol. 1898 

1908, 1st Lowland Brig. R.F.A. till June 1909. M.V.O. W.S. 

d. Sept. 18, 1911. 
Dlck-Lauder, George William Dalrymple 

Sept., 1867— July, 1868 Latham. 

s. of Sir J. Dick-Lauder, Bart., Edinburgh, b. Sept. 4, 1852. 
India, Opium Dept., retired 1908. Succeeded brother as 10th 

Bart. 1919. 10. Regent Terrace, Edinburgh, and Fountainhall, 

Pencaitland, Haddington. 
Dick-Lauder, Stair Sept., 1867— July, 1808 Latham. 

br. of the above, b. Nov. 4, 1853. Albany Club, Toronto, 

Canada. 
Ford, Frederick Wor maid Justice Sept., 1867— July, 1872 Priory. 

s. of W. A. Ford, London, b. Oct. 14, 1854. XI. 1871, 72. 

Solicitor, d. Sept. 11, 1920. 



1867 pears 35 

French, Arthur John St. George Stpt., 1867 — July, 1872 Hall, 
s. of C. French, Clooniquin. b. Feb. 24, 1853. T.C.D. 1st CI. 
Honourman and Lat. Comp. Prizeman. Prince of W. North 
Staffs. Regt. Capt. 1883. Zululand 1887—88. High Sheriff 
1902. Map, retired. J. P. Clooniquin, Co. Roscommon. 

Gardner, Arthur Agg- Sept., 1867— July, 1868 Hall, 

s. of J. Agg-Gardner, Hadley House, Cheltenham, b. May 1, 

1854. 4th S. Wales Borderers 1871. Maj. and Hon. Lt.-Col. 
1895. Retired. Carlton Club, and 69, Pall Mall, S.W.I. 

Harrison, Alfred Gethyn Sept., 1867 — Dec, 1873 Latham. 

s. of Richard P. Harrison, C.S.I, b. Dec. 5, 1855. F. XI. 1870, 

71, 72, 73. With Nat. Bank of India, London and Bombay 1874 

— 82. H.O., Epis. Ch., America 1888. 5/. Luke's Rectory, 

, 1256, Poplar St., Denver, Colorado, U.S.A. 

Hewgill, Arthur Hugh Sept., 1867— July, 1871 Home B. 

s. of Arthur Hewgill, M.D., O.R., Repton. b. June 21, 1854. 
Oneroa, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Jones, Henry Martyn Cadman- Sept., 1867— July, 1873 Hall. 
s. of H. Cadman- Jones, b. Mar. 2, 1854. Clare Coll., Camb. 
B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1877. M.A. 1880. Solicitor. 9, Durham 
Terrace, Westbourne Gardens, W ., and 23, Red Lion Sq., W.C.I. 

Lowry, Somerset Corry Sept., 1867 — July, 1873 Orchard, 

s. of J. C. Lowry, Q.C., Rockdale, Dungannon. b. Mar. 21, 

1855. Trin. Hall, Camb., Sch. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1877. 
M.A. 1881. V. of North Holmwood, Dorking 1891. V. of St. 
Augustine's, Bournemouth 1900. R. of Wonston 1911. V. of 
St. Bartholomew, Southsea 1914 — -19. 7, Madeira Rd., 
Bournemouth. 

Quin, James E. Sept., 1867 — Dec, 1867 Orchard, 

s. of Maj. Quin, Bombay, b. Apr. 23, 1854. 

Reid, James N. Sept., 1867— Apr., 1869 Orchard, 

s. of T. Reid, Singapore, b. Sept. 21, 1854. 

Richardson, Thomas Arthur Sept., 1867— July, 1869 G.P.C. 

s. of Rev. T. Richardson, Newport, b. Sept. 5, 1854. Berk- 
hamstead School, Exh. 1872. Guy's Hosp., Sch. 1872. 
M.R.C.S., L.S.A. 1876, Consulting surg. and Vice Pres., 
Croydon Gen. Hosp. 36, Churchill Rd., Boscombe, Hants. 

Robinson, John Frederick Sept., 1867 — Apr., 1868 Priory, 

s. of J. Robinson, Westwood Hall, Leek. b. May 27, 1853. 
M.Inst.C.E., M.I.M.E. J. P. d. July 12, 1918. 

Ryle, Reginald John Sept., 1867 — Dec, 1873 Hall, 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Liverpool, b. Dec. 5, 1854. Trin. 
Coll., Ox. B.A., 2nd CI. Nat. Sci., 1877. M.R.C.S. M.D. Ox. 
Med. Off. Bradfield Coll. Tutts Clump, Bradfield, Berks. 

Shipton, Arthur Sept., 1867— July, 1873 Orchard, 

s. of W. P. Shipton, Buxton, b. Dec. 3, 1855. XL 1873. 
M.R.C.S., L.S.A. 1877. F.R.C.S. Edin. 1882. 2, The Square, 
Buxton. 

Sinclair, Hugh Montgomerie Sept., 1867 — Apr., 1872 Hall, 

s. of Rev. W. Sinclair, Pulborough. b. Feb. 23, 1855. Wool- 
wich, 1st PI. 1872. R.E., 1st PI. and Pollock Medal 1874. 
Pri. Sec. to High Commr., Cyprus 1881—86. Staff. Coll., 2nd 
PI. 1888. Ashanti Exp., 1895—96, C.R.E. Despatches. Mil. 
Sec. to Lt.-Gen. Comm. Bengal 1899. A.A.G., S. Africa, 1900, 
Despatches. Col. 1903. Chief Engineer, Scottish Command 
1908. C.B. 1910. Commandant Rlys. and Roads Training 
Centre 1914—19. Despatches twice. C.M.G. 1917. C.B.E. 
1919. Banning House, Maidstone. 



36 pears 1867 



Slingsby, John Arthur Sept., 1867— Sept., 1867 Priory. 

s. of J. Slingsby, Carleton, Yorks. b. May 23, 1854. Left on 
account of ill-health. Carlabeck, Skipton-in-Craven. 

Trethewy, Henry Sept., 1867— Dec, 1870 Hall, 

s. of H. Trethewy, Silsoe, Beds. b. Aug. 2, 1854. Went to 
Brighton Coll. Trin. Coll., Ox. 1873. B.A. 1884. M.A. 1887. 
V. of Hatton, Warwick 1893. V. of Flixton 1907 14. 
Willoughby Vicarage, Rugby. 

Olaughton, Francis Arthur Cartwright 

Jan., 1868 -July, 1873 Hall, 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Colombo, O.R., b. Nov. 24, 1854. XL 
1872,73. F.XI. 1872. K.O.S.B. 1874. Afghan War, 1879- -so, 
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Crowder, William Irwin Robert Jan., 1868 — Apr., 1869 Priory. 
s. of W. I. R. Crowder, Eden Mount, Stanwix, Carlisle, b. Oct. 
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Fawkes, Archibald Walter Jan., 1868— July, 1873 Hall, 

s. of Maj. R. Fawkes, Wigthorpe House, Worksop, b. Apr. 3, 
1855. F.S. XI. 1872, 73. St. John's Coll., Carab. B.A., 
3rd CI. Hist., 1876. Bar, Inner Temple 1879. Q.C. Attorney 
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Bell House, Taunton. 

Harrison, Douglas Charles William 

Jan., 1868— July, 1872 Orchard, 
s. of C. M. Harrison, I.C.S. b. Mar. 23, 1855. Direct Commn., 
15th E. Yorks. Regt. Bombay S.C. 4th Bombay Rifles 187r,. 
Afghan War, 1880, Medal with Clasp. Indian S.C. Major, 
retired. ( ..M.S. Missionary, Ouetta, India 1898 — 99. R. of 
Little Bookham 1900. V. of St. John's, Carisbrooke 1905. 
Brit. Chap., Yevey, 1909—17. The Vicarage, St. Philip and 
St. fames, Ilfracombe. 

Nodder, John Bourne Jan., 1868 — July, 1872 Orchard, 

s. of Rev. J. Nodder, Ashover Rect. b. July 7, 1853. C.C.C. 
Camb. B.A. 1875. M.A. 1880. H.O. Ashover Red., Chester- 
field. 

Paterson, William Evernden Jan., 1868 — Dec, 1872 Hall. 

s. of W. S. Paterson, Bengal C.S. b. Sept. 12, 1854. XL 1872. 
C.E. Roseneath, Albert Road, Malvern. 

Preston, Alfred Eley Jan., 1868— July, 1870 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. A. M. Preston, Winslow Vic b. Oct. 21, 1853. 
M.Inst.C.E. d. Feb. 13, 1908. 

Price, William George Jan., 1868— Apr., 1868 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. W. S. Price, Wingfield Vic, Harleston, Norfolk, b. 
Jan. 30, 1853. Assist. Master, King's Sch., Canterbury. 
The Red House, Tyler Hill, Canterbury. 

Taylor, Edwin Jan., 1868— Dec, 1869 Home B. 

s. of Isaiah Taylor, Repton. b. May 31, 1856. Bootmaker, 
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Verschoyle, John Hamilton Jan., 1868 — July, 1869 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. R. Verschoyle, Derryvullen, Enniskillen. b. June 1, 
1854. IstD. C.L.I. Egyptian War, 1882, Medal with Clasp and 
Khedive's Star. N.W. Frontier, India, 1897 — 98, Medal with 
2 Clasps. Lt.-Col. Retired. O.C., 8th D.C.L.I., 1914. France 
1915, Macedonia 1915 — 16. Despatches twice. 24, Park 
Mansions, Bath. 

Verschoyle, Thomas Frederick Jan., 1868 — July, 1872 Mitre. 
s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Kilmore. b. June 9, 1853. XL 1871, 



1868 pears 37 



72. Trin. Coll., Camb. Late Capt. 2nd Brig. S. Irish Div. R.A. 

J. P. Jun. United Service Club, London, Kildare Street Club, 

Dublin, and Castle Troy, Limerick. 
Wells, Arthur Primrose Jan., 1868 — July, 1873 Latham. 

s. of Joseph Wells, Woodhouse, Broomfield, Chelmsford, b. 

Oct 13, 1854. XI. 1872, 73. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1876. M.A. 1883. Late Phys. St. Luke's Hostel, London, 

Phys. and Surg. Pinner Wood, Duncan, Vancouver Island, B.C. 
Hewgill, Charles Willoughby Apr., 1868 — July, 1875 Priory. 

s. of Arthur Hewgill, M.D., O.R., Repton. b. Dec. 1, 1857. 

Solicitor, Selangor, retired. Compton Lodge, Weymouth. 
Lewis, Frank H. Apr., 1868— Dec, 1869 Priory. 

s. of E. Lewis, Wolverhampton. b. Feb. 26, 1853. Britannia 

Hotel, Shrewsbury, d. Nov., 1916. 
Maxwell, Patrick Heron- Apr., 1868— Dec, 1872 Latham. 

s. of E. Heron-Maxwell, Teviot Bank, Hawick, N.B. b. Mar. 

26, 1856. Great Comp, Borough Green, Kent. 
Steel, Federick Liddell Apr., 1868 — July, 1871 Priory. 

s. of Joseph Steel, Kirkwood, Lockerbie, N.B. b. Dec. 10, 

1854. Head of Messrs. Glazebrook, Steel & Co., Manchester 
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Staffs. 

Trotter, John Apr., 1868— July, 1872 Orchard. 

s. of Capt. J. Trotter, 2nd Life Guards, Dryham Park, Barnet. 

b. Apr. 8, 1854. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1876. Banker. 

d. Apr. 25, 1913. 
Watson, Herbert Apr., 1868— Dec, 1872 Latham. 

s. of F. Elwin Watson, Hethersett. b. Sept. 3, 1855. Gonv. 

and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1878. M.A. 1882. R. of 

Cransford, Framlingham 1889. d. Nov. 10, 19ir>. 
Anderson, Francis Philip Sept., 1868 — July, 1872 Hall. 

s. of Gen. D. G. Anderson, Ringwood, Hants, b. June 5. 1855. 

M.Inst. C.E. d. May 17, 1920. 
Blackett, John Ingham Burgoyne Sept., 1868 — Dec, 1872 Hall. 

s. of Capt. E. A. Blackett, R.N. b. Aug. 16, 1856. Tea 

planter at Middleton, Coorg. d. Feb. 28, 1917. 
Bower, Frederick Orpen Sept., 1868 — July, 1874 Hall. 

s. of A. Bower, J. P., Ripon. b. Nov. 4, 1855. Trin. Coll., 

Camb. B.A., 1st CI. Nat. Sci., 1878 ; M.A. 1881 ; Reg. Prof., 

Botany, Glasgow Univ. 1885; Sc.D. 1887; F.R.S. ; Pres. 

R.S.E. 1919; Royal Medal 1910; F.L.S. ; Gold Medal, 

Linnsean Soc 1909. Author, " The Origin of a Land Flora," 

" Botany of the Living Plant," and various botanical works. 

1, St. John's Terrace, Hillhead, Glasgow. 
Dashwood, Charles liorace Sept., 1868 — July, 1873 Latham. 

s. of Rev. C. J. Dashwood, Billingford Rect., E. Dereham, b. 

July 24, 1855. El Ombu, Estanon Sierra de la Ventana, F.C.S., 

Buenos Aires, S. America. 
Dudgeon, Charles John Sept., 1868— Dec, 1871 Latham. 

s. of Patrick Dudgeon, Cargen, Dumfries, N.B. b. Sept. 3, 

1855. Knighted, 1903. Chairman, China Assoc. Conserva- 
tive, Thatched House, and Bath Clubs. 

English, Alfred Sept., 1868 — July, 1869 Orchard. 

s. of H. H. English, Peterborough, b. Sept. 29, 1852. Mer- 
chant, d. Mar. 30, 1921. 

English, Marcus Valentine Sept., 1868 — Dec, 1872 Orchard, 

br. of the above, b. Jan. 14, 1856. J. P. The Heath House, 
Ketton, Stamford. 

Hal g, Francis Murray Sept., 1868 — Apr., 1870 Mitre. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. Haig, Madras Engineers, b. Sept. 26, 185">. 



38 pears 1868 



Went to Cheltenham Coll. Trin. Coll., Camb. M.A. 1881. 

M.D., B.C. 1887. Trevone, Woking, Surrey. 
Jex-Blake, Thomas Sept., 1868— Dec, 1875 G.P.C. 

s. of Rev. C. T. Jex-Blake, Lyng Beet., Norwich, b. Sept. 7, 

1857. Trin. Coll., Camb. Sheep farming. Gaytoti.Gisborne, N.Z. 
Knight, Charles Frederick Sept., 1868- [uly, 1871 Latham. 

s. of T. J. Knight, 2, Bellevue, Richmond, S.W. b. June 21, 

1856. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1878. M.A. 1882. V. of St. 

Simon's, Sheffield 1888. V. of All Saints, Sheffield 1896. 

R. of Frinton 1911. d. Jan. 31, 1919. 
Lamb, Charles Burgoyne Sept., 1868 — July, 1871 Hall. 

s. of C. J. Lamb, the Lawn, Ryton-on-Tyne. b. Oct. 30, 1N.">4. 

Late Northumb. Hussars, Imp. Yeo. J. P., W. Riding. 

Inholms, Tadcaster, Yorks. 
Mackworth, Herbert Sept., 1868— July, 1871 Orchard. 

s. of H. Mackworth, Clifton, b. Oct. 4, 1854. 
Pears, Hugh Vaughan Sept., 1868— July, 1874 Hall. 

afterwards Peirs. s. of Rev. S. A. Pears, D.D., Headmaster. 

b. June 13, 1855. C.C.C., Ox. 3rd. CI. Class. Mods. 1876. 

B.A., 2nd CI. Hist., 1879. Solicitor. 17, Albemarle St., W.l. 

Oxford and Cambridge Club, and Queen's Well, Carshalton. 
Pownall, Edward Waterhouse Sept., 1868 — July, 1873 Hall. 

s. of J. F. Pownall. 63, Russell Sq. b. May 23, 1855. Pemb. 

Coll., Camb., Sch. B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1877. M.A. 1880. V. 

of St. John's Drury Lane 1889—1918. H.O. 2, Addis- 

combe Avenue, Croydon. 
Sale, Richard Sept., 1868— July, 1874 Hall. 

s. of Richard Sale, Barrow-on-Trent, Derby, b. Mar. 17, 1856. 

XL 1874. F. XL 1872, 73. Solicitor, cjo Rev. C. Sur/ees, 

Brancepeth Beet., Durham. 
Smith, George Morris - Sept., 1868— July, 1872 G.P.C. 

afterwards Barker. Ward of Ii. Barker, b. Nov. 24, 1853. 

St. John's Coll., Camb. d. Dec, 1920. 
Stlleman, Richard Stpt., 1868— Apr., 1871 Latham. 

s. of R. Stileman, 32, Leinster Sq. b. Nov. 2, 1853. Solicitor. 

d. Apr. 18, 1910. 
Thomson, Arthur Kdward Sept., 1868 — Apr., 1869 Latham. 

s. of H. Thomson, St. John's Wood. b. Apr. 17, 1854. 
Weller, Frederick Sept., 1868— Dee., 1872 Priory. 

s. of W. Weller, Amersham. b. May 11, 1855. Jesus Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1876. M.A. 1881. Headmaster, Crewkerne 

Gr. Sch. 1883—1904. R. of Laverton 1904—16. North 

Pickenham Rectory, Swaffham, Norfolk. 
White, Eugene Alfred' Sept., 1868— July, 1873 Priory. 

s. of E. White, Southgate. b. Mar. 16, 1856. Lloyd's. Vicar's 

Moor Lane, Winchmore Hill, Middlesex. 
Woods, Vincent Sydney Sept., 1868— Dec, 1874 Hall. 

s. of Edward Woods, 45, Onslow Gardens, S. Kensington, b. 

Feb. 19, 1856. A.M.I.C.E. Mayor of Retford 1918—20. 

Dir. and Chm., Ransomc and Marks Bearing Co., Ltd., Newark. 

Mary field, Retford, Notts. 
Woosnam, James Bowen Sept., 1868 — Dec, 1871 Latham. 

s. of Gen. Woosnam, Bicknor Court, Glos. b. Dec. 8, 1853. 

S. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. L875. Tea planter, Assam. 

(1. Apr. 12, 1911. 
Woosnam, Charl.s Maxw( II Sept., 1868— Dec, 1873 Latham. 

br. of the above, b. Aug. 0, 1856. Went to Sherborne S< h. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1882. V. of St. Peter's, 

Tynemouth 1881. R. of Kirkby Wiske, Yorks. 1888. Archd., 

Macclesfield 1893-1904. Hon. Canon, Chester 1905. V. of 



1869 pears 39 



St. Margaret's, Altrincham 1895—1908. R. of Aberhafesp 1910. 

T.C.F. 1914 — 18. H.O. Aberhafesp Hall, Newtown, Montgcms. 
Bewley, Frank Jan., 1869 — Dec, 1870 Priory. 

s. of J. Bewley, Liverpool, b. Mar. 24, 1855. 3, Avenue 

Terrace, Corbar Rd., Buxton. 
Brown, Moyle Sherer Jan., 1869— Dec., 1871 Hall. 

s. of Rev. S. C. Brown, Stowmarket. b. Oct. 8, 1854. St. 

John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1877. M.A. 1880. R.C. Priest, 

Oblate of St. Charles. 
Chataway, Thomas Ernest Eagle Jan., 1869 — July, 1873 Priory. 

s. of Rev. T. E. Chataway, Peckleton Rect., Hinckley, b. 

Sept. 18, 1856. Hert. Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI., Theol., 1883. 

M.A. 1887. R. of Peckleton 1895. V. of Pensnett 1898. 

V. of Chapel. Chorlton, Staffs. 1918. d. Dec. 4, 1921. 
Creswick, Astley Jan., 1869 — Apr., 1873 Orchard. 

s. of J. G. A. Creswick, Sheffield, b. Mar. 17, 1855. d. Aug. 

18, 1918. 
Ewens, Creasy Jan., 1869— Dec, 1870 Mitre. 

s. of Creasy Ewens, Birkenhead, b. Feb. 13, 1854. Solicitor 

1876. Hongkong 1882. c/o National Bank of China, Ltd., 

Hongkong. 
Guilmant, Jean Baptiste Jan., 1869— July, 1875 Home B. 

s. of Monsieur Guilmant, Repton Sch. b. Oct. 23, 1857. 

4, Jubilee Terrace, Southsea, 
Lafone, Harold Jan., 1869— July, 1876 Hall. 

s. of A. Lafone, J. P., Hanworth Park, Middx. b. Sept. 25, 

1857. Sch. F.XI. 1874, Capt. 1875. XL 1876. Trin. Coll., 

Camb., Sch. 1879. B.A., 18th Classic, 1880. Solicitor, retired. 

Junior Carlton Club, and Weybrook House, Sherborne St. John, 

Basingstoke. 
Le Fleming, Stanley Hughes Jan., 1869 — July, 1873 Mitre. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. G. C. Hughes Le Fleming, Rydall Hall. b. Aug. 

12, 1855. Trin. Coll., Camb. Westmd. and Cumb. Yeo. Cav. 

Hon. Maj., retired. J. P. and D.L., Westmd. High Sheriff 

1878. D.L., Cumb. J. P., Lanes. Carlton, Windham, and 

Orleans Clubs, and Eydal Hall, Ambleside. 
Mackenzie, Edward Litton Thurlow 

Jan., 1869— Apr.. 1871 Latham and G.P.C. 

s. of Col. Mackenzie, 17, Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park. 

b. May 24, 1856. 
Mason, Henry Espine Monck- Jan., 1869 — Dec, 1873 Latham. 

s. of Rev. R. B. Monck-Mason, Ch. Ch. Vic, Derby, b. Feb. 

11, 1856. Ind. Army. Burmese Exp., 188C— 89. Medal wi'h 

2 Clasps. Lt.-Col., retired, cjo King & Co., Pall Mall, S.W.I. 
Mundee, Walter Jan., 1869— July, 1871 Priory. 

s. of F. Mundee, Liverpool, b. July 16, 1854. 
Walker, George Sherbrooke Jan., 1869 — July, 1873 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. G. E. Walker, Broadwas. b. Mar. 16, 1854. C.C.C., 

Camb. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1882. V. of Christchurch, Summer- 
field 1885—1908. The Rectory, March, Cambs. 
Fleming, David Gibson Apr., 1869— Dec, 1872 Orchard. 

s. of D. G. Fleming, Manchester, b. June 2, 1854. Of Coombe 

Place, East Grinstead. d. Sept. 28, 1921. 
Fleming, Thomas Ratcliffe Apr., 1869— July, 1870 Hall. 

s. of W. Fleming, M.D. b. Apr. 10, 1855. Went to Chelten- 
ham Coll. Rowton Grange, Chester. 
Garland, Edgar Cope Apr., 1869— July, 1874 Latham. 

s. of Rev. T. L. Garland, Little Eaton, Derby, b. Mar. 8, 1857. 
Grane, William Leighton Apr., 1869— July, 1872 Priory. 

s. of W. J. Grane, London, b. Aug. 4, 1855. XL 1872. Gonv. 



40 peaks 1869 



and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1878. MA. 1882. R. of Cliffe, 
Lewes 1883. R. of Bexhill 1889. Preb., Chichester 1898. 
Morning Pr., Berkeley Chapel, Mayfair 1901. Lectr., Dante 
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Hulsean Lecturer 1913 — 14. Author " Hard Sayings of Jesus 
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Guilmant, Joseph Andrew Labat Apr., 1869 — Dec, 1877 Home B. 
s. of Mons. Guilmant, Repton Sch. b. Mar. 21, 1859. Second 
Master, Gr. Sch., Chesterfield, d. Dec. 2, 1919. 
Lyon, Charles Sturges Apr., 1869— July, 1871 Hall. 

s. of A. W. Lyon, Abbott's Clownholme, Rocester, Staffs, b. 
Sept. 22, 1854. Merchant. Tirtiern House, Malvern. 
Milner, William Aldam Apr., 1869- Dec, 1871 Orchard. 

3. of W. P. Milner, Meersbrook, Sheffield, b. Mar. 26, 1854. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1875. Bar, Inner Temple 1878. MA. 
1879. J. P. and D.L., Derbys. and J.P., W. Riding, Yorks. 
High Sheriff, Derbys 1911. Oxford and Cambridge Club, S.W., 
and Totley Hall, Sheffield. 
Rawlins, James Ernest Apr., 1869 July, 1871 Hall. 

s. of S. Rawlings, J. P., Bevere, Hampton, Middx. b. July 26, 
1855. J. P., Gloucester. Syston Court, Mangotsfield, nr. 
Bristol. 
Reid, James Henry Erskine Apr., 1869— Dec, 1872 Hall, 

s. of Maj.-Gen. Reid, Bombay Artill. b. Apr. 20, 1856. 
K.O.S.B., Afghan War, 1878—80, Medal. LI. -Col. and 
A.A.G., Lucknow Div., India 1901. Col. 1904. Retired 1900 
d. Dec. 3, 1920. 
Severn, Thomas Parr Apr., 1869 July, 1870 Priory. 

s. of J. B. Severn. Nottingham, b. Feb. 12, 1856. Engineer. 
Shaw, Frederick Arthur Apr., 1869 Apr., 1872 Orchard. 

s. of Bentlev Shaw, Woodfield House, Huddersheld. b. Oct. 
22, 1854. d. Dec, 1914. 
Turner, Arthur Henry Apr., 1869 July, 1874 Home B. 

s. of H. Turner, Repton. b. Mar. 12, 1859. Clerk, Midland Ry. 
Homelea, Repton, Derby. 
Anderson, Edmund Bullar Sept., 1869 Apr.. 1874 Hall. 

s. of Gen. D. G. Anderson, Ringwood, Hants, b. July 27, 1857. 
R.A. Afghan War, 1878-79, Medal. Col., R.G.A., retired. 
Offr. i/c T. F. Records, Exeter 1914 18. C.B.E. 1919. 

Woodmanton, 35, Wellington Rd., Bournemouth. 
Anderson, William W. A. ' Sept., 1869— Dec., 1871 Latham. 

s. of Col. Anderson, R.A. b. Jan. 15, 1855. 
Bewley, Hugh Neville Sept., 1869— Dec, 1875 Priory, 

s. of J. Bewley, Liverpool, b. Jan. 20, 1857. Solicitor. 9, 
Harrington St., Liverpool. 
Cameron, Francis Ewen Sept., 1869 — Dec, 1871 Brook, 

s. of Rev. F. M. Cameron, Bonnington Rect., Hythe. b. Dec. 
10, 1854. C.C.C., Camb. Mawson Sch. B.A., 2nd CI. Theol., 
1879. Sen. Chap., H.M. Madras Gov., retired 1906. Late 
Prin. Lawrence Mem. Sch., Ootacamund. J-'airlawn, Sidmouth. 
Denman, Arthur Sept., 1869 Dec, 1873 Hall, 

s. of Hon. George Denman, Q.C., M.P., O.R. b. May 1, 1857. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1880. Bar, Inner Temple 1881. 
M.A. 1884. Clerk of Assize, S.E. Circ. 1887. F.S.A. 1900. 
1, Hare Court, Temple, E.C., and 12, Harley Gardens, 
S.W 10. 
Drake, Francis Sept., 1869— Dec, 1871 Priory, 

s. of John Drake, Weston-super-Mare. b. Dec 22, 1854. 
Seaton, Manor Rd., Worthing. 



1869 pears 41 



Elmhirst, William Heaton Sept., 1869— Apr., 1876 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. W. Elmhirst, Stainborough. b. Nov. 23, 1856. Jesus 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1880. C. of Laxton 1892—1905. H.O. 

Elmhirst, Barnsley. 
Exham, Arthur Richard Frederick. 

Sept., 1869— July, 1873 Orchard. 

s. of R. Exham, Cork. b. Nov. 4, 1856. XL 1873. T.C.D. 

Entrance Composition Prizes, 1st Gk. Verse, 2nd Lat. Verse. 

B.A. 1877. M.B. 1879. M.D. 1889. Brooklyn House, Market 

Drayton, Salop. 
Fleming, Basil Roberton Sept., 1869— Apr., 1872 Orchard. 

s. of D. G. Fleming, Manchester, b. Oct. 6, 1855. Under- 
writer at Lloyds, d. Dec. 2, 1921. 
Johnston, Robert McKenzie Sept., 1869— July, 1870 Latham 

s. of H. Johnston, H.E.I.C.S., surgeon, b. Mar. 3, 1856. Went 

to Clifton Coll. Edin. Univ. M.D. 1883. F.R.C.S. 1884. 

Past Pres. R.C.S. Ed. 1917. Member of the R. Company of 

Archers. 10, Rothesay Terrace, Edinburgh. 
Kingdon, Walter Sept., 1869— Apr., 1872 Hall. 

s. of P. A. Kingdon, Line. Inn. b. Mar. 23, 1856. Merchant. 

9, London St., Eenchurch St., E.C. 
Macdonald, William Mosse Sept., 1869— Apr., 1870 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. Canon T, M. Macdonald, Lincoln, b. Aug. 9, 1856. 

Went to King's Sch., Canterbury. 3rd Q.O. Cameron High- 
landers, Hon, Capt. Late Sub-Agent, Bank of England, Law 

Courts Branch, d. Oct. 10, 1922. 
Parker, Thomas Sept., 1869— July, 1873 Home B. 

s. of Thomas Parker, Rtpton. b. Jan. 15, 1859. Minister, 

Troutbeck Bridge Congregational Church, d. Aug. 3, 1917. 
Parkes, Edward Byerley Sept., 1869 — Dec., 1872 Latham. 

s. of C. H. Parkes, Weybridge. b. July 21, 1855. Solicitor 

to (I.E. Rly. Co. d. Feb. 13, 1909. 
Peach, Robert" Sept., 1869— Dec., 1872 Home B. 

s. of Thomas Peach, Repton. b. Sept. 14, 1856. Accountant 

at Lloyds Bank, Burton, d. Oct. 11, 1912. 
Pollock, Frederick George Sept., 1869— July, 1871 Hall. 

s. of A. R. Pollock, Bengal C.S. b. Jan. 19, 1855. Bengal S.C. 

Jowaki Exp., 1877, Medal with Clasp. Afghan War, 1878—80, 

Medal. Burmese Exp., 1887 — 88, Clasp. Lt.-Col., retired. 

d. Sept. 18, 1914. 
Porter, William Smith Sept., 1869— July, 1872 Mitre. 

s. of J. T. Porter, F.R.C.S., Sheffield, b. Dec. 24, 1855. M.D. 

Durham. Consult. Phys., R. Infirmary, Sheffield. Consult. 

Phys., Sheffield R. Hosp. Lt.-Col. R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 8, Sale 

Hill, Broomhill, Sheffield. 
Reid, Lestock Hamilton Sept., 1869— July, 1875 Hall. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. Reid, Bombay Artill. b. fuly 22, 1857. XL 

1873, Capt. 1874, 75. F.XI. 1873, Capt." 1874. 1st Agg. P. 

1874, 75. Passed 1st into R.M.C. Sandhurst, passed out 1st. 
1st Manchester Regt. 1878. Afghan War, 1880—81, Medal. 
27th Punjab I. 1883. Burma, 1886 — 87, severely wounded. 
Medal with Clasp. China, 1900, Medal, Despatches. Hazara 
and Miranzai Exps., 1891, 2 Clasps. Judge Adv. Gen. in India. 
C.S.I., 1912. Col. LA. retired. Emu Villa, Moffat, N.B. 

Scott, John Sept., 1869— Dec, 1874 Brook. 

s. of Rev. Canon Scott, Wisbech Vic. b. July 30, 1857. Gonv. 
and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1878. MB. 1884. M. R.C.S. 
1884. Late Pres. S.E.Br., B.M.A. Capt. R.A.M.C. 1915- 19. 
Eront House, Bovey Tracey, Devon. 



42 pears 1869 



Serjeant, Justus Stephen Sept., 1869— July, 1875 Priory. 

s. of Rev. J. S. Serjeant, Acton Vic., Suffolk." b. Feb. 26, 1857. 

Sen. 1871. Christ's Coll., Camb., Sch. 1875. F. Sch. 1877. 

B.A., equal 1st, 2nd CI. Class., 1879. M.A. 1883. Warboys 

Red., Huntingdon. 
Shann, Reginald Sept., 1869— Apr., 1872 Orchard. 

s. of G. Shann, M.D., O.K., York. b. July IS, 1854. 1st Agg. 

P. 1872. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1876. M.A. 1881. Assist. 

Master, C.M.S. Coll., Ningpo 1879—83. K. of Chenies, 1886— 

1919. H.O. 4, The Crescent, Rip on. 
Sprott, Walter Edward Sept., 1869— Dec, 1871 Orchard. 

s. of J. Sprott, Shrewsbury, b. July 31, 1855. XI. 1871. 

Porlersville, California. U.S.A. 
Stewart, William Sept., 1869— Feb., 1870 Mitre. 

s. of W. Stewart, M.D., Bacup. b. Jan. 25, 1857. M.B., CM. 

Edin. 1878. M.D. 1885. Retired. St. Mildreds, Milverton, 

Somerset. 
Stileman, William Pomfret Sept., 1869 — Dec, 1873 Latham. 

s. of R. Stileman, Leinstcr Sq. b. May 30, 1857. d. Apr. 12, 

1910. 
Synge, Alexander Hamilton Sept., 1869— July, 1875 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. H. Synge, St. Peter's Vic, Ipswich, b. AtJg. 5, 

1856. XI. 1875. Trin. Coll., Camb. Northumb. Artill. Mil. 

1880. d. Mar. 15, 1912. 

Trench, Francis Sept., 1869— July, 1873 Latham. 

s. of F. A. Trench, Tallaght. b. Oct. 25, 1854. 
Twigg, John Sept., 1869— July, 1875 Home B. 

s. of J. H.Twigg, Repton. b. Sept. 30, 1856. XL 1873, 74, 75. 

Ball. Coll., Ox. 1877. I.C.S., 11th PI. 1877. Assist. Collector 

1879. Collector 1895. Member, Board of Revenue 1908. 

Retired 1912. K.C.I.E. 1912. Served in "Wounded and 

Missing " Eng. Dept., Red Cross, in France 1916 — 19. Men- 
tioned 1919. J. P., Suffolk. The Red House, MeUingham, 

Bungay. 
Wood, William Palgravc Sept., 1869— Dec, 1871 Brook. 

s. of J. M. Wood, Sunnyside, Prince's Park, LiveipoOl. 

b. Sept. 15, 1857. Went to Rugby Sch. Ex. Coll., Ox. 1877. 

B.A. 1881. d. Dec 14, 1911. 
Woosnam, Charles William Sept., 1869— July, 1872 Brook. 

s. of R. Woosnam, Glandur, Llanidloes, b. Oct. 12, 1853. Ex. 

Coll., Ox. B.A. 1875. J. P., Brecons. and Montgoms. d. Aug. 

25, 1920. 
Wright, Christopher St. John Sept., 1869— Apr., 1872 Brook. 

s. of J. P. Wright, Prior's Marston. b. Mar. 23, 1854. M.R.C.S. 

Eng. 1879. M.B. Aberdeen 1880. d. Feb. 2, 1911. 
Bagnall, Thomas Nock Jan., 1870— July, 1872 Priory. 

s. of J. N. Bagnall, Shenstejne Moss, Lichfield, b. Aug. 26, 

1856. E. Yorks. Rcgt. Maj., retired. Lt.-Col. 3rd R. Mil., 
I. of Jersey 1906. el. June 12, 1914. 

Balguy, Francis Caulfeild Jan., 1870 — Dec, 1873 Priory. 

s. of Capt. C. Y. Balguy, Derby, b. Sept. 5, 1857. F.S. 

Bank manager, retired 1918. Dement, Matlock, Derbys. 
Browne, Charles Edmund Jan., 1870 — July, 1875 Mitre. 

s. of Maj. Browne, Doxford Hall, Northumb. b. Nov. 7, 1858. 

15th Hussars 1880. Afghan War, 1881, Medal. Boer War 

1881. Capt. 1887. J. P. Brunton, Christon Bank, Northumb. 
Burdon, Rowland Jan., 1870— July, 1876 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Burdon, English Bicknor Rect., Glos. b. June 19, 

1857. Univ. Coll., Ox. [.P. and D.J-., Durham. V.D. 
Hon. Col. 5th Durham L.l. (T.F.) Raised 18th Durham L.I. 



1870 pears 43 



C.B.E. M.P., Sedgefield 1918—22. The Castle, Castle Eden, 
Co. Durham. 

Campbell, Archie McNeile Jan., 1870— July, 1876 Orchard, 

s. of C. L. Campbell, Birkenhead, b. May 22, 1857. B.N.C., 
Ox., Sch. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1878. B.A., 3rd CI. Litt. Hum., 
1880. M.A. 1885. T aver ham Hall, Norwich. 

Field, Edward Percy Jan., 1870— Apr., 1873 Brook, 

s. of Lt.-Gen. Sir John Field, K.C.B. b. Oct. 7, 1855. C.C.C., 
Camb. Barrister. Hazelwood, Dunton Green, Sevenoaks. 

French, Cyril John Valpy Jan., 1870— July, 1874 Hall, 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Lahore, b. May 22, 1855. XL 1874. 
C.C.C., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1878. M.A. 1881. V. of 
Escot, Ottery St. Mary 1883. V. of St. David's, Exeter 1894. 
d. Apr. 28, 1914. 

Gresley, Laurence Stafford Jan., 1870— July, 1874.. Hall 

s. of Rev. J. M. Gresley, Master, Etwall Hosp. b. Dec. 4, 1855. 
F. S. Ex. Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1879. M.A. 1882. 
Dom. Chap, to Rt. Hon. Lord Middleton, and V. of Birdsall 
1885 — 1.918. West Heslerton Rectory, York. 

Harrison, George Jan., 1870— Julv, 1873 Mitre, 

s. of J. Harrison, Chester, b. Aug. 2l", 1857. L.R.C.P., 
L.R.C.S., Ed. 1879. 13, White Friars, Chester. 

Hulbert, Walter Jan., 1870— Apr., 1875 Hall. 

s. of J. H. Hulbert, Stakes Hill, nr. Cosham, Hants, b. June 
4, 1856. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1878. Solicitor, d. June 
16, 1922. 

Hutchinson, Arthur Jan., 1870— July, 1872 Brook. 

s. of S Hutchinson, Grantham, b. Apr. 6, 1855. Hon. Col. 
4th Lines. Regt. (T.F.). V.D. J. P. and Aid. O.C. 2/4th 
Lines. Regt. (T.F.) 1914—16. Mentioned. 5/. Peter's Hill, 
Grantham. 

Inman, Henry Charles Jan., 1870 — July, 1871 Lathnr. 

s. of W. Inman, Upton Manor, Birkenhead, b. Apr. 2, 1856. 
Formerly in the Service of Pacific Steam Nav. Co. 21, 
Acanthus Rd., Stoney croft, Liverpool. 

Jalland, Alfred Ernest Jan., 1870— Dec, 1875 Brook. 

s. of H. Jalland, Nottingham, b. Dec. 10, 1857. XL 1875. 
St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1880. M.A. 1884. V. of 
Woolley 1886—1908. L. Pr., Dioc. of Winchester. H.O. 
Winfarthing, Woking. 

Leslie, Walter Jan., 1870— Apr., 1871 Brook. 

s. of W. Leslie, Red Hill. b. Sept. 11, 1855. 

Monkland, Francis George Jan., 1870 — July, 1873 Mitre, 

s. of Col. Monkland, Oak Bank, Weston-super-Mare. b. Oct. 
8, 1854. XL 1872, Capt. 1873. Solicitor, d. Jan. 15, 1915. 

Richardson, Frederick Stuart Jan., 1870 — July, 1874 Orchard. 
s. of Rev. J. Richardson, Sandy Rect. b. Dec. 9, 1855. XL 
1873, 74. R.I., R.S.W., R.B.C., R.W.A. Artist. 5/. Martins', 
Long Ashton, Bristol. 

Speakman, Murray Mackenzie Jan., 1870 — Apr., 1872 Brrok. 
s. of Edward Speakman, Manchester, b. May 3, 1855. Man- 
chester Stock Exchange 1876, Committee 1887, Chairman 
1897-99; Pres. of Council of Associated Stock Exchanges for 
1898. Elected Trustee Manchester Stock Exchange 1900, 
Honorary Membership and presentation of Freedom 1921. 
Pine Grange, Bath Rd., Bournemouth. 

Wright, Francis Plumtre Bereslord Jan., 1870— Apr.; 1871 Hall, 
afterwards Osmaston. s. of F. Wright, Osmaston Manor, 
Derby, b. Mar. 10, 1857. Went to Winchester Coll., Univ. 
Coll., Ox. B.A., Litt. Hum., 1881. Bar, Line. Inn 1885. 



44 pears 1870 



Retired 1893. Artist, and Author, " Vox Amoris Dei," 

" Cromwell, a drama," " Poems and Lyrics," " An Essay on 

the Paradise of Tintoret, and Sonnets of Nature and Art." 

Beacon Crag, Porthleven, Cornwall. 
d'Albani, Arthur James Louis Francis Alvarez Guzman 

May, 1870— Dec, 1872 Mitre. 

s. of R. C. L. F. d'Albani, York. b. Apr. 2, 1856. Solicitor. 

Newmarket, Cambs. 
English, John Hampden May, 1870— Dec, 1872 Orchard. 

s. of H. H. English, Peterborough, b. Mar. 10, 1859. Aires- 
ford, Hants. 
Gott, Benjamin Ewart May, 1870 — Apr., 1871 Mitre. 

s. of W. E. Gott, Leeds, b. Apr. 4, 1855. Dallington, Heath- 
field, Sussex. 
Green, John Lawrence May, 1870 July. 1*74 Brook 

s. of Rev. J. Green, Eyani Rect., Sheffield, b. Sept. 15, 1855. 

King's Coll., Camb., Exh. 1878. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1888. V. 

of Hatfield Heath, Essex 1885. V. of Bowden Hill, Wilts. 

1894: — 1903. H.O. Mayfield, Lansdown ltd., Cheltenham. 
Jones, George Henry West May, 1870 — Dec, 1873 Brook. 

s. of T. J. Jones, Eckington. b. July 5, 1857. L.S.A. 1878. 

M.R.C.S. 1879. Southgate House, Eckington, Derbys. 
Nesbitt, Robert May, 1870— July, 1876 Brook. 

s. of A. Nesbitt, Barnes, b. Feb. 24, 1858. Univ. Coll., Ox. 

2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1879. B.A. 1881. M.A. 1888. 

Campbell House, College Crescent, N.W.3. 
Portman, Berkeley May, 1870 — Apr., 1872 Brook. 

s. of Hon. M. B. Portman, Ashfield House, Bridgewater. b. 

Apr. 8, 1857. d. Aug. 7, 1918. 
Portman, Maurice William May, 1870— -Oct., 1870 Brook. 

br. of the above, b. Oct. 10, 1858. H.M.S. " Britannia," 

12th PI. Goodenough Medal. Champion, with A. Keyser, lawn 

tennis doubles, Australia 1882. Commander, R.N., retired. 

d. May 15, 1915. 
Royds, George Fletcher May, 1870— July, 1874 Hall. 

atterwards Fletcher-Twemlow. s. of Rev. C. Smith Royds, 

Haughton Rect., Stafford, b. Ian. 13, 1857. Trin. Coll., 

(amb. B.A. 1877. D.L., Co. Staffs, High Sheriff 1917. Betley 

Court, Crewe. 
Smith, Francis Arthur May, 1870 -July, 1875 Priory. 

s. of J. T. H. Smith, Heyford Manor House, Weedon. b. Mar. 

10,1856. Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1X79. M.A. 1885. V. 

of Woodford-cum-Membris 1884. Woodford Vic, By field, 

Northants. 
Swanston, Charles Mav, 1870 -Apr., 1872 Brook. 

s. of C. L. Swanston, Dunedin. b. July 28, 1855. L.R.C.P., 

L.R.C.S. Edin. 1881. 
West, William May, 1870 — Apr., 1873 Priory. 

s. of F. West, Croydon, b. Mar. 7, 1856. 
Armitage, James Auriol Sept., 1870 — Dec, 1871 Hall. 

s. of Rev. F. J. Armitage, Casterton Vic, Kirkby Lonsdale, b. 

Sept. 22, 1857. Camb. B.A. 1881. M.A. 1901. Edin. Univ. 

M.B., CM., and M.D. J. P., Hastings." Netherwood, St. 

Helen's Park, Hastings. 
Ashmall, C. Sept., 1870-Dec, 1871 Mitre. 

s. of A. Ashmall, Mollintfton. b. June 11, 1856. 
Barker, Bradshaw Sept., 1870— Apr., 1872 Brook. 

s. of IC. J. Barker. Oiton Park. b. Jan. 24, 1855. 
Bewes, Wyndham Anstis Sept., 1870 — Dec., 1873 Hall. 

s. of Col \V. E. Bewes, Blackheath. b. Aug. 16, 1857. l.ond. 



1870 pears 45 

Univ. LL.B. 1880. Bar, Line. Inn 1880. Author, " Church 

Briefs," " The Law of Waste," etc. 2, King's Bench Walk, 

Temple, E.C.4, and The Marish, Denham, Bucks. 
Boynton, Harry Somerville Sept., 1870 — Dec, 1870 Brook. 

s. of C. Boynton, Bridlington Quay. b. Nov. 27, 1856. Junior 

Constitutional Club, Piccadilly, W. 
Carver, Willian Oswald Sept., 1870— Dec, 1870 Orchard. 

s. of T. Carver, Marple. b. Oct. 26, 1855. Merchant, retired. 

Cranage Hall, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire. 
Cobb, (lenient Francis Edward 

Sept., 1870— Dec, 1875 Hall. 

s. of Rev. C. F. Cobb, St. George's Vic, Barnsley. b. July 27, 

1857. journalist. 39, Avenue Rd., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
Darby, George Henry Sept., 1870— July, 1874 Brook. 

s. of G. V. Darby, Wilson Street, Derby, b. Oct. 1, 1857. 

Mechanical engineer. 43, Harbor d St., Fulham Palace Rd. 
Davidson, James Sept., 1870 — Apr., 1871 Brook. 

s. of J. Davidson, Cheltenham, b. July 29, 1855. 
Deane, Hermann Frederick Williams 

Sept., 1870— July, 1877 Hall. 

s. of Sir Thomas Deane, Cork. b. Jan. 29, 1858. XL 1877. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1881. M.A. 1895. F.S.A. Head- 
master, St. George's, Windsor 1895 — 1905. Librarian to 

Chapter, and Chapter Clerk to Dean and Canons of Windsor. 

Editor, " Public Schools Year Book," " Schoolmasters' Year 

Book." d. Dec 21, 1921. 
Ellis, Alexander Leslie Sept., 1870— July, 1871 Mitre. 

s. of R. F. Ellis, Sea Park, Wicklow. b. Nov. 6, 1856. Form- 
erly in California, U.S.A. 
Francis, Walter Hammond Sept., 1870— July, 1876 Hall. 

s. of C. Francis, Ouy Hall, Stow-cum-Quy. b. Mar. 29, 1858. 

Trin. Hall, Camb. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1883. Capt. and Hon. 

Maj., 4th Suffolk Regt., retired. R.D.C. 1916—17. Solicitor. 

3, Grange Rd., Cambridge. 
Gott, George Arthur Sept., 1870— Apr., 1874 Mitre. 

s. of W. E. Gott, Armley House, Leeds, b. Sept. 16, 1857. 

R.M.L.I. Indian Army. Bt. Col. 1902. Gen. Staff., D.A. 

Censor 1915 — 18. Linden House, Lymington, Hants. 
Groome, John Charles Sept., 1870— Apr., 1871 Hall. 

s. of Ven. Archd. Groome, Monk Soham Rect., Wickham 

Market, b. Apr. 22, 1858. Solicitor. 24, Ewell Rd . , Surbiton . 
Hodgkinson, Reginald Edward 

Sept., 1870— Apr., 1875 G. P. C. 

s. of E. Hodgkinson, Plumtree, Notts, b. Apr. 26, 1857. F.XI. 

1874. J. P., W. Riding. Solicitor. Moor seats, Hathersage. 

Derbys. 
Kerrison, Edmund Roger Allday 

Sept., 1870— Apr., 1872 Brook. 

s. of R. A. Kerrison, Buikneld Lodge, Ipswich, b. Dec 25, 

1855. R.A. 1875 — 97. 4th Norfolk Regt. Mil. Lt.-Col. 1900, 

retired. C.M.G. 1903. Formed and commanded 2/6th 

Norfolk Regt. 1914—17. O.B.E. 1921. Burgh Hall, Aylsham. 
McConnel, William Houldsworth 

Sept., 1870— July, 1876 Mitre. 

s. of W. McConnel, Knockdolian, Ayrshire, b. Jan. 12, 1858. 

Coopers Hill, 4th PL 1875. Sch. 1878. Heath End House, 

Baughurst, Basingstoke. 
Newill, Arthur Cotton Sept., 1870— Dec, 1871 Mitre. 

s. of H. Newill, I.C.S., Madras, b. Sept. 4, 1858. Went to 



46 pears 1870 



Bhmdell's Sch. Ball. Coll., Ox., Sch. 1877. Principal, Bishop 

Scott Academy, 774, Hovt St., Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. 
Parker, John Sept., 1870— July, 1875 HomeB. 

s. of T. Parker, Repton. b. May 20, 1860. Clerk, Midland Ry. 

106, Warner St., Derby. 
Parkinson, Reginald Hope Sept., 1870 — Dec, 1871 Brook. 

s. of C. E. Parkinson, Harrogate, b. July 31, 1856. S. Staffs. 

Regt. 1876. 4th Highland L.I. Capt. and Hon. Maj. 1898. 

Retired, d. Apr. 23, 1915. 
Pease, Arthur Clifford Sept., 1870— Apr., 1871. Mitre. 

s. of Rev. G. C. Pease, Routh Rect., Beverley, b. Aug. 6. 1859. 

Farming. Hastings Rd., Mangatok, Eltham, N.Z. 
Rough, Frederick H. Sept., 1870— Dec, 1873 Mitre. 

s. of Capt. Rough, Indian Army. b. Jan. 20, 1858. 
Scriven, George Sept., 1870— Apr., 1875 Hall. 

s. of W. B. B. Scriven, M.D., Dublin, b. Nov. 9, 1856. T.C.D. 

B.A. 1880. Irish Rugby Internat. 1879, 80, 81, 82, Capt. 

83. M.D. 1884. F.R.G.S. Physician. J. P., Co. Dublin. 

Hampton, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin. 
Shephard, Herbert Sept., 1870— Dec, 1871 Brook. 

s. of M. Shephard, Roupell Park, Streatham. b. Dec. 31, 1855. 

Solicitor. 31, John St., Bedford Row, W.C. 
Sprott, William Hugh Sept., 1870 -July, 1874 Orchard. 

s. of J. Sprott, Shrewsbury, b. Aug. 18, 1857. Planter, 

retired. Capt. R.D.C. 1916. Hallery, Shurdington Rd., 

Cheltenham. 
Wells, Arthur Collings Sept., 1870— July, 1874 Latham. 

s. of Joseph Wells, Broomfield, Chelmsford, b. May 8, 1857. 

d. at High Wycombe, May 11, 1922. 
Barrington, George Bainbridge 

Jan., 1871— July, 1873 Priory. 

s. of G. Barrington, London, b. Apr. 20, 1857. Derbys. XI. 

1880—87. Kirk Langley, Derby. 
Bond, Charles John Jan., 1871— Apr., 1873 G. P. C. 

s. of G. Bond, Bittesby, Lutterworth, b. Oct. 27, 1856. Univ. 

Coll., Lond. F.R.C.S. Eng. 1882. Gold Medals, Anat. and 

Physiology. Fellow, Univ. Coll. 1922. C.M.G. 1919. Hon. 

Col. A. M.S. F.L.S. Vice 1'res. and Hon. Cons. Surgeon, 

Leicester R. Infirmary. Fernshaw, Springfield Rd., Leicester. 
Brodrick, John Jan., 1871— Dec, 1873 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. B. Brodrick, Sneaton Rect., Whitby, b. Mar. 21, 

1858. J. P. Pastoralist. 213, Tooronga Rd., Malvern, Victoria, 

A uslralia. 
Campbell, Harry Alexander John 

Jan., 1871— Dec, 1 S72 G. P. C. 

s. of Rev. A. H. Campbell, Tinwell. b. Mar. 15, 1857. 
Conway, William Martin Jan., 1871 -July, 1 S74 Hall. 

s. of Rev. Canon W. Conway, Westminster, b. Apr. 12, 1856. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. Is7(t. M. A. 1882. F.S.A. F.R.G.S. 

Univ. Ext. Lect. 1882 -85. Prof, of Art, Univ. Coll., Liver- 
pool 1885 -88. Knighted 1895. Slade Prof, of Art, Camb. 

1901—04. Pres., Alpine Club 1902—04. R.G.S. Founder's 

Medal 1905. Explorer. Author numerous works on Art and 

Mountaineering. Dir. Gen. of Imperial War Museum 1917. 

M.P. Combined Universities since 1918. AUington Castle, 

Maidstone, and 47, Romney St., S.W.I. 
Dakyn, W. H. Jan., 1871— Dec., 1873. HomeB. 

s. of F. Dakyn, Repton. b. Nov. 15, 1856. 
Dakyn, J. F. Jan., 1871— July, 1873 HomeB. 

br. of the above, b. June 26, 1858. 



1871 PEARS 47 

Dobinson, William Jan., 1871— July, 1876 Priory, 

s. of H. Dobinson, Stanwix. b. May 12, 1858. Wadh. Coll., 
Ox., Sch. 1875. Hody Exh. 1877. 1st CI. Class. Mods. 1878. 
B.A., 3rd CI. Litt. Hum., 1880. M.A. 1884. Solicitor. Heads- 
nook, near Carlisle. 

Eaton, Arthur Jan., 1871— July, 1874 Home B. 

s. of C. Eaton, Etwall, Derby, b. Dec. 17, 1857. Architect 
and surveyor. 6, St. James St., Derby. 

Hagger, Alfred Jan., 1871— Dec, 1873 Home B. 

s. of J. Hagger, Writing Master, Repton Sch. b. Oct. 6, 1860. 
Business. Holly Cottage, Washford Rd., Meole Brace, Shrews- 
bury. 

Hall, Montague Heath Jan., 1871 — July, 1874 Orchard. 

s. of Isaac Hall, O.K., b. Dec. 26, 1856. F. XL 1873. Trin. 
Hall, Camb. 3rd S. Lanes Regt. S.A. War, 1900—01, D.S.O., 
Despatches twice, Medil with, 3 Clasps. Lt.-Col., Commanded 
3rd S. Lanes. Regt. 1903—09. Solicitor. 14, John Dalton 

St JUL CfYlCrlCStCY 

Howde'n, John Michael Jan., 1871— July, 1873 G.P.C. 

s. of James Howden, Edinburgh, b. Mar. 22, 1857. Chartered 
accountant. Pres., Soc. of Chartered Accountants, Edinburgh 
1922. Member, King's Body Guard for Scotland, The Royal 
Company of Archers. J. P. and D.L. 11, Eton Terrace, 
Edinburgh. 

Jackson, Albert Samuel Jan., 1871 — Apr., 1874 Mitre, 

s. of Albert Jackson, Sheffield, b. Dec. 8, 1858. 

Lamb, Edward Samuel Jan., 1871 — July, 1873 Latham, 

s. of Rev. R. M. Lamb, Landour, Bengal. b. July 18, 
1856. 

Lewis, Henry Jan., 1871 — July, 1875 Priory, 

s. of T. Lewis, Billinge House, b. Mar. 22, 1857. Ch. Ch., Ox. 
Jun. Student. 1st CI. Class. Mods. 1877. B.A., 3rd CI. Litt. 
Hum., 1879. M.A. 1909. Cotton spinner and manufacturer. 
J. P., Lanes, d. Jan. 28, 1915. 

Morse, Thomas Herbert Jan., 1871 — Apr., 1874 Brook, 

s. of J. Morse, Lound. b. Aug. 15, 1855. L.R.C.P. 1881. 
F.R.C.S. Eng. 1884. Late Sen. Assist. Surg., Norwich Hosp. 
d. at Deal, Sept. 7, 1921. 

Napier, Charles Warren Jan., 1871 — July, 1876 Mitre, 

afterwards Napier-Glavering. s. of Rev. J. W. Napier, 
Stretton Vic, Stafford, b. Aug. 19, 1858. Sch. 1873. Som. 
L.I. 1878. Burmese War, 1885—87, Medal with Clasp. Lt.- 
Col. 1902. Bt. Col. 1905. Retired 1906. O.C. Depot, Som. 
L.I. 1914 — -16. Staplegrove House, Taunton. 

Parkes, Louis Coltman Jan., 1871 — -Apr., 1873 Latham. 

s. of C. H. Parkes, Weybridge. b. Oct. 21, 1857. Univ. Coll., 
Lond. M.R.C.S. 1880. M.D., and D.P.H. Med. Off. Health, 
Chelsea. Consulting sanitary adviser, H.M. Office of Works, 
and Metropolitan Police. Late Member, Advisory Board for 
Army Med. Services. F.R.S.I. Author, " Hygiene and 
Public Health." 61, Cadogan Sq., S.W.I. 

Paterson, Edward Hamilton Jan., 1871— July, 1874 Hall. 

s. of W. Paterson, Bengal C.S. b. Oct. 23, 1857. R.F.A. S.A. 
War 1901—02, Medal. Col. Retired 1908. D.A.Q.M.G., 
H.Q., E. Command 1914—16. d. July 29, 1920. 

Price, Henry Herbert Jan., 1871— July, 1871 Brook, 

s. of R. Hope Price, Leamington, b. Dec. 27, 1856. Solicitor. 

Ratliff, Frank Howe Jan., 1871— Apr., 1874 Mitre, 

s. of W. Ratliff, Leicester Rd., Coventry, b. June 5, 1856. 
XL 1874. Clare Coll., Camb B.A. 1879. M.A. 1883. V. of 



48 pears 1871 

Bayton, Salop 1894. R. of Moccas, Hereford 1908. d. May 
18, 1921 

Tophani, Lupton Tophani |an ., IsTl Apr., Is74 Priorv. 

s. of Rev. E. C. Topham, Hawkswell Rect., Bedale. b. Mar. 21, 
1857. Solicitor, Middleham 1881 83. Bar, Mid. Temple 1886. 
J. P. High Sheriff, Leics. 1914. Middleham House, Middle- 
ham, Yorks. 

Battersby, John Harford- Apr., 1871— Apr., 1876 Hall, 

afterwards Battersby Harford, s. of Rev. T. D. Harford- 
Battersby, St. John's Vic., Keswick, b. June 23, 1875. Trin. 
Coll., Camb. Jeremie Sept. P. 1878. Equal Scholefield and 
Evans P. 1880. B.A., 1st CI. Theol., 1880. M.A. 1883. V. of 
Pembury, Kent 1889. Vice-Prin., Ridley Hall, Camb. 1898. 
Prin., Lightfoot Hall 1901. Prin., Ripon Coll. 1902, and 1915. 
Exam. Chap, to Bp. Ripon 1903, 12, 20. Res. Canon of Ripon 
1911. Sec, O.R.P.U. from its commencement 1885. 8, The 

Battersby, Dundas Harford- Apr., 1871— July, 1877 Hall. 

afterwards Harford, br. of the above, b. Oct. 23, 1858. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Hist., 1882. Ridley Hall 1882—83. 

M.A. 1886. Chap., Davos Platz 1886—94. V. of St. Stephen's, 

Norwich 1901. V. of Emmanuel, W. Hampstead 1908—20. 

Sculthorpe Red., Fakenham, Norfolk. 
Clayton, Charles Edward Every Apr., 1871— July, 1875 G.P.C. 

afterwards Every -Halstead. s. of Lt.-Col. E. E very-Clayton, 

Rowley, Worsthorne, Burnley, b. Nov. 7, 1857. 3rd R. 

Lanes. Regt. Major, retired. J. P., Lanes. Recruiting Staff, 

1914 — 17. Hill House, Sion Rd., Lansdown, Bath. 
Douglas, Charles Brown Apr., 1871— July, 1873 Latham. 

s. of Francis B. Douglas, Edinburgh, b. Feb. 9, 1857. 
Gott, Allan Apr., 1871— July, 1873 G.P.C. 

s. of W. E. Gott, Armley House, Leeds, b. June 14, 1866. 

Tubnev Lodge, Abingdon, Berks. 
Gott, Francis Apr., 1871— July, 1876 G.P.C. 

br. Of the above, b. Dec. 21, 1858. Member, R.A.C. F.S.I. 

Land agent. Lord Mayor, Leeds 1917. d. Aug. 3, 1920. 
Mackenzie, Hon. Lord Charles Kincaid 

Apr., 1871— July, 1875 G.P.C. 

s. of Alexander Kincaid Mackenzie, Ravelrig, Midlothian, b. 

Mar. 9, 1857. XL 1873, 74, 75. Univ. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1880. 

Scottish Bar 1881. Counsel, Board of Trade 1892—1900. 

Advocate Depute 1896—1901. Q.C. 1900. Sheriff, Fife and 

Kinross 1901—05. LL.D. St. Andrew's 1905. Senator, Coll. 

of Justice, Scotland 1905 — 22. K.C. 47, Heriot Row, 

Edinburgh. 
Penrose, Francis George Apr., 1871 — Apr., 1875 Brook. 

s. of F.C. Penrose, F.R.S., Wimbledon, b. July 9, 1857. M.D. 

Lond. F.R.C.P. F.Z.S. Consulting Phys., Hosp. Sick Chil- 
dren, Gt. Ormond St. Late Phys., St. George's Hosp. Retired. 

Woodbury, East Cliff, Bournemouth. 
Redmayne, Arthur Tunstal Apr., 1871 — July, 1873 Brook. 

s. of G. Redmayne, Brathay Hall, Ambleside, b. Apr. 26, 1857. 

White Craggs, Clapper sgate, Ambleside. 
Ricketts, Richard Ernest Apr., 1871— July, 1875 Brook. 

s. of Comdr. S. H. Ricketts, R.N. b. May 28, 1856. XL 1874, 

75. Trin. Coll., Ox. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1877. B.A., 3rd CI. 

Theol., 1879. M.A. 1882. Dom. Chap, to Earl of Zetland 

1885—92. R.D. of Bulmer 1915. Crambe Vic, Kirkham 

Abbey, York. 



1871 ' pears 49 

Sanders, Edwin Thomas Apr., 1871— Dec, 1873 Home B. 

s. of R. Sanders, Repton. b. Mar. 29, 1860. Carpenter and 

builder. Gordon Villas, Repton, Derby. 
Shields, Arthur John Apr., 1871— July, 1874 Hall. 

s. of J. Shields, Durham, b. Sept. 9, 1857. C.E. Jesus Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1882. C.M.S. Missionary, Bengal 1882—91. 

V. of H. Trim, Scarborough 1895. R.D. 1904 — 1906. R. of 

Thornford, Dorset 1906 — 19. H.O. Battleford Hall, Axminster, 

Devon. 
Whiston, Robert Wilmot Apr., 1871— July, 1874 Priory. 

s. of the late Rev. R. Whiston, O.R., b. Apr. 20, 1856. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1882. R. of Orwell 1895. 

V. of Whaddon, Herts 1917—20. H.O. Pine Ridge, Aspley 

Guise, Beds. 
Bewes, Edward Anstis Sept., 1871— July, 1872 Hall. 

s. of Col. W. E. Bewes, Blackheath. b. Dec. 1, 1858. L.R.C.P. 

Edim, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1883. Papatoetoe, Auckland, N.Z. 
Blomefield, Malcolm Sept., 1871 — Dec, 1875 Latham. 

s. of Rev. Sir T. E. W. Blomefield, Bart., Pontefract. b. 

June 1, 1858. 3rd K.O.S. Yorks. Regt. Lt., retired. Late 

Canadian N.W. Mounted Police, d. Apr. 24, 1912. 
Burdon, John George Sept., 1871— July, 1878 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Burdon, English Bicknor Rect., Glos. b. July 27, 

1859. Oriel Coll., Ox. Engineer and shipbuilder. Benwell 

Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Campbell, Reginald John Sept., 1871— July, 1874 G.P.C. 

s. of W. H. Campbell, St. Andrew's, b. Feb. 14, 1857. 
Collins, William Blandford Sept., 1871— Dec, 1876 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. W. Collins, Repton. b. July 6, 1858. T.C.D. B.A. 

1881. R. of Elvington, Yorks. 1885. C.M.S. Missionary 1888. 

d. Aug. 30, 1913. 
Collyer, Joseph Thomas Brookes Sept., 1871 — Dec, 1875 Home B. 

s. of W. Collyer, Repton. b. Oct. 7, 1860. Upholsterer. 

Derby St., Burton-on-Trenl. 
Dickinson, George Sept., 1871— July, 1875 G.P.C. 

s. of J. Dickinson, J. P. Red How, Lamplugh. b. Apr. 4, 1857. 

XL 1873, 74, 75. J. P. and C.C. Cumberland, High Sheriff 

1920 — 21. Red How, Lamplugh, Cumberland. 
Fanshawe, Basil Thomas Sept., 1871 — Apr., 1875 Brook. 

s. of J. G. Fanshawe, Parsloes, Dagenham. b. July 28, 1857. 

F. XL 1874, 75. 2nd Agg. P. 1875. Planter, Ceylon, retired. 

N. Devon Yeo. Cav. Capt. Holywell, Bratton Fleming, 

N. Devon. 
Ford, Augustus Frank Justice Sept., 1871 — July, 1877 Priory. 

s. of W. A. Ford, London, b. Sept. 12, 1858. XL 1874, 75, 

Capt. 1876, 77. King's Coll., Camb., Exh. 1877. F. Sch. 1878. 

Camb. XL 1878, 79, 80, 81. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1881. Private 

tutor. Hampshire Club, Winchester. 
Hall, Charles Sept., 1871— Dec, 1876 Orchard. 

s. of Isaac Hall, O.R. b. Sept. 3, 1858. 2nd Connaught Rangers 

1879 ; Served in Seige of Pretoria, 1880 — 81. Transferred to 

A.O.D. 1888; Nile Exp., 1898, Medal. Retired as Lt.-Col., 

1913. Chief Ordance Officer, Chatham, 1915—18. c/o Sir 

Charles McGrigor, Bart., 6- Co., 39, Panton St., S.W.I. 
Henderson, Christopher Hope Sept., 1871 — July, 1875 Hall. 

afterwards Henderson-Roe. s. of Rev. P. Henderson, Maccles- 
field, b. Feb. 26, 1858. Late 1st King's Dragoon Guards. 

d. May 4, 1915. 
Henry, Robert J. Sept., 1871— Dec, 1873 Priory. 

s. oi L. M. Henry, Gloucester Terrace, b. June 21, 1857. 

D 



50 PEARS 1871 



Hudleston, Andrew John Sept., 1871 — Dec, 1872 G.P.C. 

s. of W. Hudleston, Hutton John, Penrith, b. Oct. 19, 1856. 

C.E. d. in India, Dec. 12, 1912. 
Hudleston, Ferdinand Sept., 1871— Apr., 1874 G.P.C. 

br. of the above, b. Nov. 2, 1857. M.Inst. C.E. Hutton John, 

Penrith. 
Hudleston, Richard Harrington Sept., 1871 — Dec, 1873 G.P.C. 

br. of the above, b. Mar. 16, 1860. d. in British Columbia, 

Sept. 8, 1913. 
Hudson, Theodore Joseph Sept., 1871 — Apr., 1872 Priory. 

s. of Rev. J. Hudson, Dodworth Vic, Yorks. b. Aug. 30, 1858. 

Leeds Med. Sen., Medal. M.B., M.D., Durh. L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 

and L.S.A. Lond. d. at Chapeltown, Leeds, June 22, 1920. 
Hulbert, Henry Sept., 1871— Dec, 1874 Hall. 

s. of J. H. Hulbert, Stakes Hill, nr. Cosham, Hants, b. June 5, 

1858. Hop-grower. Route 1, Sardis, B.C. 
Inman, Herbert Sept., 1871 — Dec, 1872 Latham. 

s. of W. Inman, Upton Manor, Birkenhead, b. Sept. 2, 1858. 

c/o W. K. Logan, Esq., 4254, Regent St., Philadelphia, U.S. A . 
Macdonald, Harry Colquhoun Farquharson 

Sept., 1871— Apr., 1874 Brook. 

s. of Lt.-Col. W. M. Macdonald, St. Martin's, Perth, N.B. b. 

Feb. 6, 1858. 72nd Seaforth Highlanders 1878. Afghan War, 

1879 — 80, Medal with 3 Clasps and Bronze Star. Egyptian 

Exp., 1882, Medal with Clasp and Bronze Star. Maj., retired. 

Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Mackenzie, Malcolm Douglas Sept., 1871 — Apr., 1872 Priory. 

s. of M. Mackenzie, M.D., Bombay, b. Dec. 7, 1856. 
Morris, Henry Smalley Sept., 1871— July, 1877 Mitre. 

s. of H. Morris, Madras C.S. b. Mar. 25, 1858. Christ's Coll., 

Camb., Sch. B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1881. Assist. Master, 

Bedford Sch. 2, Rothsay Gardens, Bedford. 
Mynors, Harry Walter Baskerville Sept., 1871— July, 1876 Hall. 

s. of Rev. W. B. Mynors, Llanwarne Rect. b. Oct. 28, 1857. 

B.N.C., Ox. Hulmeian Exh. B.A. 1879. H.O. Llanwarne 

Rect., Hereford. 
Newill, Charles Evans Sept., 1871— Dec, 1872 Mitre. 

s. of J. Newill, Lydbury North, Salop, b. May 16, 1857. Went 

to Malvern Coll. Engineer, retired. 20, Oakfield Grove, Gorton, 

Manchester. 
Peel, Henry Lennox Sept., 1871— July, 1872 Brook. 

s. of Capt. Wildman Y. Peel, Talgwynedd. b. Oct. 14, 1856. 

4th R. Welsh Fus. Hon. Lt.-Col. Retired 1891. d. Oct. 19, 

1914. 
Preston, Francis Harrison Sept., 1871 — July, 1875 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. A. M. Preston, Winslow Vic b. May 23, 1857. 

C.C.C., Camb. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1882. Surgeon. Killed in 

motor accident near Brill, June 2, 1916. 
Rawlins, Henry Wilton Sept., 1871— Dec, 1875 Hall. 

s. of S. Rawlins, J. P., Bevere, Hampton, Middx. b. Oct. 26, 

1858. J.P. Shortlands, Cullompton, Devon. 
Shann, William Arthur Sept., 1871 — July, 1874 Orchard. 

s. of G. Shann, M.D., O.R., York. b. June 10, 1857. Downing 

Coll., Camb. L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. Eng. 1878. M.B. Camb. 

1882. Late Consult, surgeon, Lowestoft Hosp. R.A.M.C. 

Capt. France 1917. 4, Westcliff Mansions, Eastbourne. 
Silvester, Henry Leslie Sept., 1871— Dec, 1873 Priory. 

s. of H. E. Silvester, Beverley, b. Mar. 12, 1856. 22nd 

Cheshire Foot, Capt. Retired 1981. Army Coach. 



1871 PEARS 51 



Sulivan, Ernest Frederic Sept., 1871 — July, 1873 Latham, 

s. of Rev. F. Sulivan, Christchurch Vic, Barnet. b. May 12. 
1860. Hants. Regt. 1879. Afghan War, 1879—80, Medal 
with Clasp. Lt.-Col. 4th E. Surrey Regt. S.A. War, 1902, 
Medal with 2 Clasps. Col. 1906. Retired 1907. Com- 
manded 10th and 3rd E. Surrey Regt., and Training Res. Bns. 
1914-19, C.B.E. Travellers' Club, S.W., and Wilmington, 
Woking. 

Verschoyle, William Henry Foster Sept., 1871 — Dec, 1872 Mitre, 
s. of J. J. Verschoyle, Tassaggart, Saggard, Co. Dublin, b. Feb. 
17, 1858. J. P. Land agent. Woodley, Dundrum, Co. Dublin. 

Warburton, Henry Lennox Sept., 1871 — Dec, 1872 Brook, 

s. of Capt. Warburton, Cheltenham, b. Jan. 21, 1857. Went 
to Magd. Sch. Northfield, Maidenhead, Berks. 

Windle, Bertram Coghill Alan Sept., 1871 — Dec, 1873 Priory, 
s. of Rev. S. A. Windle, Market Rasen Vic, Lines, b. May 8, 

1858. T.C.D. B.A., Sen. Mod. and Gold Medal, Nat. Sci., 
1879. M.B., 1st Place, and B.Ch. 1881. M.A., M.D. 1883. 
Sc.D. 1891. Hon. LL.D. Ireland and Birmingham. F.R.S., 
F.S.A., K.S.G. Formerly Pres. and Prof. Archceology, Univ. 
Coll., Cork. Dean, Med. Fac, and Prof., Anat. and Anthropology 
Univ. Birmingham. Member, Gen. Med. Council, and Consult. 
Committee, Bd. of Educ. Examiner, Anatomy in Univs. Camb., 
Glasg., Aberd., and Durham, and to R.C.P. London, and R.C.S. 
Dublin. Prof., Anthropology, St. Michael's Coll., Univ. 
Toronto. Author, " Manual of Surface Anatomy," " The 
Proportions of the Human Body," " Remains of the Prehistoric 
Age in England," " The Shakespeare Country," etc. 89, St. 
Joseph St., Toronto, Ont., Canada. 

Bennitt, Herbert Campbell Jan., 1872— July, 1874 Orchard. 

s. of W. Bennitt, J. P. and D.L., Stourton Hall, Stourbridge. 

b. Jan. 3, 1857. Incorp. accountant, Bar, Gray's Inn. Jun. 

Athenaeum Club, Piccadilly, W.l,and28, Cambridge Gdns., W.10. 
Bertram, William Jan., 1872— Dec, 1874 Latham. 

s. of W. Bertram, Kersewell, Carnwath. b. Dec. 11, 1859. 

Manchester Regt. 1878. Egypt. Exp., 1882, Medal and Bronze 

Star. Maj. 1898. S.A. War, 1899—1900, Medal with 3 Clasps. 

d. Feb. 18, 1915. 
Birch, Arnold Wilson Jan., 1872 — Apr., 1875 Latham. 

s. of Ven. Archd. Birch, Blackburn Vic. b. Dec 16, 1857. 

S. Wales Borderers. Zulu War, 1879, Medal with Clasp. 

Maj., retired 1897. Stockbroker. 
Burdett, Robert Ernest Jan., 1872— Apr., 1874 G.P.C. 

s. of W. Burdett, Manchester, b. Jan. 18, 1858. 
Colvin, John Russell Colquhoun Jan., 1872 — Dec, 1874 Brook. 

s. of B. Colvin, N.W. Provinces, b. Nov. 9, 1858. Northumb. 

Fus. 1879; LA., Cavalry 1882; Egypt. Campaigns 1884 — 5; 

empld. Foreign Dept., Govt, of India 1887 — 1906; Bt.-Lt.-Col. 

1905; invalided out 1906. Sec, Essex Terr. Assoc, 1914—16. 

United Service Club, Pall Mall, and Frognal, Sidcup, Kent. 
Hall, Percy Craven Jan., 1872 — July, 1878 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. T. H. Hall, Purston Hall, Pontefract. b. June 6, 

1859. XL 1877, 78. Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. F.R. 
Met. S. Beldornie Tower, Ryde, I. of Wight. 

Hewetson, John Jan., 1872— July, 1876 Hall- 

s. of Rev. J. Hewetson, Measham Vic, Atherstone. b. Jan. 7, 
1859. I.C.S., 8th PI. 1878. Ball. Coll., Ox. 1878. Judge in 
Burmah 1887, Trichinopoly 1903. Retired 1906. Claremont, 
Oaklands Rd., Bromley, Kent. 



•~>2 pears 1872 

James, Frank Holland fan., 1872 — Mar., L878 Mitre. 

Ol Frank James, J.P , Penkridge, Staffs, b Sept 'l I860 
d. at Valparaiso, June 4, 1917. 

Mann, Lucius Herbert Jan., 1872 — July, 1875 Hall, 

s. of L. E. Mann, Hazlebrow, Duffield. b. Feb. 27, 1861. F.S. 
Cadet, H.M.S. " Worcester " 1876—77. In Australia. 

Priestley, Frederick Joseph Blakiston 

Jan., 1872— Apr., 187") Hall. 

s. of Col. F. Priestley, Madras. 1). Apr. 18, 1858. Leicester 
Kegt. 1878. Indian S.C. Lt.-Col., retired, East India United 
Service Club, St. James' Sq., S.W. 

Swann, James Nisbet Jan., 1872— July, 1877 Hall. 

3. of J. Swann, Odstone Hill, Leics. l>. Nov. 3, 1857. F. XI. 
1875, 76. XI. 1877. Wadh. Coll., Ox. ; Exh. Classics, 1877 ; 
Hody Exh. Hebrew 1878; 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1879; B.A., 
2nd CI. Litt. Hum., 1881 ; M.A. 1884. Assist. Master, Man- 
chester Gram. Sch. 1882, Malvern Coll. 1887 — 1919. House- 
master 1890 — 1912. Inglehurst, Malvern. 

Tunstill, Harry Knmvles Jan., 1872 — July, 1876 Mitre. 

s. of J. Tunstill, Brierfield House, Burnley, b. Jan. 8, 1858. 
Trin. Coll., Ox. B.A. and M.A. 1883. Bar, Inner Temple 1883. 

Williams, Charles Hitchcock Jan., 1872 — July, 1877 Latham. 
s. of Sir G. Williams, b. Aug. 11, 1858. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
B.A., 2nd CI. The©!., 1881. M.A. 1885. C.-in-Charge, Emm. 
Ch., late Blundell's Sch. Mission. 1st Vicar, Emmanuel Parish 
1910. 49, Okehambpton Rd., Exeter. 

Brown, John Apr., 1872— Dec, 1874 Home B. 

s. of John Brown. Kepton. b. Sept. 24, 1859. Gardener and 
brush manufacturer. High Street, Repton, Derby. 

Cole, Robert Arthur Apr., 1872— Dec, 1874 Orchard, 

s. of the late Maj.-Gen. Robert A. Cole, Madras S.C. b. June 
12, 1857. Indian Army. Lt. 1878. Col. 1907. Retired 1910. 
c/o London Joint City and Midland Bank, Boscombe, Bourne- 
mouth. 

Day, Maurice William Apr., 1872— Dec, 1873 Hall. 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Cashel. b. Apr. 23, 1858. T.C.D. 
B.A., Jun. Moderator, Eth. and Log., 1881. Div. Testimonium 
1882. M.A. 1891. R. of St. John's, Newport, Co. Tipp. 1893— 
1904. Canon and Chancellor, Cashel 1903—04. R. of Kil- 
brogan 1904. Dean of Cashel 1908—13. Dean of Waterford 
1913. d. Aug. 29, 1916. 

Gallwey, Francis Henry Payne- Apr., 1872— July, 1879 Brook, 
s. of P. Payne-Gallwey, Brafferton Moor, Yorks. b. Dec. 31, 
1859. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1883. R. of Kirkby Knowle, 
Thirsk 1886—97. V. of Chirk 1901—12. R.D. Sessay Red., 
Thirsk, Yorks. 

Guilmant, Samuel Ernest Apr., 1872 — July, 1876 Home B. 

s. of Monsieur Guilmant, Repton Sch. b. Sept. 14, 1860. 
Bank manager. Lloyd's Bank House, Cheltenham. 

Hannay, William Charles Apr., 1872— July, 1876 Orchard, 

s. of W. Hannay, OR. b. July 28, 1857. Solicitor and notary. 
18, Portland St., Leamington, and 190, Rugby Rd., Leamington. 

Le Fleming, George Fleming Alexander Hughes 

Apr., 1872— Apr., 1876 Mitre, 

s. of Maj.-Gen. G. C. Hughes Le Fleming, Rydall Hall, Amble- 
side, b. Apr. 28, 1858. Magd. Coll., Camb. 1878. 3rd Border 
Kegt. Lt.-Col. 1902. Jun. Carlton Club, Pall Mall, and at 
Rydal Hall, Ambleside. 

Maiden, Charles Herbert Apr., 1872- July, 1877 Brook, 

s. of Rev. Clifford Maiden, M.A. b. July 7, 1857. Trin. Coll., 



1872 pears 53 



Camb. B.A. 1881. M.A. 1884. Chap., on Madras Eccles. 

Estabt. 1885—1906, Hon. Canon of St. George's Cath., Madras 

and Acting Archdeacon. R. of Milstead 1906. R. of Holy 

Cross, Canterbury 1909 — 17. Sec, White Cross League 1917 — 

20. Little Gransden Rcct., Sandv, Beds. 
Otter, Edward Apr., 1872— Apr., 1876 Brook. 

s. of C. Otter, Hanwell. b. June 17, 1859. Stockbroker. 

High Sheriff, Middx. 1909—10. J.P. Middx. Stanhope Park, 

Greenford, Middlesex. 
Poole, Alexander Apr., 1872 — Apr., 1873 Brook. 

s. of S. Poole, Wrexham, b. Feb. 18, 1859. Went to Upping- 
ham Sch. Trin. Coll., Ox. 1878. B.A. 1882. M.A. 1885. 

d. Mar. 10, 1919. 
Robinson, Herbert Minton Apr., 1872 — July, 1876 Priory. 

s. of J. Robinson, Westwood Hall, Leek. b. Aug. 26, 1858. 

XI. 1876. Beechfield, Stoke-on-Trent. 
Rodgers, William Cunningham Apr., 1872 — July, 1873 Priory. 

s. of Rev. E. Rodgers, Nottingham, b. Sept. 10, 1856. Christ's 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1884. Pres., St. Stephen's 

Coll., Annandale, New York. Hon. D.D. 1909. H.O. d. 

Jan. 5, 1921. 
Bewley, Arthur Alexander Sept., 1872 — July, 1876 Priory. 

s. of J. Bewley, Liverpool, b. Nov. 18, 1859. d. at Penkridge, 

Apr. 30, 1922. 
Chamier, William Sept., 1872— July, 1875 Brook. 

s. of C. F. Chamier, Blackheath. b. May 25, 1858. Superin- 
tendent of Jail. Cannanore, Malabar, S. India. 
Croft, Harry " Sept., 1872— July, 1876 Orchard. 

s. of Capt. S. Croft, Stillington Hall, Easingwold, York. b. 

July 26, 1857. St. John's Coll., Camb. J. P., N. Riding. 
Dyson, Robert Charles Sept., 1872 — July, 1875 Hall. 

s. of Rev. Dr. Dyson, b. June 15, 1858. Coopers Hill, 4th 

PI. 1877. Final Exam., 1st PI. 1880. Chief engineer, India 

State Rlys., retired 1913. Ind. Students Dept., India Office 

1916 — 19. c/o Grindlay &> Co., 54, Parliament St., S.W.I. 
Exham, Percy George Sept., 1872 — July, 1878 Orchard. 

s. of R. Exham, Cork. b. June 26, 1859. XL 1877. 78. St. 

John's Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1882. M.A. 1885. 

Assist. Master, Repton 1883—1919. House Master 1897—1919. 

d. at Repton, Oct. 7, 1922. 
Harries, George Chalie Sept., 1872— Apr., 1873 Brook. 

s. of G. J. Harries, London, b. Nov. 23, 1859. Non-Coil., 

Ox., 1879. 
Hogg, Frederick Stapleton Dickey 

Sept., 1872— July, 1876 Latham. 

s. of F. Hogg, London. b. Sept. 19, 1859. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

The Cedars, Rickmansworth, Herts. 
Huntsman, Benjamin Arthur Lillingston 

Sept., 1872— Dec, 1876 Hall. 

s. of Rev. E. J. Huntsman, Harworth Vic, Tickhill, Rotherham. 

b. July 27, 1859. C.E. Charlotte St., Sydney, Cape Breton, 

Nova Scotia. 
Jenkins, Atherton Edward Sept., 1872— Dec, 1874 Hall. 

s. of E. Jenkins, Bengal C.S. b. Aug. 31, 1859. Rifle Brig. 

Lt. 1881. Lt.-Col. 1902. c/o Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, 

S.W. 
Uebenrood, John Sept., 1872— Dec, 1873 Hall. 

s. of Capt. J. Liebenrood, R.N., Prospect Hill Park, Reading. 

b. Nov. 3, 1858. Coffee planter 1878—1902. Vol. Helper, 

Y.M.C.A. Huts. The Abbey, Carew lid., Eastbourne. 



54 pears 1872 

Liebenrood, Macdonell Longuet Sept., 1872 — Dec, 1873 Hall. 

afterwards Handcock. br. of the above, b. Aug. 24, 1860. 

Coffee planter 1880—93. H.O. 1902. Assist. Chap., Mission 

to Seamen 1902—05. Acting C.F. 1905—07. R. of Kirk- 

lington 1907—18. T.C.F. 1915—17, 1918. d. Nov. 6, 1918. 
Makant, John William Sept., 1872— July, 1874 Priory. 

s. of W. Makant, Gilnow Lodge, b. Dec. 28, 1857. XI. 1874. 

Bleacher. J. P. Gilnow Lodge, Bolton-le-Moors 
Marriott, John Arthur Ransome Sept., 1872 — July, 1878 Brook. 

s. of F. Marriott, Bowdon, Cheshire, b. Aug. 17, 1859. New 

Coll., Ox. B.A. 1882. M.A. 1885. Lecturer, Mod. Hist., 

New Coll. 1884 ; Lecturer, Wore. Coll., 1885 ; Fellow, Wore. 

Coll., Sec, Ox. Univ. Extension Deleg., 1895—1920. M.P. 

for Oxford 1917 ; member Select Committee, National Expen- 
diture, 1917 — 20 ; Lord Bryce's Joint-Committee, Second 

Chambers, 1917 — 18; Estimates Committee 1921 — 22. Author 

" Makers of Modern Italy," " Re-making of Modern Europe," 

" Second Chambers," " The English Land System," " The 

Eastern Question," " Europe and Beyond," etc. Hon. 

Fellow, Wore. Coll. M.P. for Oxford 1918—22. Linton Road, 

Oxford 
McConnel, Henry Wilson Sept., 1872— July, 1878 Mitre. 

s. of W. McConnel, Knockdolian, Ayrshire, b. June 14, 1859. 

Gonv. and Caius Coll. B.A. 1882. M.R.C.S. 1884. M.B. 

1885. M.A. 1886. Late Surgeon R.N. Mem. Counc. Nat. 

Assoc. Preven. Tuberc. ; Hon. Sec, Kelling Sanat. ; Hon. Sec, 

Paddington Tuberc. Dispensary. Matlaske Hall, Norwich. 
Metcalfe, William Harland Sept., 1872— Dec, 1872 Priory. 

s. of Rev. W. Metcalfe, Everton Vic. b. Aug. 11, 1857. Left 

on account of ill health. Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. 

Theol., 1880. V. of Everton 1883— 87. H.O. The Carr Farm, 

Everton, Bawtry, Yorks. 
Morley, Clement John Sept., 1872 — Dec, 1876 Home B. 

s. of W. Morley, Repton. b. Oct. 20, 1857. Architect and 

surveyor. 22, White St., Derby. 
Oldfield, Christopher Bevan Sept., 1872— Dec, 1877 Latham. 

s. or Rev. C. H. Oldfield, The Quinton Rect., Birmingham. 

b. July 6, 1859. Land agent in U.S.A. 
Richards, Arthur William Mordaunt 

Sept., 1872— Dec, 1873 Priory. 

s. of S. A. Richards, Ardamine. b. Feb. 6, 1860. R. Scots 

Greys. Lt. 1880. S.A. War, 1900—02. Queen's Medal with 2 

Clasps, King's Medal. Maj. 1902. D.L. Ardamine, Gorey, 

Co. Wexford. 
Shann, Thomas Lawrence Sept., 1872 — July, 1877 Orchard. 

s. of G. Shann, M.D., O.R., York. b. Sept. 21, 1858. 1st Agg. 

P. 1876, 77. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 3rd CI. Class., 1881. 

M.A. 1884. Late Assist. Master, Aysgarth Prep. Sch. Farn- 

ham, Knaresborough, Yorks. 
Shaw, William Henry Sept., 1872— Dec, 1876 Mitre. 

s. of G. Shaw, Winterdyne, Bewdley. b. Jan. 8, 1858. T.C.D. 

B.A. 1880. M.A. 1886. R. of Arlington, Devon 1889— 90. R. 

of Stapleton 1890 — 1908. Nyeri, Kenya Colony, E. Africa. 
Whatton, Hugh de Heriz Sept., 1872— July, 1877 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. B. Whatton. b. Jan. 23, 1859. J. P., Wilts. 

Conservative Club, S.W.I. , and Rockley Manor, Marlborough. 
Willis, Frederick Milne Sept., 1872 Apr., 1878 Hall. 

s. of F. Willis, Trowbridge, b. Feb. 3, 1861. 1, Woodlands, 

Torrs Park, Ilfracombe. 



1872 pears 55 



Wintle, Thomas Gilbert Sept., 1872— July, 1878 Priory. 

s. of J. Wintle, Hill House, Newnham, Glos. b. Sept. 25, 1860. 

Solicitor. Hazelmere, Ilkley, Yorks. 
Yardley, John Watkins Sept., 1872— Dec, 1874 Hall. 

s. of John Yardley, Chesterfield Lodge, nr. Lichfield, b. July 

17, 1858. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1881. 6th Inniskilling 

Dragoons 1882. Bechuanaland Exp. 1884 — 85. Zululand 

1888. Served with Imp. Yeo. in S.A. War, 1899—1900, 

severely wounded, Despatches, Queen's Medal with 5 Clasps. 

Lt.-Col. 1902. Dep. Dir. of Remounts with Cav. Corps, 

France 1914—19. Despatches five times. D.S.O., C.M.G. 

d. 28, 1920. 
York, Alfred Sept., 1872— Apr., 1876 Orchard. 

s. of S. York, Shifnal. b. Aug. 2, 1958. Merchant, sole repre- 
sentative in Canada for W. H. Rogers & Co. 
Harris, Claudius Shirley Nov., 1872— July, 1875 G.P.C- 

s. of Capt. C. R. W. F. Harris, H.E.I.C.S. b. Oct. 28, 1857. 

Trin. Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Jurisp., 1878. M.A. 1882. 

7th Dragoon Guards 1879. R. Scots Greys 1880. Capt. 1888. 

Exchanged to York and Lane. Regt. 1889. Retired, d. Oct. 

29 1916. 
Berry,' James E. Jan., 1873— Apr., 1873 G.P.C. 

s. of J. T. Berry, Halifax, b. July 29, 1858. 
Boddlngton, Edgar Jan., 1873 — July, 1878 Orchard. 

s. of H. Boddington, Silverdale, Lanes, b. June 30, 1859. 

Jesus Coll., Camb., Sch. B.A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1882. M.A. 1885. 

V. of St. Ignatius, Sunderland 1889. V. of Swinton, Lanes. 

1899. V. of Greatham 1907—15. H.O. Uplands, Arnside, 

Cam forth. 
Brown, Gervase Jan., 1873 — July, 1877 Home B. 

s. of Thomas Brown, Repton. b. July 23, 1862. Farmer. 

Milton, Repton, Derby. 

Cayzer, Benjamin William Courtenay 

Jan., 1873— July, 1877 Orchard. 

s. of Thomas Cayzer, Aigburth, Liverpool, b. June 9, 1860. 

Hotel proprietor. Mayne Island Hotel, Mayne Island, B.C. 
Chataway, Henry Milward Jan., 1873— July, 1877 Priory. 

s. of Rev. T. E. Chataway, Peckleton Rect., Hinckley, b. Aug., 

1, 1859. d. June 7, 1921. 
Kennedy, Frederick David Charles Shaw- 
Jan., 1873— Dec, 1873 Hall. 

s. of J. Shaw-Kennedy, London, b. May 8, 1858. J. P., Ayr- 
shire. Hurlingham Club, S.W., and Kirkmichael, Maybole, N.B. 
Maiden, Walter Jan., 1873— July, 1877 Brook. 

s. of Rev. Clifford Maiden, M.A. b. Aug. 11, 1858. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1881. M.A. 1884. M.B. 1886. M.D. 

1895. M.R.C.P. 1909. R.A.M.C. (T.F.), Capt. 1908. d. at 

Cambridge, Oct. 28, 1918. 
Martin, Thomas Jan., 1873 — Dec, 1875 Home B. 

s. of W. Martin, Repton. b. May 31, 1858. Police sergeant. 
Monkland, Surtees Mackenzie Jan., 1873 — July, 1875 Priory. 

s. of Col. Monkland, Oak Bank, Weston-super-Mare. b. Mar. 

27, 1858. Lt. R.D.C. 1915—19. The Chalet, Datchet, Bucks. 
Morley, Haydn Arthur Jan., 1873— Apr., 1880 Home B. 

s. of W. Morley, Repton. b. Nov. 26, 1860. Played cricket 

for Derbys. and football for Derbys., Notts., and Sheffield 

Wednesday. Solicitor. 26, Paradise Sq., Sheffield, and 

Hathersage, Derbys 



56 pears 1873 

Newill, Robert Henry Jan., 1873— July, 1877 Mitre. 

s. of J. Newill, Lydbury North, b. Apr. 5, 1859. XI. 1875, 76, 
77. Land agent. The Elms, Little Stretton, Salop. 

Paul, Ernest Theodore Jan., 1873— July, 1875 Priory. 

s. of Theodore Paul, Aberystwyth, b. Apr. 14, 1858. R.M.L.I. 
Lt. 1876. Bengal S.C. 1880. Egypt. Exp., 1882, Tel-el-Kebir, 
Medal with Clasp and Bronze Star. Col. 1906. Retired. 
A.A.G..W. Command 1915. France 1917— 20. d. Feb. 17, 1922. 

Pitcairn, Ronald A. Jan., 1873— Dec., 1875 Latham, 

s. of Col. Pitcairn, Aberdeen, b. Oct. 13, 1858. 

Prescott, Henry Ernest Jan., 1873 — Apr., 1876 Brook, 

s. of Ven. Archd. Prescott, D.D. b. May 9, 1859. Trin. Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1883. M.A. 1886. 44, Kensington Sq., W.8. 

Rosher, Ernest Jan., 1873 — July, 1878 G.P.C. 

s. of G. Rosher, The Knowle, Higham, Rochester, b. Jan. 30, 
1859. XL 1878. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. Bar, 
Mid. Temple. 11, New Court, Line. Inn, W.C.; Oxford and 
Cambridge Club, and 68, Cheyne Court, Chelsea, S.W.3. 

Shaw, Alfred Havergal Feb., 1873— Apr., 1877 Mitre, 

s. of G. Shaw, Winterdyne, Bewdley. b. May 12, 1859. T.C.D. 
Capt., Univ. Hockey 1880. B.A. 1881. M.A. 1886. V. of 
Titley, Hereford 1892. V. of Paddock Wood 1895—1904. R. 
of Wingfield 1917, Wingfield Red., Trowbridge, Wilts. 

Sykes, Henry Jan., 1873 — Apr., 1877 Priory, 

s. of H. M. Sykes, Roundhay Grange, Leeds, b. Jan. 18, 1859. 
XL 1876. Jesus Coll., Camb. Exh. 1881. Tennis Blue 1881, 
82,83. B.A., bracketed 1st in 2nd CI. Hist. 1882. Ridley 
Hall; H.O. 1883. C.M.S. Miss., Palestine, 1886—1921. 
Y.M.C.A. work, France 1916,17. c/o A. Sykes, Roundhay, 
Leeds. 

Eaton, George Peach Apr., 1873— July, 1876 Home B. 

s. of G. Eaton, Repton. b. Nov. 12, 1861. 

Ekln, Tom Charles Apr., 1873— Dec, 1876 Mitre, 

s. of T. Ekin, Newmarket. b. May 16, 1861. 2/lst., London 
Regt. Lt.-Col. Bar, Mid. Temple. M.Inst. C.E., M.I.M.E. 
Commanded 2/lst London Regt. Suvla Bay 1915. Assist. 
Chief Engineer, E. Command 1918. Despatches. Chief Eng. 
Inspr., Electricity Commn. Union Club, Trafalgar Sq., S.W.I. 

Hulbert, Charles Apr., 1873— July, 1876 Hall, 

s. of J. H. Hulbert, Stakes Hill, nr. Cosham, Hants, b. Feb. 
5, 1860. Master in Supreme Court. Hillfield, Harrow. 

Hunter Blair, Forbes Cromartie Apr., 1873— July, 1877 Hall, 
s. of Sir E. Hunter Blair, Bart., of Blairquhan Castle, Maybole, 
N.B. b. Sept. 22, 1859. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1881. 
LL.B. 1883. R. Ayr and Wigtown Mil. 1885. 3rd R. Scots 
Fus. 1915. Gallipoli, Salonica, Egypt 1915 — 19. Major, 
Member, R. Company of Archers 1921. Wine Merchant. 14, 
Constitution St., Leith. 

Messiter, Arthur Frederick Apr., 1873 — Dec, 1879 Priory, 

s. of Rev. G. M. Messiter, 1st Usher, Repton Sch. b. Nov. 24, 
1861. Queen's Coll., Birm. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Author, 
" Notes on Epworth Parish Life in the Eighteenth Century." 
Epworth, Doncaster. 

Mortlock, Ernest Apr., 1873 — July, 1877 Brook. 

s. of C. Mortlock, Filey, b. Aug. 24, 1859. Dominion City, 
Manitoba, Canada. 

Rowland, Thomas Bartlott Apr., 1873— July, 1875 Home B. 
s. of G. Rowland, Repton. b. May 11, 1861. Hotel keeper. 
Royal Oah Hotel, Horninglow, Burton- on-T rent. 



1873 pears 57 



Woodhouse, John Forbes Apr., 1873— July, 1875 Hall. 

s. of S. Woodhouse, Norley Hall, Frodsham. b. Apr. 30, 1859. 

Wine Merchant. The Grange, Hockliffe, Leighton Buzzard. 
Battersby, George Haiford- Sept., 1873— July, 1878 Hall. 

afterwards Harford, s. of Rev. T. D. Harford-Battersby, St. 

John's Vic, Keswick, b. Jan. 15, 1860. Ball Coll., Ox., Exh. 

1879. 1st CI. Math. Mods. 1880. B.A., 2nd CI. Math., 1882. 
1st CI. Theol. 1884. M.A. 1886. R. of Middle Claydon, Bucks. 
1888—97. Hon. Can., Liverpool 1906. Joint Author, "The 
Hexateuch, according to the Revised Version." " The Prayer 
Book Dictionary." d. Feb. 21, 1921. 

Bird, Thomas Woodward Sept., 1873— Dec, 1878 Orchard. 

s. of Thomas V. Bird, 4, Riversdale Rd., Aigburth. b. June 16, 
I860. 4, Riversdale Rd., Aigburth, Liverpool. 

Cassels, William Wharton Sept., 1873— July, 1877 G.P.C. 

s. of John Cassels, Oporto, b. Mar. 11, 1858. XI. 1877. St. 
John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1881. D.D. 1913. Missionary in 
China 1885. Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Western China 1895. Pao-ning, 
via Wanhsien, Western China. 

Clarke, Arthur Thomas Sept., 1873— Apr., 1876 G.P.C. 

s. of A. F. Clarke, London, b. Apr. 10, 1859. 

Clarke, Woodthorpe Johnson Sept., 1873 — July, 1877 Latham, 
s. of H. Clarke, Binbrook. b. Sept. 11, 1859. St. John's 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1883. Bar, Inner Temple. J. P. and C.C., 
Lines, d. Mar. 16, 1916. 

Elliot, George Ramsay Sept., 1873— Apr., 1877 Brook, 

s. of Col. Charles Elliot, C.B. b. Dec. 28, 1861. 2nd Lt. 72nd 
Highlanders 1881. Lt. Seaforth Highlanders July, 1881. 
Egypt Exp., 1822, Tel-el-Kebir, Medal with Clasp, and Bronze 
Star. Hazara Exps., 1888 — 91, Medal with 2 Clasps. Chitral 
Exp., 1895, Medal with Clasp. Maj. 1899. Retired 1901. 
F.Z.S. F.R. Met.S. Gov., H.M. Prison, Bristol 1908—10, 
Warwick 1910—12. d. June 3, 1915. 

Falcon, Michael Sept., 1873- July, 1877 Hall. 

s. of Michael Falcon, O.R., Stainburn, Workington, b. June 
28, 1859. Estate agent. Horstead House, Norwich. 

Ford, Henry Justice Sept., 1873— July, 1879 Priory, 

s. of W. A. Ford, London, b. Feb. 5, 1860. XL 1877, Capt. 
1878, 79. Clare Coll., Camb., Sch. 1st CI. Class. Pt. I. B.A., 
2nd CI. Class. Pt. II., 1883. Painter and Illustrator, Lang's 
Fairy Books, Longman's Historical series, etc. 77, Bedford 
Gardens, Kensington, W.8. 

Gilbertson, James Henry Sept., 1873 — Dec, 1877 Latham. 

s. of H. Gilbertson, Hertford, b. Sept. 11, 1860. F.XI. 1876, 
77. 1st Herts. V.B. Bedford Regt. Capt. and Hon. Maj. 
M.R.C.S. 1883. L.R.C.P. 1885. Member, B.M.A. Med. Off., 
N. Herts, and S. Beds. Hosp. The Limes, Hitchen. 

Hewetson, Joseph Sept., 1873— July, 1879 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Hewetson, Measham Vic. b. Mar. 19, 1860. 2nd 
Agg P. 1879. Wore Coll., Ox., Exh. 3rd CI. Class. Mods. 

1880. Jun. Gk. Test. P. 1882. B.A., 1st CI. Theol., 1883. 
Denyer and Johnson Sch. 1884. M.A. 1886. Vice-Prin., 
Wcliffe Hall 1887—93. H.O. Measham Vic, Burlon-on-Trent. 

Hiley, Arnold James Watkinson Sept., 1873— July, 1876 Hall. 
s. of Rev. J. S. Hiley, Woodhouse Vic. b. Nov. 15, 1858. Ex. 
Coll., Ox. B. A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1881. M.A. 1885. V. of Wood- 
house 1888—98. Woodhouse Eaves Vic, Loughborough. 

Holden, Harry Sept., 1873— Dec, 1875 Latham, 

s. of Rev. A. A. Holden, Nuttall Temple, Nottingham, b. 
Sept. 24, 1858. Engineer. The Cottage, Thelwall, Warrington. 



58 pears 1873 

King,' Henry Somerset Sept., 1873— Dec, 1876 Hall. 

s. of Capt. F. King, Fryern House, Pulborough. b. Feb. 21, 

1860. R.E. Lt. 1879. Miranzai Exp. 1891, Despatches, 

Medal with Clasp. Maj. 1897. Lt.-Col. 1904. Retired 1909. 

New Oxford and Camb. Club, and Harestock House, Winchester. 
Lambrick, George Menzies Sept., 1873 — July, 1879 Priory 

s. of Gen. Lambrick, R. M.L.I, b. Oct. 10, 1860. F.S. F. XI. 

1877, Capt. 1878. XI. 1878, 79. Trim Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1882. M.A. 1885. Prebend of Wells 1916. Blagdon Red., 

Bristol. 
Lanphier, Joseph J. H. Sept. 1873— Dec, 1873 Hall. 

s. of J. Lanphier, Horsford. b. July 17, 1859. 
Lomas, George Edward Sept., 1873 — Dec, 1876 Latham. 

s. of H. Lomas, Burnley, b. Jan. 5, 1860. XL 1875, 76. 

Many years Capt., Barberton C.C., S. Africa. Solicitor, d. in 

Natal, Mar. 11, 1921. 

Marriott, Frank Ransome Sept., 1873— July, 1880 Brook, 

s. of F. Marriott, Bowden, Cheshire, b. Sept. 18, 1861. XI. 
1879, 80. F. XL 1879. 1st Agg. P. 1879, 80. New Coll., Ox. 
Athl. Blue 1882,83. B.A. 1884. M.A. 1887. Domestic Chap, 
to Bp. Rochester 1887—89. V. of Warlingham 1890—1900. 
R.D. of Woodstock 1916. Woottou Red., Woodstock. 

Mason, Ernest Augustus Sept., 1873— July, 1877 G.P.C. 

s. of A. Mason, Blackheath. b. Feb. 13, 1859. 

Mawdesley, Harold Si pt., 1873 — Apr., 1877 Orchard. 

s. of F. L. Mawdesley, York. b. Oct. 10, 1859. Railway 
engineer, retired. Fulford, Western Rd., Hurstpier point, 
Sussex. 

Mitchell- Innes, Norman Gilbert Sept., 1873— July, 1876 Latham, 
s. of G. Mitchell-Innes, Bangour, N.B. b. May, 9, 1859. 
Eastern C.S. 1882—96. Bar, Mid. Temple 1889. Gov., H.M. 
Prison, Lewes 1902—09, Portland 1909—10. H.M. Inspr. of 
Prisons. Wellington Club, Grosvenor Place, S.W.I. 

Morris, John Edward Sept., 1873— July, 1878 Mitre, 

s. of H. Morris, Madras C.S. b. Aug. 1, 1859. Exh. Leaving 
Exh. Magd. Coll., Ox. Demy. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. B.A., 
2nd CI. Litt. Hum., 1882. M.A. 1885. Arnold Hist. Essay, 
D. Litt. Ox. 1905.; Litt. D. Manchester 1912. Author, " The 
Welsh Wars of Edward I." etc. Assist. Master, Bedford Sch. 
2, Rothsay Gardens, Bedford. 

Napier, Francis Sept., 1873— July, 1879 Priory, 

afterwards Napier- Clavering. s. of Rev. J. W. Napier, 
Stretton Vic, Stafford, b. Nov. 22, 1859. F.S. XL 1879. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. M.A. 1886. Headmaster, 
Kidbrooke House, Blackheath 1888—95 ; The Tower, Dover- 
court 1895 — 1907. Branxholm, Minchinhampton, Glos. 

Perkins, Albert John Sept., 1873— July, 1880 Latham. 

s. of H. Perkins, Moray House, New Barnet. b. Dec. 18, 1861 . 
XI. 1880. Down. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1884. V. of Ellertou 
1 <><)<> -12. Stillington Vic, York. 

Scriven, Rowland Sept., 1873— Oct., 1878 Hall, 

s. of W. B. B. Scriven, M.D., Dublin, b. June 30, 1859. Trin. 
Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Hist., 1884. M.A. 1890. Pri. Sec. 
to Archbp. Dublin 1892—96 ; Dom. Chap. 1896—1918. Hon. 
C. of Balbriggan 1898-191'.) W, Ridgway Place, Wimbledon, 
S.W. 19. 

Stowell, Hugh Frederick La Motlie Sept., 1 S73- July, 1878 Hall, 
s. of Rev. H. A. Stowell, Breadsall Rect., Derby, b. Nov. 5, 
1859. Line. Coll., Ox., Sch. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1880. -B.A., 
3rd CI. Litt. Hum.. 1 S82. M.A. 1886. Assist. Master, Harrison 



1873 pears 59 

Coll., Barbados, W.I. 1883 — 86. H.O. Ovington Red., Aires- 
ford, Hants. 

Taylor, James Sept., 1873 — Dec, 1875 Home B. 

s. of Isaiah Taylor, Repton. b. Jan. 11, 1862. Plumber. 
Repton Derby. 

Terry, Samuel Savile Sept., 1873 — Apr., 1877 G.P.C. 

s. of Sir Joseph Terry, York. b. Jan. 31, 1859. Solicitor, 
retired. 

Tunnicliffe, George Henry Sept., 1873 — July, 1876 Orchard, 

s. of H. C. Tunnicliffe, Yarlet, Stafford, b. June 17, 1859. 
Late Capt. and Hon. Maj. 3rd N. Staffs. Regt., S.A. War 1902. 
J. P. Staffs. Capt. 3rd N. Staffs. Regt. 1914—18. Whitgreave 
Manor, Stafford. 

Walton, William Warren Sept., 1873— July, 1877 Orchard, 

s. of G. Walton, Quarndon, Derby, b. Aug. 17, 1859. Mining 
engineer. Towy Castle, Carmarthen. 

Wing, William Hinman Sept., 1873— July, 1877 Orchard. 

s. of W. Wing, Market Overton, Oakham, b. Feb. 5, 1859. 
Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. M.A. 1896. Prof, of Music, 
d. Jan. 6, 1912. 

Beauchamp, Montague Harry Proctor 

Jan., 1874— July, 1879 Latham. 
Succeded bro. as 7th Bart. 1915. s. of Sir T. W. B. Proctor 
Beauchamp, Bart., Langley Park, Norwich, b. Apr. 19, 1860. 
Trim Coll., Camb. B.A. 1883. M.A. 1912. China Inland 
Missionary 1885—1910. S.C.R 1916—21. Despatches, 

Murmansk 1919. F.R.G.S., F.R.C.I. Ebley Court, Stroud, Glos. 

Cassels, Francis Kennedy Jan., 1874— Apr., 1876 G.P.C. 

s. of John Cassels, Oporto, b. Nov. 3, 1859. La Cumbre, 
West Hill, Ottery St. Mary. 

Colvill, Robert Fred Steuart Jan., 1874— July, 1879 Latham, 
s. of J. Chaigneau Colvill, Coolock House, b. Aug. 4, 1860. 
Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. Dir. Bk. of Ireland ; Gov. Bk. 
of Ireland 1916—18. J. P. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff 1910. 
Kildare St. Club, and Coolock House, Co. Dublin. 

Lelghton, Clarance Frank Jan., 1874 — July, 1877 . Mitre, 

s. of David C. Leighton, I.C.S., Bafford House, Charlton Kings, 
Cheltenham, b. Sept. 28, 1859. Solicitor. 61, Carey St., 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C.2., and Lilly's, Chelsfeld, Kent. 

Maconchy, Ernest William Stewart King 

Jan., 1874— Apr., 1878 G.P.C. 

s. of G. Maconchy, Corrinagh, Torquay, and Rathmore, Co. 
Longford, b. June 18, 1860. E. Yorks. Regt. Lt. 1882. 4th 
Sikh I., Punjab Frontier Force. Hazara, 1888, Medal with 
Clasp. Ditto, 1891, Despatches, Clasp and D.S.O. Chitral, 
1895, Medal with Clasp. Kurram Valley, 1897, 2 Clasps 
Tirah, 1897, 3 Clasps. Waziristan, 1901, Clasp. Col. 1904. 
CLE. 1909. Dep. Sec, Gov. of India, Army Dept. 1909—12. 
C.B., 1911. Retired 1914. Commanded Bde, Notts, and 
Derby 1915. Hon. Brig. Gen., C.M.G. 1917. Naval and Mili- 
tary Club, and c/o Grindlay <§- Co., 64, Parliament St., S.W.I. 

Nicholson, William Jan., 1874— Apr., 1878 Priory. 

s. of William Nicholson, Donacloney House, Co. Down. b. 
Aug. 30, 1859. F. XL 1876,77. T.C.D. B.A. 1881. 20th 
Hussars. Lt. 1882. Resigned 1885. Master, United Hunt 
Club Foxhounds, Co. Cork 1895—1906. Killiora Lodge, 
Glounthaune, nr. Cork. 

Prescott, Percy Edward Jan., 1874 — July, 1877 Brook. 

s. of Ven. Archd. Prescott, D.D. b. Sept. 17, 1860. R.A.C. ■ 
Cirencester. Sioux City, Iowa, U.S.A. 



60 pears 1874 



Rolleston, Adrian Stewart Jan., 1874— Dec, 1877 Hall. 

s. of Maj. Rolleston, Douglas, b. Nov. 27, 1859. F.S. Clare 

Coll., Camb. Bp. Wilson's Theol. Sen., I. of M. 1892. P.C. of 

St. Jude's, Kirk Andreas 1894 — 1913. H.O. Congerstone 

Red., Ather stone. 
Stanhope, Hon. Chandos Scudamore 

Jan., 1874— July, 1876 Brook. 

s. of 9th Earl of Chesterfield, b. Jan. 15, 1859. XI. 1876. 

d. Mar. 8, 1911. 
Thompson, William Ritchie Jan., 1874 — Apr., 1877 Mitre. 

s. of W. C. Thompson, Liverpool, b. June 30, 1860. 
Topham, Harry Gillespie Jan., 1874 — July, 1881 Priory. 

s. of Rev. E. C. Topham, Hawkswell Rect., Bedale. b. Feb. 17, 

1862. XI. 1878, 79, 80, 81. Jesus Coll., Camb. Camb. XI. 

1883, 84. B.A. 1884. V. of Milton, Southsea 1892—93. R. of 

Middleham 1903. R.D., 1910. The Rectory, Middleham R.S.O., 

Yorks. 
Waldegrave, Hon. Granville George 

Jan., 1874— July, 1876 Latham. 

Lord Radstock, succeeded his father as 4th Baron, 1913. b. 

Sept. 1. 1859. Trim Coll., Camb. B.A. 1883. National Club, 

Whitehall Gardens ; Mayfield, Woolston, Hants., and 4, Park Sq. 

West, N.W. 
Wlndley, William Jan., 1874— Dec, 1877 Priory 

s. of W. Windley, Fernleigh House, Nottingham, b. Dec. 5, 

1859. Trim Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. M.R.C.S. 1884. M.A. 
1886. Colston Bassett, Nottingham. 

Yardley, George Watkins Jan., 1874 — Dec, 1878 Hall. 

s. of John Yardley, Chesterfield Lodge, nr. Lichfield, b. Feb. 8, 

1860. B.N.C., Ox. B.A. 1882. Lt. (t) Remount Service 
10/14; Capt. 2/17; France 1914—18; Germany 1919; Des- 
patches. Stockbroker. 2, Motcombe St., Belgrave Sq., S.W., 
and 4, Copthall Court, E.C2- 

York, Francis Colin Jan., 1874— Feb., 1875. Orchard, 

s. of S. York, Shifnal. b. Mar. 30, 1860. M. Inst C.E. Chief 
Mech. Engineer, Buenos Aires and Pacific Ry., 1886 — 1916. 
The Cliffe, Llandegfan, Anglesey. 

HUGKIN, Headmaster, 1874-1882. 

Addenbrooke, Hubert John Apr., 1874 — Dec, 1877 Priory. 

s. of Henry Addenbrooke, Sutton Coldfield. b. Sept. 6, 1859. 

XL 1877. Farming. Mangamahu, Wanganui, N.Z. 
Bayard, Robert Valentine Campbell 

Apr., 1874— Dec, 1874 Latham. 

s. of John C. Bayard, Gwernydd, Manafon, Montgomery. 

b. Nov. 4, 1858. St. John's Coll., Camb. 1877. B.A. 1884. 

M.A. 1888. d. July 23, 1896. 
Dudeney, Charles James Apr., 1874 — Apr., 1878 Home B. 

s. of James Dudeney, Repton. b. Apr. 16, 1862. Chief 

Surveyor. Estate Office, Midland Ry., Derby, and Willington, 

Derbyshire. 
Falcon, Gordon Apr., 1874— July, 1879 Hall. 

s. of Michael Falcon, O.R., Stainburn, Workington, b. July 
. 13, 1862. Solicitor. Coroner, Cumberland and Egremont. 

Accidentally shot, Feb. 7, 1907. 
Johnson, Arthur Borough Apr., 1874 — Doc, 1778 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. W. Johnson, Repton Sch. b. Oct. 23, 1861. Archi- 
tect. The Bowers, Greenway, Uxbridge. 



1874 huckin 61 



Scott, George Uexander Apr., Is74 [uly, 1883 Orchard. 

s. of R J Scott. Epsom b. May 14, 1862. Pemb. Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 2nd CI. Class. Pt. I., 1884. Bar, Inner Temple. 

Official Referee. No. 322, R. Courts of Justice, W.C 2. 
Stileman, Edgar Croughton Apr., 1874— Dec, 1875 Latham 

s. of R. Stileman, 32 Leinster Sq. b. Feb. 25, 1859. Gatesdene, 

Collington Lane, Bexhill-on-Sea. 
Thompson, Herbert Apr., 1874— Dec, 1877 Mitre. 

s. of R. Steele Thompson, J. P. Elm Bank, Workington, b. 

Sept. 7, 1859. J. P., Cumb. Late Bank manager, c/o The Bank, 

Workington. 
Thompson, Maitland Apr., 1874 — July, 1876 Mitre. 

br. of the above, b. Mar. 2, 1861. M.R.C.S. L.R.C.P. 1884. 

Mayor, Hemel Hempstead 1905. Retired 1911. Capt. 

R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 1915—22. Stargill, Kew Rd., Richmond, S.W. 
Whltaker, Charles Hildyard Thornton 

Apr., 1874— Apr., 1875 G. P. C. 

s. of Rev. R. Whitaker, Leconfield Rect., Beverley, b. May 10, 

1859. S. Yorks. Regt. Capt. 1884. 2nd Yorks. L.I. Lt.-Col. 
Awarded R. Humane Soc. Medal 1904. Candia, Crete. 

Law, Robert Samuel Apr., 1874 — Dec, 1877 Latham. 

s. of Rev. R. S. Law, Drumconrath Rect , Ardee, Co. Louth. 

b. Apr. 7, 1860. d. Oct. 2, 1880. 
Ward, William Wentworth Apr., 1874— Dec, 1875 Home B. 

s. of Richard Marbrow Ward, Repton. b. Mar. 21, 1861. d. 

June 29, 1903. 
Smythe, William Lyster Apr., 1874— Dec, 1875 Brook. 

s. of Henry M. Smythe. b. Sept. 29 1859. Dublin City 

R.G.A. Mil. Col. Assist. Pri. Sec. to Earl Spencer. Gent, in 

Waiting to Earl of Aberdeen and to Lord Houghton. A.-D.-C. 

to Ld.-Lieutenant of Ireland 1906 — 10. J. P. and D.L., Co. 

Westmeath. Barbavilla, Westtneath, and Kildare St. Club, 

Dublin. 
Shaw, John May, 1874 — Dec, 1876 Orchard. 

s. of John Shaw, Normanton House, b. Dec. 30, 1859. Land 

agent. 
Barnard, Alfred George William. Sept., 1874— Apr., 1876 Hall. 

s. of Rev. G. W. Barnard, St. Philip's Vic, Kennington Rd., 

S.E. b. Jan. 7, 1861. L.D.S. Eng. 1882. 57a, Wimpole St., W . 

and 77, Upper Richmond Rd., S.W. 15. 
Barrington, Manliff Sept., 1874— July, 1881 Priory. 

s. of C. Barrington, Dublin, b. July 2, 1861. Trin. Coll., 

Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1884. Irish Bar 1887. Dep. 

Regr. of Titles, 1919. Univ. Club, Dublin, and 10, Hatch .St., 

Dublin. 
Beadel, Rupert William Sept., 1874— Dec, 1874 Mitre. 

s. of W. J. Beadel, Springfield, Lyons, Chelmsford, b. Aug. 4, 

1860. Pemb. Coll., Ox. 1878. 

Carr, Lawrence Carter Sept., 1874 — July, 1880 Latham. 

s. of Rev. E. Carr, Holbrooke Hall, Derby, b. Aug. 17, 1861. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1884. Ridley Hall 1884. MA. 1889. 

H.O. Over strand Rect., Cromer. 
Donaldson, Frederick Leverton Sept., 1874 — Dec, 1879 Hall. 

s. of J. Donaldson, Aberdeen Pk., London. b. Feb. 20, 

1863. R.A. Lt. 1882. Nile Exp., 1884—85, Medal with 

Clasp. Hazara F.F., 1887, Medal with Clasp. Maj. 1900, 

retired, d. Mar. 24, 1912. 
Elliot, Edward Morriss Sept., 1874— July, 1877 Hall 

s. of T. Elliot, Roker, Sunderland, b. Jan. 2, 1860. Mining 

engineer. 



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English, Edgar Harold Sept., 1874— D-c. , 1876 Orchard. 

s. of H. H. English, Peterborough, b. Apr. 18, 1860. 9, 

Alder mans Drive, Peterborough. 
English, Philip Henry Sept., 1874— Dae, 1877 Orchard, 

br. of the above, b. Apr. 29, 1861. Westwood, Little Common, 

Bexhill-on-Sea. 
Farrant, Robert Reece Sept., 1874— July, 1879 Latham. 

s. of R. Farrant, Cullompton Court, Devon, b. Oct. 5, 1860. 

New Coll., Ox. 3rd CI. Class. Mods. 1881. B.A., 2nd CI. Hist., 

1883. Sarum Theol. Coll. 1884. M.A. 1886. V. of Welland, 

1896, d. June 7, 1915. 
Ford, Walter Armitage Justice Sept., 1874— July, 1880 Priory. 

s. of W. A. Ford, London, b. Mar. 20, 1861. XL 1878, 79, 

Capt. 1880. King's Coll., Camb., Sch. B.A., 1st CI. Ckiss. 

Pt. I., 1883. VI. Form Tutor, Wellington Coll., 1885—87. 

Prof., Singing, R.C.M., Kensington since 1894, and Univ. Coll. 

Reading since 1910. 25, Stratford Rd., Kensington, W.8. 
Gordon, Alexander Sept., 1874— Djc, 1877 Orchard. 

s. of A. Gordon, 20, Chancery Lane. b. May 22, 1858. K.C. 

Judge of the Supreme Court, N.S.W., 1910. 143, Phillip St., 

Sydney, N.S.W. 
Guilmant, Louis Armand Sept., 1874— D-c. , 1879 Home B. 

s. of Monsieur Guilmant, Repton Sch. b. Dec. 23, 1861. 

Banking. 67, Mill Hill Lane, Derby. 
Hailes, Clements David Grierson Sept., 1874— Dae., 1877 Mitre. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. Hailes, R.A. b. July 23, 1860. Edinburgh. 

M.B., CM. 1884. M.D. 1886. F.R.C.S. 1898. Queen's Fdin. 

Rifles 1878 — 83. Received R. Humane Soc. Award for saving 

life at sea. 2, Richmond Park Rd., Clifton, Bristol. 
Hamerton, John Grove Sept., 1874— D?c, 1876 Orchard. 

s. of J. Hamerton, Elm Avenue, Nottingham, b. Aug. 22, 

1860. Brendon, Newick, Sussex. 
Hanmer, Montgomery Sept., 1874 — Apr., 1876 Brook. 

s. of LI. Hanmer, Deanwator, Wilmslow. h. Mar. 11, i860. 

Merchant, d. Mar. 12, 1910. 
Hanmer, Alexander Sept., 1874 |uly, 1881 Brook. 

br. of the above, b. Aug. 11, 1861. XL 1880-81. Merchant. 

Edgemoor, Buxton. 
Hay, Athole Stanhop > Sept., 1874 -July, 1875 Hall. 

s. of Sir R. Hay, Bart., Kingsmeadows, Haystown, Peebles, 

N.B. b. Mar. 25, 1861. Late Highland Borderers. Marie- 
field, Roxburgh, N.B. 
Hensley, Alfred Douglas Sept., 1874— July, 1879 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. Hensley, Cotgrave Rect., Nottingham, b. Nov. 

17, 1860. Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. 1884. Late Supt., Notts. 

Police. Special Constable. Willowbank, Itchingfield, 

Horsham. 
Johnson, William Noel Sept., 1874 Dc, lssl Orchard. 

s. of Rev. W. Johnson, Repton Sch. b. May 22, 1863. Emm. 

Coll., Camb. R.A.M. London. Dipl., Conservatorium, Leip- 
zig. Musical conductor and composer. d. Jan. 22, 1916. 
Macbean, Alexander Sept., 1874— Djc., 1879 Hall. 

s. of Col. Macbean, Kinchoil, Ayr, N.B. b. Nov. 5, 1859. 

Keble Coll., Ox. 3rd CI. Class. Mods. 1881. Army tutor, d. 

Jan. 9, 1907. 
Mclnroy, Charles Hesketh Sept., 1874 -Jury, 1876 Mitre. 

s. of W. Mclnroy, Lude, Blair Atholl. b. Nov. 8, 1861. 
Makant, Robert Percy Sept., 1874 -July, 1878 Priory. 

s. of W. Makant, Gilnow Lodge, Bolton, b. Nov. 15, 1860. d. 

Nov. 29, 1892. 



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Mortlock, Charles Sept., 1874— Dec, 1879 Brook. 

s. of C. Mortlock, Filey, b. June 2, 1862. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Woodhall Spa, Lines. 
Napier, Henry Percy Sept., 1874— July, 1879 Mitre. 

afterwards Napier- Clavering. s. of Rev. J. W. Napier. 

b. July 7, 1861. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1882. 

M.A. 1886. Assist. Master, Monkton Combe Sch. 1883 — 89. 

Principal, Trin. Coll., Kandy, Ceylon 1890—1900. R. of Stella 

1900—07. Ceylon 1907—12. Clerical Sec, C.E.Z.M.S. 1912— 

16. C.F. 1917—19. Chaplain of Dimbula. The Parsonage, 

Talawakele, Ceylon. 
Playne, Francis George Sept., 1874 — July, 1879 Hall. 

s. of Charles Playne, Nailsworth. b. May 29, 1860. Solicitor. 

Forwood House, Minchinhampton, Glos. 
Robarts, Sydney Sept., 1874— July, 1877 Hall. 

s. of A. Robarts, Stamford Hill, London, b. Aug. 26, 1859. 

d. at Zambezi, Jan., 1898. 
Rowlands, George Daniel Sept., 1874 — July, 1876 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Rowlands, b. Oct. 18, 1858. Queen's Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1882. M.A. 1885. R. of Grindon, Leek 1892. 

d. Oct. 12, 1899. 
Serjeant, James Robert Beza Sept., 1874— Mar., 1881 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. S. Serjeant, b. Feb. 14, 1863. R.E. Lt. 1883. 

Capt. 1891. Bengal Sappers and Miners. Burmah Exp., 

1886, Medal with Clasp, d. at Lundi Kotal, Aug. 1, 1898. 
Shaw, Frederick Charles Sept., 1874— Dec, 1878 Orchard. 

s. of John Shaw, Normanton House, Derby, b. July 31, 1861. 

Sherwood Foresters. Egypt. War, 1882, Medal and Star ; S.A. 

War, 1899—1902, Despatches twice, 2 Medals (6 Clasps), 

Bt. Lt.-Col. ; Bt. Col. 1906 ; Brig. Gen. comdg. 9th Inf. Brig., 

1913 — 14 ; later commanded 29th and 13th Divs. ; Chief of 

Gen. Staff Home Forces 1916 — 17 ; G.O.C. in C, Ireland, 

1918 — 20; promoted Maj. Gen. and Lt. Gen. for services in Great 

War ; Despatches 5 times, K.C.B. (Mil), Order of White Eagle 

(Servia), Order of Wen Hu, Commandeur du Legion d'Honneur ; 

P.C. 1918 ; Col. of Glouc. Regt. 1921. Army and Navy and 

Junior United Service Clubs, and Bamwyke, Chichester. 
Stark, Harry W. Sept., 1874— July, 1875 Priory. 

s. of Mrs. Stark, Gateshead, b. Feb. 13, 1862. 
Sharpe, Sept., 1874— Dec, 1874 ? 

Tayler, Hugon Seaward Sept., 1874— Dec, 1877 Latham. 

s. of Rev. F. Tayler, Weston-super-Mare. b. Down. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1881. M.A. 1884. 
Thompson, Cecil Sept., 1874— July, 1877 Mitre. 

s. of W. Thompson, Newlands, Workington, b. Aug. 12, 1859. 

Solicitor, d. Nov. 25, 1903. 
Townshend, Charles Loftus Uniacke Oct., 1874 — Dae, 1877 Brook 

s. of C. U. Townshend, 10, Burlington Rd., Dublin, b. Jan. 7, 

1861. Land agent. Hill House, Reigate. 
Aston, William Gerald Feb., 1875 — Apr., 1875 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Aston, b. Apr. 7, 1861. Went to Rossall Sch. 

St. Cath. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1886. R. of Ellingham 1897. 

d. Oct. 12, 1915. 
Dickinson, Stanley Dodgson Feb., 1875— Dec, 1876 G.P.C. 

afterwards Stanley Dickinson Stanley- Dodgson. s. of J. N. 

Dickinson, Hames Hall, Cumb. b. Jan. 19, 1860. Dipl. 

R.A.C. Cirencester 1879. Chn. Cumb. War Agric. Cte. 1917 — 

19 ; Chn. County Agric. Cte. 1919. F.S.I. Land agent. 

A rmaside, Cockermouth. 



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Green-Price, Alfred Edward Feb.. 1875— Apr., 1879 Hall. 

s. of Sir R. Green-Price, Bart., Norton Manor, Presteign. b. 

Feb. 11, 1860. XI. 1877, 78. Trin. Coll., Camb. Football 

Blue 1882. B.A. 1883. M.A. 1888. V. of Honingham, 

Norfolk 1898—1900. Tarrington Red., Hereford. 
Hay, William Hope Feb., 1875— Dec, 1876 Hall. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. A. C. Hay. b. June 8, 1862. d. at Hamilton, 

Ontario, Apr., 1920. 
Henderson, Wilfrid Martin Feb., 1875 — Dec, 1878 Hall. 

s. of J. Henderson, Woodland House, Bathwick Hill, Bath. 

b. Dec 29, 1859. XI. 1878. Guided Gen. Buller's Ladysmith 

Relief Column 1899. Farming. Hilton, Natal. 
Henderson, George Christopher Feb., 1875 — Dec, 1878 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Oct. 29, 1861. M.R.C.S. 1885. L.S.A. 

1886. d. July 24, 1903. 
James, Charles Holland Feb., 1875 — July, 1878 Mitre. 

s. of F. James, J.P., Penkridge, Staffs, b. Aug. 21, 1861. 

3rd N. Staffs. Regt., S.R. ; Lt. Col., retired ; Commandant, 

Routaux, B.E.F., 1919. d. Mar. 22, 1922. 
Judge, Spencer Francis Feb., 1875 — Dec, 1875 Hall. 

s. of T. E. B. Judge, b. Jan. 20, 1861. 1st Shropshire. L.I. 

1883. Suakin, 1885—86, 4th CI. Medjidieh. Soudan, 1888, 

Despatches, 4th CI. Osmanieh, Khedive's Star, Medal with 

Clasp. Nile, 1889. Despatches, Clasp, D.S.O. DongolaExp., 

as Brig. Maj., 1896, Despatches, Medal. Capt. Retired 1901. 

Gov., H.M. Prison, Reading 1904, Winchester 1908, d. Nov. 

20, 1911. 
Kersey, Henry Maitland Feb., 1875— Dec, 1876 Hall. 

s. of S. O. Kersey, Pond Hall, Hadleigh, Suffolk, b. Oct. 29, 

1859. Herts. Yeo. ; S.A. War, 1900—02, Despatches, 2 

Medals (7 Clasps), D.S.O. ; Maj. 1909; War Office King's 

Messenger 1915—19; T.D. 1921. White's Club, S.W., and 7, 

Savile Row W.J. 
Kldd, Henry Feb., 1875— July, 1879 Hall. 

s. of R. C. Kidd, Lowood. b. May 28, 1862. Capt. Lothians 

and Berwicks. Yeo. Served with Imp. Yeo., S. Africa. 1900, 

Medal with 3 Clasps. J. P. and D.L., Roxburgh. 5/. James' 

Club, IV. 1. 
Kirby, Charles Augustus Feb., 1875— Dec, 1878 Mitre. 

s. of T. H. Kirby, Allesley, Warwicks. b. Oct. 24, 1861. Solicitor. 

The Gate House, Wolston, Coventry. 
Lighton, Claude Hamilton Dallas Feb., 1875 — Dec, 1879 Hall. 

s. of Rev. Sir C. R. Lighton, Bart. b. Oct. 19, 1860. Clare 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1884. R. of Mordiford 1894 — 1909. 

Credenhill Red., Hereford. 
McConnel, Thomas Houldsworth Feb., 1875 — July, 1878 Latham. 

s. of T. H McConnel, Manchester, b. June, 1861. d. Feb. 13, 

1887. 
Matthews, Herbert Feb., 1875— Dec, 1876 Orchard. 

s. of Robert Matthews, Buxton, b. Jan. 16, 1859. Engineer. 

Melbourne, A ustralia. 
Matthews, William Feb., 1875— Dec, 1877 Home B. 

s. of W. J. Matthews, Loscoe. b. Sept. 27, 1862. Farmer. 

Mount Pleasant, Repton, Derby. 
Monkland, Harry Awdry Feb., 1875— July, 1878 Brook. 

s. of Col. Monkland, Oak Bank, Weston-super-Mare. b. Aug. 

17, 1861. XI. 1878. Stockbroker, d. Feb. 19, 1888. 
Monro, Horace Cecil Feb., 1875— July, 1880 Latham. 

s. of Rev. H. G. Monro, b. May 14, 1861. Clare Coll., Camb., 

Sch. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1883. Permanent Sec, Local Gov. 



1875 huckin 65 

Board 1910—19. C.B. 1902. K.C.B. 1911. Clubs. Oxford 
and Cambridge, and National; and Woodlands, Binfield, Berks. 
Moore, Feb., 1875 — 1875 ? 

Murray, George Feb., 1875— Dec, 1876 Brook, 

s. of J. Murray, Monkstown, Dublin, b. Feb. 18, 1861. Con- 
naught Rangers 1880. Waziristan Exp., 1894 — 95, Medal 
with Clasp. N.W. Frontier, 1897—98, Medal with 2 Clasps. 
Late Commandant, 23rd (Punjab) Cavalry. Lt.-Col. I. A,, 
retired. Junior United Service Club, Charles St., S.W.I. 
Paddock, Albert Edward Feb., 1875 — Dec, 1878 Hall, 

s. of G. Paddock, J. P., D.L., Ynyshir, Glandovey. b. Mar. 6, 
1862. Solicitor, d. May 23, 1909. 
Pickup, William Alfred Feb., 1875 — Dec, 1876 Orchard. 

s. of T. H. Pickup, Shear Mount, b. Dec. 14, 1859. 
Popham, Benjamin Francis Feb., 1875— Dec, 1876 Hall. 

s. of B. F. Popham, M.D. b. Aug. 10, 1860. Solicitor. 11, 
Orme Court, W.2. 
Pringle, John Feb., 1875— July, 1877 Latham, 

s. of R. K. Pringle, J. P., D.L., Darley Dale. b. July 5, 1861. 
d. Apr. 26, 1905. 
Tweedie, Michael Forbes Feb., 1875 — Dec, 1878 Priory. 

s. of A. F. Tweedie, Rolvenden, Kent. b. Mar. 30, 1860. F. XL 
1877, 78. Founder, in 1880, of O.R. Club and Hon. Sec. till 
reorganization, as O.R. Society, in 1896. F.S.A. 1906. Solici- 
tor. 5, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C.2., and 13, Embankment 
Gardens, Chelsea, S.W.3. 
Wheeldon, William Henry Feb., 1875 — July, 1877 Brook. 

s. of G. Wheeldon, Parkfield House, Derby, b. Aug. 4, 1860. 
Maltster, d. Apr. 6, 1905. 
Wilson, James Douglas Feb., 1875 — Orchard. 

s. of Rev. H. O. Wilson, b. July 13, 1861. d. at Repton, 
Apr. 11, 1877. 
Witherby, Edward James Feb., 1875 — July, 1878 G.P.C. 

s. of A. Witherby, Peckham. b. June 1, 1861. 
Barro\yclough, John May, 1875 — Dec, 1878 Latham, 

s. of T. Barrowclough, Oaklands, Barrowford, Burnley, b. 
July 26, 1862. Colliery proprietor, d. May 10, 1906. 
Blomefield, Arthur Hugh May, 1875 — Dec, 1878 Latham. 

s. of Rev. Sir T. E. W. Blomefield, Bart., Pontefract. b. Dec. 
1, 1862. Solicitor. 
Bradish, R. Charles Creighton May, 1875 — Dec, 1875 Priory. 

s. of Col. Bradish, Sherborne, b. Jan., 1860. 
Elliot, Charles Henry May, 1875— July, 1879 Hall, 

s. of T. Elliot, Roker, Sunderland, b. May 31, 1861. Rugby 
International 1886. Timber merchant. Paymaster, A.P.D. 
1915 — 19. Mentioned in Gazette. 1, Comely Bank, Perth. 
Fawcett, Herbert Stockdale May, 1875— July, 1878 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. T. Colman Fawcett. b. Aug. 4, 1860. Farmed in 
Alberta, d. Nov. 14, 1918. 
Granville, Robert May, 1875— July, 1882 Brook. 

s. of G. H. Granville, Wellesbourne, Warwicks. b. Oct. 26, 
1864. F.S. Derbys. Regt. Lt. 1884. d. in India, May 24, 
1892. 
Greatorex, Sydney Clement May, 1875 — Dec, 1876 G.P.C. 

s. of F. Greatorex, The Elms, Barlow Moor Lane, Didsbury. b. 
Mar. 16, 1860. d. 
Hough, Kighley John May, 1875— Dec, 1877 Latham, 

s. of E. Hough, Fisher Street, Carlisle, b. Apr. 28, 1859. 
B.N.C., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Law, 1881. Bar, Line. Inn 1883. 
Solicitor. 14, Portland Square, Carlisle. 



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Hough, Joseph Becher May, 1875 — July, 1879 Priory. 

br. of the above, b. May 4, 1861. F. Xl" 1878. XI. 1879. 

d. Aug. 7, 1916. 
Munns, Thomas Deason May, 1875 — Dec., 1876 Hall. 

s. of A. S. Munns, Snaresbrook. b. July 11, 1862. Nun-Coll., 

Ox. 1881. Migrated to Emm. Coll., Camb. Bar, Mid. Temple 

1887. d. 1902. 
Parkes, Francis William May, 1875 — Dec, 1875 Latham. 

s. of C. H. Parkes, Weybridge. b. Dec. 5, 1861. Trim Coll.. 

Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Theol., 1884. Burney P. 1884, 85. MA 

1887. C. of St. George the Martyr, Southwark, 1904—17. 

d. Oct. 19, 1919. 
Percival, Charles James May, 1875— July, 1878 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. S. Percival. b. Nov. 3, 1858. F.XI. 1877. Emm. 

Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Theol., 1882. M.A. 1885. V. of 

Nassington w. Yarwell 1891 — 1907. H.O c/o H. F. Percival 

Esq., Hafod, Towyn, Merionetteshire. 
Preston, Henry Stephen May, 1875 — Apr., 1879 Brook. 

s. of J. W. Preston, Dalby Park, Spilsby. b. Nov. 29, 1860. 

Dominion City, Manitoba, Canada. 
Kendall, Percy John Mav, 1875— Dec, 1878 Hall. 

s. of f. R'endall. b. July 26," 1861. L.S.A. L885. M.R.C.S. 

Fng. M.D. Brux. 1886. R.A.M.C, 1915—19. O.B.E., 1920. 

KZ.S. Author, numerous works on Nat. Hist. 144, Wool 

Exchange, E.C.2. 
Shields, Frederick William May, 1875— July, 1879 Hall. 

s. of j. Shields, Durham, b. June 15, 1860. Durham Univ. 

Sch. 1893. 1st CI. in Art Course 1893. Solicitor. 10, Wittdsot 

Terrace, Gosforth. 
Spencer, Francis Wakefield May, 1875— July, 1878 G.P.C. 

s. of T. E. Spencer, Leamington, b. May 31, 1859. \sst. 

Engineer, Divisional Engineer's Office, G.W.Ry., Newport, 

Mon. 
Barratt, John Harold Sept., 1875— Dec, 1878 Mitre. 

s. of Samuel Barratt, Altrincham. b. Mar. 13, 1862. Fernbank, 

Pittville Circus Rd., Cheltenham. 
Baynes, Ernest Farrer- Sept., 1875— Dec, ls79 Hall. 

s. of T. Farrer-Baynes, Ash House, Blackburn, b. Feb. 12, 

1862. Solicitor and Barrister, d. 
Boden, William Francis Sept., 1875 — July, 1878 Brook. 

s. of W. C. Boden, Ruddington Hall, Notts, b. Aug. 28, i860. 

Jesus Coll., Camb. d. Jan. 29, 1897. 
Bristowe, Charles John Sept., 1875— July, 1881 Hall. 

s. of His Honour Judge S. B. Bristowe, Cj.C, Beesthorpe Hall, 

Notts. b. July 29, 1862. 1st Agg. P. 1881. Trim Hall, 

Camb., Sch. Camb. Boat 1886, 87. B.A., 3rd CI. Class. Pt. 1., 

1884. 2nd CI. Pt. II. Director of Education, Notts. H.O. 

d. July 20, 1911. 
Cockshott, Francis Edward Sept., 1875— July, 1880 Hall. 

s. of F. P. Cockshott. b. Dec. 17, 1862. A.M.I.C.E, Gya 

Katras Ry., Gya, Bengal. 
Gursham, Henry Alfred Sept., 1875— Dec, 1876 Hall. 

s. of W. G. Cursham, Wilford, Nottingham, b. Nov. 27, 1859. 

XL 1876. Assoc. International 1880, 82, 83, 84. The Firs, 

Holme Pierrepont, Notts. 
Drake, Edward Herbert Sept.. 1876— Apr., 1880 Orchard. 

s. of John Drake, Weston-super-Mare. b. Aug. 23, 1861. 

Solicitor, d. Apr. 5, 1918. 



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Green -Price, George William Whitmore 

Sept., 1876— July, 1880 Hall, 

s. of Sir R. Green-Price, Bart., Norton Manor, Presteign. b. 
Aug. 23, 1862. J. P., Radnors. Land agent. The Gables, 
Norton R.S.O., Radnors. 
Jerome, Charles James Sept., 1875 — Dec, 1875 Priory. 

s. of Mrs. Jerome, Holland House, Sutton Coldrield. b. Oct. 3, 
1863. 
Keane, Granville Giles Sept., 1875— July, 1880 Hall. 

s. of M. Keane, Beech Park, Ennis. b. July 17, 1861. XI. 
1880. d. in Batavia, July 21, 1882. 
La Touche, Peter Sept., 1875 — Dec, 1877 Priory. 

s. of Maj. La Touche, Bray. Ireland, b. Aug. 23, 1864. 
Leech, Frederick Edward Sept., 1875 — Dec, 1879 Brook. 

s. of S. Leech, Derby, b. Nov. 28, 1862. Solicitor and Coroner, 
d. Apr. 27, 1906. 
Pink, Ernest Smith Sept., 1875— Dec, 1878 G.P.C. 

s. of C. Pink, Winchester, b. Nov. 10, 1861. T.C.D. M.A. 
Second Master, Wyggeston Sch. 37, West St. Leicester. 
Prescott, Claude Eustace Sept., 1875 — July, 1879 Brook. 

s. of Ven. Archd. Prescott D.D. b. Feb. 21, 1862. d. at 
Capetown, Nov., 1899. 
Ratcllff, John Sept., 1875— July, 1878 Latham. 

s. of S. Ratcliff, Highnelds, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. b. Nov. 18, 
1859. d. Dec. 12, 1900. 
Rawlinson, Albert Thomas Sept., 1875 — Apr., 1879 Brook, 

s. of Rev. W. C. Rawlinson. b. Mar. 29, 1862. Merchant, 
Calcutta, retired. Wellington Club, S.W. 
Raynor, Arthur Guy Sandars Sept., 1875 — July, 1882 G.P.C. 
s. of Rev. G. Raynor, b. Sept. 20, 1863. St. John's Coll., 
Camb. F. Sch. B.A., 1st CI. Class. Pt. I.. 1885. M.A. 1889. 
Master of King's Scholars, Westminster, 1886—1921. HO. 
Steve nton Vic, Berks. 
Rice, Bernard Francis Sept., 1875 — July, 1879 Hall. 

s. of C. Rice, Boston, b. Oct. 18, 1860. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
13. A. 1883. M.A. 1886. Solicitor. 34, South Sq., Boston, 
Lines. 
Rice, Walter Ayscoughe Sept., 1875 — July, 1881 Hall, 

br. of the above. b. Sept. 27, 1861. Christ's Coll., Camb., 
Sch. B.A., 2nd CI. Class. Pt. I., 1884. 2nd CI. Theol. 1886. 
M.A. 1888. C.M.S. Miss., Peshawer 1888, Ispahan 1894, Shiraz 
1899—1904, Julfa, Isfahan 1905, Kerman 1912, Isfahan 1916. 
Retired from C.M.S. 1921. H.O. Little Annvell Vic, Hertford 
Heath, Herts. 
Richardson, Arthur Percy Sept., 1875— Dec, 1878 G.P.C. 

„s. of J. Richardson, J. P., Glenmore House, Co. Antrim, b. June 
29, 1861. Formerly Capt. 5th R. Irish Rifles. Served with 
10th Suffolk Regt. on E. Coast 1915. Purton House, Purton, 
Wilts. 
Robson, Ernest Iliif Sept., 1875— July, 1880 Hall, 

s. of J. S. Robson, Roker, Sunderland, b. June 5, 1861. 
Christ's Coll., Camb., Sch. B.A., 1st CI. Class. Pt. I., 1883. 
M.A. Melbourne. Class. Tutor, Ormond Coll., Melbourne, 1884. 
Headmaster, Ch. of Eng. Gram. Sch., Sydney, 1889. Class. 
Master, Ch. of Eng. Gram. Sch., Melbourne, 1901. Vice- 
Warden, Trin. Coll. Univ. of Melbourne, 1904. Asst. Master, 
Felsted, 1914 — 16. Bd. of Agric. and Fisheries, 1916. cjo 
Royal Bank of Australia Ltd., 18, Bishopsgate, E.C.2. 
Scott, Thomas Crallan Sept., 1875 — July, 1878 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. J. D. Scott. b. June 9, 1861. Min. of Mun. 1914— 



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19. Architect, temp, staff, H.M. Office of Works, c'o Rev. 

J. D. Scoit, Hopton-Cangeford Vic, Ludlow. 
Scott, Thomas Wilfred Sept., 1875 — July, 1880 Brook. 

s. of Rev. Canon Scott, b. Oct. 30, 1861. flonv. and Caius 

Coll., Carab. B.A., 1883. M.B., B.Ch., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Wiiicomblee, Southbourne, Hants. 
Smith, Gilbert Flesher Sept., 1875— July, 1880 Priory. 

afterwards Smith-Rewse. s. of H. G. Smith, Bromley, b. July 

15, 1861. Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1884. M.A. 1887. Chap., 

2nd V.B. Norfolk Regt. C.C., E. Suffolk. Chap, to High 

Sheriff, Suffolk 1910. R. of St. Margaret's, S. Elmham 1886— 

1919. R.D. 1911—19. Hon. Canon, St. Edmundsbury 1915. 

St. Margaret's, Queen's lid., Felixstowe. 
Smith, Eustace Alfred Sept., 1875— July, 1879 Priory. 

afterwards Smith-Rewse. br. of the above, b. Apr. 15, 1863. 

Conservative Club, St. James's St., S.W.I. 
Tetley, Joseph Pitman Sept., 1875— Apr., 1876 G.P.C. 

s. of J. Wilkinson Tetley, Claughton, Birkenhead, b. Sept. 26, 

1856. d. at Sydney, Feb. 2, 1892. 
Thompson, Harold Quintus Sept., 1875 — Mar., 1878 Mitre. 

s. of W. Thompson, Newlands, Workington, b. Nov. 13, 1860. 

Fruit farming. 
Thompson, Hugh Stephen Sept., 1875— July, 1878 Hall. 

s. of Capt. Thompson, Overton House, Bayshill, Cheltenham. 

b. Aug. 4, 1861. Bank of England, retired. Blacket House, 

Eaglesfield, Lockerbie. 
Underwood, Leonard John Sept., 1875— Dec, 1877 G.P.C. 

s. of C. Underwood, b. Oct. 14, 1861. Solicitor. 7, Bedford 

Row, W.C., and Barrvmore, Bow Lane, Finchley, N.I2. 
Boddington, Robert Slater Jan., 1876— July, 1878 Orchard. 

s. of Henry Boddington, Silverdale, Lanes, b. Oct. 14, 1862. 

Brewer. Ashford, Wilmslow, Cheshire. 
Cobbold, George Ernest Jan., 1876— Jan., 1878 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. R. H. Cobbold. b. Oct. 27, 1861. d. at Hyeres, 

Jan., 1880. 
Cobbold, Henry Ralph Jan., 1876— Dec, 1880 Mitre. 

br. of the above, b. Feb. 25, 1863. Merchant. 20, Lee Rd., 

Calcutta. 
Dalrymple, Hon. Robert MacGill Jan., 1876— Dec, 1880 Hall. 

s. of Earl of Stair, b. Oct. 11, 1862. Ch. Ch., Ox. 1882. B.A. 

1887. M.A. 1891. V. of Sneinton, Notts, 1902—17. H.O. 

Fonthill, Torquay. 
Dobinson, Henry Hughes Jan., 1876 — July, 1882 Priory. 

s. of H. Dobinson, Stanwix, Carlisle, b. Aug. 2, 1863. XI. 

1879, Capt. 1881, 82. B.N.C., Ox. B.A. 1886. M.A. 1889. 

C.M.S. Miss., Onitsha, Archd. of the Niger 1896. d. at Asaba, 

Apr. 13, 1897. 
Grant, Glenelg Gregor Jan., 1876— Apr., 1881 Hall. 

s. of (?) Judge of Supreme Court, Bombay, b. Mar. 23, 1862. 
Hanmer, Walden Henry John Jan., 1876— Apr., 1876 G.P.C. 

s. of Col. F. H. Hanmer, Encombe Lodge, Reading, b. July 1 1 , 

1861. d. Aug. 14, 1876. 
Hebblethwaite, Septimus Montague Jan., 1876 — July, 1879 Priory. 

s. of J. W. Hebblethwaite, Moor Allerton, Leeds, b. Sept. 

11, 1862. M.B. 1903. M.D. 1904. Sevenarches, Lansdown, 

Cheltenham. 
Hodgson, Charles Edwin Jan., 1876— Apr., 1876 Hall. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. H. N. Hodgson, OR. b. Apr. 15, 1862. 1st 

Bengal Cav. Lt. 1882. Bengal S.C. Capt. 1893. d. Oct. 29, 

1894. 



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Johnson, Henry Percival Jan., 1876 — July, 1882 Orchard. 

s. of C. H. Johnson, O.R. b. July 26, 1864. Gonv. and Caius 

Coll.,Camb. B.A. M.R.C.S., M.R.C.P., 1889. M.D. R.A.M.C. 

N.W. Frontier, 1897, Medal with Clasp. S. Africa, 1902, 

Medal (2 Clasps). Maj. Res. of Off. c/o Sir C. R. MacGrigor, 

Bart. 6* Co., 39, Panton St., S.W.I. 
■Marples, Arthur James Jan., 1876 — July, 1879 Home B. 

s. of J. Marples, Repton. b. Aug. 20, 1863. d. Mar. 25, 1880. 
Murray, John Jan., 1876 — Dec, 1879 Brook. 

s. of John Murray, Monkstown, Dublin, b. June 16, 1863. 

T.C.D. M.B., B.Ch. 1886. F.R.C.S. 1890. F.R. Soc. Med. 

Surg., Middx. Hosp. Lect., Surgery, Middx. Hosp. Med. Sch. 

Member, Court of Examiners, R.C.S. 110, Harlev St., W.l. 
Needham, Frederick William Jan., 1876 — Dec, 1877 Hall. 

s. of Hon. Francis H. Needham. b. Mar. 11, 1861. Jamurki 

P.O., Mymensingh Dist., India. 
Newland, Frederick Jan., 1876 — July, 1878 Orchard. 

s. of George Newland, Tullamore, King's Co. b. Nov. 8, 1860. 
Percival, Archibald Stanley Jan., 1876 — July, 1880 Hall. 

s. of S. Percival, Hermitage, Woking, b. Apr. 1, 1862. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1884. M.R.C.S. 1886. M.A., M.B., and 

B.Ch. 1888. Sen. Surg., Northumb. and Durh. Eye Infirmary 

1900. Westward, Tankerville Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Peyton, Leonard Augustus Jan., 1876 — July, 1877 Priory. 

s. of E. Peyton, Doe Bank, Sutton Coldfield. b. Sept. 26, 1860. 

Manufacturer. Westfield Cottage, Hatch End, Middlesex. 
Raymond, Percy Edmund Jan., 1876 — Apr., 1877 Orchard. 

s. of J. C. Raymond, b. Mar. 29, 1861. 
Scowcroft, Thomas Jan., 1876 — Apr., 1880 Latham. 

s. of J. Scowcroft, Moorfield, Tonge, Bolton le Moors, b. Mar. 

22, 1862. F.XL, Capt. 1879. Colliery proprietor. J. P., 

O.B.E. d. June 4, 1920. 
Shipton, William Louis Jan., 1876 — Dec, 1877 Orchard. 

s. of W. P. Shipton, Buxton, b. Mar. 19, 1861. XL 1877. 

Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. Solicitor. 3, The Square, 

Buxton. 
Speakman, Harold Mackenzie Jan., 1876 — July, 1878 Brook. 

s. of Edward Speakman, Manchester. b. Oct. 11, 1861. 

d. Feb. 5, 1916. 
Stephenson, Owen Taunton Jan., 1876 — July, 1878 Hall. 

s. of Rev. R. Stephenson, b. Jan. 13, 1861. Pemb. Coll., Ox. 

B.A. 1883. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1890. Saxonhurst, Woolston, 

Southampton. 
Sykes, Edward Jan., 1876— Apr., 1881 Priory. 

s. of H. M. Sykes, Roundhay Grange, Leeds, b. Apr. 19, 1862. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Hist., 1884. M.A. 1890. V. 

of St. Paul's, W. Hartlepool 1894 ; V. of Whitworth, 1901 ; 

V. of Silksworth, 1904 ; V. of St. Ignatius, 1910 ; Hon. Can. 

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Woodiwlss, Henry Jan., 1876— July, 1882 Brook. 

s. of Sir Abraham Woodiwiss, The Pastures, Derby, b. May 11, 

1863. Clare Coll., Camb. d. 1891. 
Gallwey, Sackville Alick Payne- Apr., 1876 — July, 1879 Brook. 

s. of P. Payne-Gallwey, Brafferton Moor, Yorks. b. Oct. 16, 

1861. Tea planter, retired. Brandsley Lodge, York. 
Gallwey, Herbert Philip Payne- Apr., 1876— Apr., 1881 Brook. 

br. of the above, b. Apr. 24, 1864. Vol. Remount work, 

York, 1914 — 16. Wounded and Missing Dept., Red Cross, 

France, 1916 — 18. Boodles Club, and Askham Bryan Hall, 

York. 



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Hall, Reginald Tudor Apr., 1876 — Dec, 1879 Latham. 

s. of Rev. Joseph Hall. b. Feb. 8, 1861. Solicitor. Pickering, 

Yorks. 
Hastings, James Francis Apr., 1876 — July, 1880 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. P. Hastings, Martley Rect., Worcester, b. Jan. 

10, 1862. XL 1879, 80. C.C.C., Ox. Worcs. XL 1881—85. 

B.A. 1885. R. of Shelslcy Walsh 1897—1907. Martley Red., 

1 1 'orccstcr. 
Keith, Alexander Watson Apr., 1876 — Dec, 1877 Priory. 

ward of John Miles, 16, Pembridge Crescent, Bayswater. b. 

July 13, 1861. 
Kirwan, Gerald Maitland- Apr., 1876 — July, 1878 Mitre. 

s. of C. L. Maitland-Kirwan, Gelston Castle, Castle Douglas, 

N.B. b. Jan. 1, 1861. Etna, Montana, U.S.A. 
Nicholson, Samuel Apr., 1876 — Dec, 1878 Priory. 

s. of W. Nicholson, Donacloney House, Co. Down. b. June 6, 

1862. T.C.D. B.A. 1st Duke of Cornwall's L.l. 1884. d. of 

sunstroke on punitive expedition in Burmah, Apr. 19, 1891. 
Pattinson, Norman Percy Apr., 1876 -July, 1878 Brook. 

s. of \\ . W. Pattinson, Felling Bouse, Gateshead, b. Mar. 3, 

IS62. XL 1878. Borough Surveyor. Town Hall, West 

St., Gateshead. 
Shaw, Herbert Hyde Apr., 1876 — July, 1879 G.P.C 

s. of A. H. Shaw, Portland PL, Stalybridge. b. Mar. 17, 1862. 

Keble Coll., Ox. 1881. B.A. 1885. M.A. 1900. V. of Aughton, 

1899—1911; V. of Skipwith, Selby, 1911, d. Mar. 1, 1922. 
Shaw, Giles Apr., 1876— Dec, 1879 G.P.C. 

br. of the above, b. Sept. 26, 1863. Aberdeen and Edin. 

Univs. d. Maf. 30, 1914. 
Smith, Stanley Peregrine Apr., 1876 — July, 1877 Latham. 

s. of T. H. Smith, 13, John Street, Berkeley Sq., W. b. Mar. 

19,1861. Trin. Coll., Camb. Camb. Boat, Stroke 1882. B.A. 

1883. M.A. 1901. China Inland Mission. Tsechowfu via 

Peking and Ihvaihingfu, China. 
Steel, Harold Banner Apr., 1876 — July, 1880 Priory. 

s. of j. Steel, Kirkwood, Lockerbie, N.B. b. Apr. 9, 1862. 

XI. 1879, 80. F.XI. 1879. Trin. Hall, Camb. Lanes. XI. 

1883—88. Shipbroker. d. June 29, 1911. 
Stobart, Henry Temple Apr., 1876 — July, 1880 Hall. 

s. of H. S. Stobart, Witton Tower, Darlington, b. Oct. 17, 

1862. Mining engineer, retired. Derwent Lodge, Keswick. 
Stoney, Francis Shirley Apr., 1876 — July, 1877 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. R. B. Stoney. b. Mar. 9, 1863. Went to Malvern 

Coll. St. John's Coll., Ox. 1881. B.A. 1886. M.A. 1888. 

V. of Waltham Cross 1897 — 1903. Coggeshall Vic, Kelvedon. 
Wing, John Sladen Apr., 1876 — July, 1880 Orchard. 

s. of W. Wing, Market Overton, Oakham, b. July 7, 1862. 

Solicitor. 21, Cheyne Gardens, S.W.3., and Market Overton, 

Oakham. 
Arkle, Alexander Baillie Sept., 1876 — July, 1879 Mitre. 

s. of G. Arkle, Anfteld House, Liverpool. b. Jan. 9, 1862. 

Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1884. 
Baxter, Henry Sept., 1876— Apr., 1878 Brook. 

s. of Thos. Baxter, St. Heliers, Jersey, b. Mar. 31, 1862. Of 

Great Warford, Cheshire, d. Jan. 5, 1908. 
Bell, Waldegrave Dent Sept., 1876— July, 1881 Hall. 

afterwards Bainbridge-Bell. s. of Rev. Canon Bell, Chelten- 
ham Rect. b. Aug. 9, 1862. Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1884. 

M.A. 1889. V. of Micheldever, Hants. 1891. V. of Thames 



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Ditton 1897—1904. Hon. C. F., France, 1917. Epsom Vic, 

Surrey. 
Briscoe, George Sept., 1876 — July, 1880 Mitre. 

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Trin. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1883. M.A. 1887. Hildon House, 

Broughton, Hants. 
Buckley, Harold Sept., 1876— July, 1882 G.P.C. 

s. of J. F. Buckley, The Nook, Greenfield, b. Sept. 1, 1862. 

XI. 1881, 82. F.XI. 1881, 82. Jesus Coll., Camb. Football 

Blue 1885. B.A. 1885. d. Aug. 26, 1909. 
Burton, Thomas Musgrave Sept., 1876 — July, 1880 Mitre. 

s. of W. S. Burton, Walton Hall, Bletchley. b. Feb. 24, 1865. 

St. John's Coll., Ox. 1884. Univ. Lawn Tennis, singles and 

doubles 1885, 86, 87. B.A. 1887. H.O. Eastling Red., 

Faversham, Kent. 
Cochrane, Francis John Sept., 1876 — July. 1882 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. D. C. Cochrane, Master, Etwall Hosp. b. June 3, 

1863. M.Inst.C.E. Chief Engineer, Antofagasta and Bolivia 
Ry., Chili, d. near Valparaiso, Mar. 13, 1905. 

Cole, Frederick Temple Sept., 1876— Dec, 1878 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Cole, Isle Brewers Vic, Taunton, b. Aug. 11, 

1861. R.A. Lt. 1881. Lt.-Col. 1909. Indian Ordnance Officer, 
retired 1913. cjo Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W. 

Coleman, ]ohn Frederick Sept., 1876 — Nov., 1876 Latham. 

s. of J.' Coleman, Park Nook, Derby, b. Sept. 25, 1863. 

George, Henry Berridge Sept., 1876 — Dec, 1880 Latham. 

s. of Rev. J. George, b. Oct. 30., 1861. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1890. R. of St. John Bapt, Buenos Ayres 1899—1905. 
C. of Yiewsley 1908 — 13. 173, Markhouse Rd., W althamstow , 
E.17. 

Glennie, Francis George Sept., 1876— Apr., 1882 Hall, 

s. of Rev. J. D. Glennie, b. Mar. 3, 1863. Late Bank of Eng- 
land, Manchester. 33, Pembroke Rd., Clifton, Bristol. 

Grabham, Oxlcy Sept., 1876— July, 1882 Latham, 

s. of C. Grabham, Rochefort House, Pontefract. b. Apr. 10, 

1864. XL 1881, 82. Jesus Coll., Camb. Athl. Blue 1884. 
B.A. 1885. M.A. 1892. Late Curator, York Museum. Thorn- 
tondale, Pickering, Yorks. 

Hewetson, William Sept., 1876— July, 1882 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Hewetson, Measham Vic, Atherstone. b. Oct. 8, 

1862. Wore Coll., Ox. B.A. 1886. M.A. 1889. V. of Thame 
1898—1905. V. of Salhouse with Wroxham 1907—19. Served 
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Inman, Oswald Darnley Sept., 1876 — Dec, 1877 Latham, 

s. of W. Inman, Upton Manor, Birkenhead. b. Jan. 14, 1861. 
Minister of Religion. Upton, 7, Dorking Rd., Brooklyn, Welling- 
ton, N.Z. 

Inman, Douglas Stobart Sept., 1876 — July, 1878 Orchard, 

br. of the above, b. Aug. 24, 1862. Engineer. 82S, West St., 
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Inman, Walter Stobart Sept., 1876 — July, 1882 Orchard, 

br. of the above, b. May 20, 1864. Searcher Dept., Wounded 
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Organised similar work in Returned P. of W. Camps, U.K. till 
4/19. The Bungalow, Morhanger, Sandy, Beds. 

Jackson, John Carter Sept., 1876 — July, 1883 G.P.C. 

s. of W. Jackson, The Hall, Knottingley. b. July 24, 1865. 
Jesus Coll., Camb. M.A. Bar, Inner Temple. 26, Bond St., 
Leeds. 



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Jones, Basil Hampden Sept., 1876— July, 1879 Hall. 

afterwards Hampden- Jones, s. of Rev. T. D. Jones, b. Dec. 

10, 1860. Emm. Coll., Camb., Exh. F.Sch. 1880. B.A., 2nd 

CI. Class., 1883. M.A. 1893. Stud., Line. Inn. Assist. 

Master and Chap., St. And. Coll., Grahamstown 1886. Prin., 

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1899. R. of Claremont 1897—1913. d. June 25, 1916. 
Maxwell, Wellwood Sept., 1876— Dec, 1876 Hall. 

s. of Mrs. Maxwell, Glenlee, Kirkcudbrights. b. June 10, 1863. 
Mosley, Arthur Rowland Sept., 1876— Apr., 1880 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. R. Mosley, Egginton Rect. b. May 8, 1862. 6th 

Dragoons. Lt. 1884. S.A. War, 1899—1902, 2 Medals with 5 

Clasps. Maj., retired. Re-employed 1914. Staff 1917, 18. 

J. P., Derbys. 51, Montagu Si/., IV. 1. 
Mosley, Godfrey Sept., 1876 — July, 1882 Mitre. 

br. of the above, b. June 15, 1863. C.C.C., Ox. B.A., 3rd 

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[T.l .] 1912—15; 1 landers 1915; T.D. Solicitor. Willington 

Grange, Derby. 
Mynors, Nigel Baskerville Sept., 1876 — Hall. 

s. of Rev. W. B. Mynors. b. Aug. 22, 1862. Drowned in 

Trent, June 12, 1880. 
Naish, Percy Llewellyn Sept., 1876— July, 1880 G.P.C. 

s. of W. Naish, J. P. b. Sept. 19, 1862. Pioneer Motorist 

in England. Hon. Lt. 7th French Army ; Section Sanitaire 

1914—16 ; Croix de Guerre. Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mull, 

S.W.I. 
Orlebar, Beau champ Orlando Chichele 

Sept., 1876— Apr., 1877 Hall. 

s. of R. Orlebar, Hinwick, Wellingborough, b. May 3, 1863. 

Went as scholar to Radley. The Slade House, Hinwick, 

Welti ngborough . 
Park, Frederick James Wilmot Sept., 1876— Apr., 1878 Hall. 

s. of Col. W. A. Park, Newton Grange, Darlington, b. July 2 

1861. 
Redmayne, Robert Robey Sept., 187(5 — July, 1880 Brook. 

s. of R. R. Redmayne, Low Fell, Gateshead, b. Feb. 1, 1862. 

Trim Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Class.. 1883. LL.B. 1884. 

Solicitor, Chapter Clerk. The Close, Lichfield. 
Rolleston, William Gustavus Stanhope 

Sept., 1876— July, 1879 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. W. L. Rolleston, b. June 21, 1862. Leics. Yeo. 

Cav. Maj. Retired 1907. Institution P., final exam., 

Surveyors' Inst. 1883. Sessional Gold Medal 1908. Member, 

Council of Land Agents' Soc. J. P., D.L. Glen Parva, Leicester. 
Schwind, Charles Lionel Sept., 1876— July, 1880 Brook. 

s. of C. Schwind, Derby, b. Oct. 6, 1861. Trim Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1883. Electrical engineer. Forest Holme, Withy ham, 

Sussex. 
Shipman, Francis Trafford Sept., 1876— Dec, 1879 Brook. 

s. of Rev. Canon Shipman, Aspatria Vic, Carlisle, b. July 11, 

1863. Architect. 
Smallwood, Eustace Sept., 1876— Dec, 1878 Latham. 

s. of R. Smallwood, J. P., Rigby Hall, Bromsgrove. b. Aug. 15, 

1862. Cattle ranching. Nanipa, Idaho, U.S.A. 
Smith, Thomas Seth Sept., 1876— Dec, 1880 Home B. 

s. of Seth Smith, Repton. b. Oct. 14, 1865. Farmer. Wood 

Farm, Chaddesden, Derby. 



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Spilsbury, Benjamin Ward Sept., 1876— July, 1883 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. B. W. Spilsbury, O.R. b. Aug. 1, 1864. 

XI. 1883. Jesus Coll., Camb. Football Blue 1883, 84, 85, 

Capt. 1886. Athl. Blue 1885. Assoc. International 1885, 86, 

B.A. 1886. 225, 8th Street, N. Vancouver, B.C. 
Tweedie, Maurice Albert Sept., 1876— Apr., 1881 Priory. 

s. of A. F. Tweedie, Rolvenden, Kent. b. July 19, 1863. F. 

XI. 1880. Solicitor. 5, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C.2., and 

Whitmores, Beckenham, Kent. 
Windley, Edward Crosland Sept., 1876 — Dec, 1879 Priory. 

s. of W. Windley, Fernleigh House, Nottingham, b. May 12, 

1863. 1st W.I. Regt. Lt., resigned 1886. Matabele War, 
1894—95, Capt., severely wounded, saved life of F. C. Selous. 
See, " Storm and Sunshine in Rhodesia." S.A. War, despatch 
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Wrench, Philip George Wynne Sept., 1876— July, 1880 G.P.C. 

s. of Lt. R. G. W. Wrench, b. July 30, 1863. Mining engineer 

in Rhodesia. 
York, Charles Duncomb Sept., 1876 — Apr, 1880 Orchard. 

s. of S. York, Shifnal. b. June 26, 1862. Per shore, Worcs. 
Andrew, Oswald Jan., 1877— July, 1877 Hall. 

s. of R. Andrew, Prestbury Hall, Macclesfield, b. Oct. 18, 1864. 

d. Feb. 22, 1912. 
Blagg, Charles Frederick Jan., 1877 — Hall. 

s. of C. J. Blagg, Greenhill, Cheadle. b. Mar. 2, 1863. Drowned 

at Scarborough, Aug. 18, 1879. 
D'Arcy, Francis Meager Jan., 1877— July, 1882 Orchard. 

s. of J. S. D'Arcy, Finchfield, Wolverhampton, b. Nov. 28, 

1864. Solicitor, retired. The Knowle, Bridgnorth, Salop. 
D'Oyly, Hastings Hadley Jan., 1877— July, 1882 Hall. 

succeeded his father as 11th Bart. 1921. b. Jan. 26, 1864. 
I.C.S., retired. Late Captain, Territorial Force. The Knoll, 

D'Oyly, Edward Halliday Jan., 1877— July, 1882 Hall. 

s. of the late Sir. W. Hastings D'Oyly, Bart. b. July 28, 1865. 

XL 1881, 82. Bengal Police 1883—90. Sikkim Exp. 1887— 

88, Medal. S.A. War, 1901, Medal (2 Clasps). Lt. R.D.C. 

1915 — 19. Architect and Artist. 
Ford, John Harvey Jan., 1877— July, 1880 Latham. 

s. of G. Ford, Longton, Staffs, b. July 23, 1861. St. John's 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1884. Wigginton House, Tamworth. 
French, Allen William Gay Jan., 1877— Dec, 1877 Mitre. 

s. of Surg.-Maj. J. G. French, Calcutta, b. June 26, 1863. 

Indigo planter and estate manager. Godda P.O., Sonthal 

Pergunnahs, via Bhagalpur, Behar and Orissa, India. 
Gleed, Richard Jan., 1877— July, 1880 Latham. 

s. of Capt. Gleed, Donington. b. May 16, 1861. Trim Hall, 

Camb. B.A. 1885. 4th Line. Regt. Mil. Lt. 1885. Capt. 

1889. J. P., D.L., High Sheriff, Lines., 1922. Donington 

Park, Spalding. 
Howard, Robert Llewellyn Jan., 1877— July, 1880 Hall. 

s. of R. L. Howard, Danesfield, St. Albans, b. Aug. 19, 1863. 

d. Aug. 28, 1901. 
Humphreys, John Henry Jan., 1877— July, 1878 Hall. 

s. of H. Humphreys, Woodhouse, Leics. b. Aug. 23, 1862. 

Land agent. Castle House, Usk, Mon. 
Makant, William Jan., 1877— Dec, 1879 Mitre. 

s. of W. Makant, Gilnow Lodge, Bolton, b. Feb. 10, 1863. 

Late Lt. 1st Wilts. Regt. 12, Royal Crescent, Bath. 



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Matthews, Mark Reginald Jan., 1877 — July, 1880 Orchard. 

s. of Mrs. Matthews, Foxlow Grange, Buxton, b. Nov. 12, 

1861. XI. 1880. d. at Victoria, B.C., Sept., 25, 1894. 
Maw, George Hornby Jan., 1877 — Dec, 1880 Mitre. 

s. of G. Maw, Benthall, Kenley, Surrey, b. May 10, 1862. 

Ambulance work at local War Hospital. Fire-brick manufac- 
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Morley, Gregory Samuel Jan., 1877 — Dec, 1882 Homo B. 

s. of W. Morley, Repton. b. Feb. 5, 1866. Mechan. engineer, 

Midland Ry. 64, Violet Street, Derby. 
Ratcliff, Charles Robert Jan., 1877— July, 1882 Latham. 

s. of S. Ratcliff, Highfields. b. June 13, 1863. Highfields, 

A shbv-de-la-Zouch. 
Rees, Edward Wallace Jan., 1877— July, 1878 Hall. 

s. of E. W. Rees, Cardiff, b. Aug. 20, 1859. Univ. Coll., Ox., 

Sch. 1st CI. Math. Mods. 1880. 1st CI. Math. Final 1882. 

B.A. 1884. 
Shaw, William Henry Cantrell Jan., 1877 — Dec., 1880 Orchard. 

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Jesus Coll., Camb. M.A., M.B., B.C. Sen. Surg. Cournay 

Court Hosp., 1914 — 19. J. P., Somerset. The Grange, Chew 

Magna, Somerset. 
Sykes, Arthur Jan., 1877- July, 1881 Priory. 

s. of H. M. Sykes, Roundhay Grange, b. Apr. 19, 1862. Lady- 
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Beaumont, Charles May, 1877— Dec, 1879 Mitre. 

s. of G. Beaumont, Fast Bridgeford, Notts, b. Apr. 22, 1862. 

d. Jan. 5, 1904. 
Briscoe, Edward John Marriott May, 1877— July, 1881 Hall. 

s. of E. J. Briscoe, Rivcrdale, Killuean, Ireland, b. Sept. 28, 

1862. Dublin Artill. Mil. 1883—1900. Commanded First 
Battery Mil. Field Artill. formed in British Army. J. P., Kings 
Co. Capt. Screggan Manor, Tiillamorc, Ireland. 

Eddowes, Herbert Macau lay May, 1877 — July, 1881 Priory. 

s. of T. S. Eddowes, Sutton Coldheld. b. Aug. 23, 1862. XI. 

1881. Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1885. Solicitor, Sutton 

Cold field, Birmingham. 
EvW, Alfred Edward May, 1877— Nov., 1880 G.P.C. 

s. of Rev. A. Evill. b. Mar. 2, 1862. Asst. Architect, Lanes. 

C.C. 16, Ribblesdale Place, Preston, and Alderley, Langton, 

near Preston. 
Harrison, Frank May, 1877 — Apr, 1883 Orchard. 

s. of T. Harrison, Cranmore, Crosby Rd. South, Waterloo, 

Liverpool, b. May 1, 1865. Ex. -Capt., W. Lanes. Golf Club. 

Gunner, R.G.A., 1918—19. Willow Way, The King's Gap, 

Hoylake, Cheshire. 
Lister, James Stovin May, 1877— -July, 1882 G.P.C. 

s. of Rev. T. H. Lister, Scremby Hall, Spilsby. b. Sept. 26, 

1863. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1888. M.A. 1892. V. of 
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May, William Southall Reid May, 1877— July, 1882 G.P.C. 

s. of Dr. William May. b. Sept. 18, 1864. XL 1881,82. E. 

Yorks. Regt. Nile Exp., 1899, Medal with Clasp. Asst. 

Financial Sec, Soudan Govt., 1900 — 16. M. of Mun. 1917 ; 

Revenue Sec, Mesopotamia 1918; CLE., Order of the Nile, 

2nd CI., Mejedieh 3rd cl., Osmanieh, 4th cl. Clubs, Conservative 

and Naval and Military, Piccadilly, W.l. 
Moore, Oswald Allen May, 1877— July, 1883 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. R. S. Moore, b. June 19, 1864. Magd. Coll., Ox. 



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B.A. 1887. M.A. 1890. V. of Lower Mitton, Stourport 1894— 

1908. Claines Vic, Worcester. 
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Circuit, 1918. M.A., C.C.C. Camb. 1920. Chairman, Isle of 

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The Chace, Upper Wetland, Malvern Wells, and 3, Newnham 

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Feb. 2, 1863. Solicitor. P.O. Box 12, Oudtshoorn, Cape Province. 
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Mid. Temple. Author. 



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Trim Coll., Camb. 15. A., 2nd CI. Law. 1.1..B. 1885. Regis- 
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Amb. Driver, French Red Cross, Belgium 1916 — 17. Chadscroft, 

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1892. d. Jan. 8, 1911. 

Irvine, Hugh Alexander Sept., 1878— July, 1882 Hall. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. Irvine, 7, Douglas Crescent, Edinburgh, b. 
Aug. 26, 1864. Coopers Hill 1884 — 87. Dunino, Newtonmore, 
Inverness. 

Johnson, Charles Aubrey Sept., 1878— Dec, 1878 Orchard. 

s. of C. H. Johnson, O.R. b. Oct. 22, 1865. Tea planter. 
Amherst, Newer a, Eliya, Ceylon. 

Jones, John Thomas Sept., 1878 — Dec, 1881 Brook. 

s. of J. T. Jones, Southgate House, Eclrington. b. Oct. 24, 
1863. Solicitor. The Avenue, Starbeck, Harrogate. 

Marshall, William Raine Sept., 1878— Mar., 1883 Hall. 

s. of the late W. Marshall, Fountain House, W. Hartlepool, b. 
Oct. 29, 1865. Sherwood Foresters 1886. Malakand and Tirah 
Exp. 1897—98, Medal (2 Clasps) ; S.A. War 1900—02, Des- 
patches twice, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps), 
Bt. Maj., Bt. Lt.-Col. ; Bt. Col. 1908 ; O.C. 1st Sherwood 
Foresters, France, 1914 ; Gallipoli 1915, Brig. Comdr. 87th 
Inf. Brig., and Div. Comdr. 53rd Div. ; Salonika 1915—16, 
Div. Comdr. 27th Div. ; Mesopotamia, Army Corps Comdr. 
3rd Indian Army Corps 9/16—11/17, G.O.C. in C. 11/17—8/19 ; 
Despatches 8 times ; promoted Maj.-Gen. and Lt.-Gen. ; C.B., 
K.C.B., K.C.S.I., G.C.M.G. ; White Eagle of Servia, Legion 
d'Honneur, Order of Wen-Hu ; G.O.C. in C. Southern Comd., 
India, 11/19. c/o Cox and Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Matthews, Robert Edwin Ernest Sept., 1878 — Apr., 1882 Orchard, 
s. of Mrs. Matthews, Foxlow Grange, Buxton, b. Dec. 28, 1863. 
d. Jan., 1904. 

Maw, Charles Trentham Sept., 1878 — Apr., 1882 Mitre. 

s. of C. Maw, Nuffield, Surrev. b. Feb. 13, 1864 F.XI. 1881. 
J.P., Surrey, d. Oct. 7, 1918. 

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Newby, Arthur Richard Sept., 1878— July, 1882 Hall, 

s. of Rev. R. J. Newby. b June 23, 1864. 83, Knighton Fields 
Rd., Leicester. 

Pearce, Harold Sept., 1878— Dec, 1878 Latham. 

s. of John Pearce, Vine Grove, Pendleton, Manchester, b. Nov. 
24, 1864. 

Ringrose, Bernard John Sept., 1878 July, 1881 Latham, 

s. of J. Ringrose, The Grange, Sutton -upon-Hull. b. Aug. 28, 
1863. Solicitor and Parliamentary agent. Wilford Rise, 
Bromeswell Heath, Melton, Suffolk. 

Sale, Reginald William Sept.. 1S7S July, 1885 Orchard. 

s. of W. H. Sale, The Uplands, Derbv. b. July 12, 1866. Sen. 
1881. XL 1885. Trim Hall, Canib. B.A. 1889. Solicitor, 
Coroner for the Hundred of Appletree. Fastmead, Duffield 
Rd., Derbv. 

Trollope, Arthur Grant Sept., 1878 Dec, 1882 Hall. 

s. of A. Trollope, East Gate, Lincoln, b. June 10, 1866. 1st 
E. Kent Regt. Chitral, 1895, Medal with Clasp. S.A. War, 
1900 — 02, Despatches, Queen's Medal (2 Clasps), King's Medal 
(2 Clasps). Capt., retired. Served with Defence Force, S. 
Africa 1914—15; Gallipoli 1916, Despatches; Lt.-Col. Res. 
Magistrate, Vrede, Orange Free State, S. Africa. 

Tweedie, Thomas Cunliffe Sept., 1878— July, 1880 Priory. 

s. of J. Tweedie, J. P., D.L., Christ Church Lodge, Cheltenham. 
b. Aug. 14, 186"). Proprietor, Porehattie, and Hazrapore 
Zemindari Estates. Jhenidah P.O., Jessore, Bengal. 

Wlndley, Francis Sept., 1878— July, 1884 Priory. 

s. of W. Windley, Fernleigh House, Nottingham, b. Jan. 5, 
1865. Trim Coll., Ox, B.A. \888. M.A. 1901. Salisbury 
Theol. Coll. 1894. V. of Amesbury, Wilts., 1906 14. West 
Alvington Vic., Kingsbridge, Dev< 

Winslow, Walter Sept., 1878— July, 1883 Latham. 

s. of T. E. Winslow, Q.C. b. Julv 24, 1864. Gonv. and Cains 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1886. MB., B.Ch. 1891. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. Practising at Rapallo, I.iguria, Italy, Nov. to May. 
Old Mill House, North Stoke, Oxon. 

Wylde, Charles Harry Sept., 1878 Oct., 1878 Mitre. 

s. of R. G. Wylde, 13, Sumner Place, S. Kensington, b. Sept. 
29, 1864. King's Coll., Lond. Served in Paget 's Horse, and 
Scottish Yeo. S.A. War. Keeper of Ceramic Section, Victoria 
and Albert Museum 1 893— 1921 In S. Africa. 

Allen, William Edward Jan., 1879— July, 1882 Priory. 

s. of William Allen, St. Edward St., Leek. b. Jan. 31, 1865. 
Solicitor. Rosebank House Leek, Staffs. 

Ashmore, Henry Jan., 1879- -July, 1880 G.P.C. 

s. of II. Ashmore, lace manufacturer, Derby, b. July 26, 1864. 

Barrington, Cecil Vivian Jan.. 1879 — July, 1884 Priory. 

s. of Charles Harrington. Dublin, b. Sept. 17, 1865. Trim 
Coll., Camb. DA., 1st CI. Law, 1887. 11.1!. Dar, Inner 
Temple. J. P., Co. Tipperary. Maryville, Cashed, Co. Tipperary. 

Baynes, Harry I ami- Jan., 1879— July, 188!. Hall. 

s. of T. Fairer- Day nes, Ash House, Blackburn, b. Apr. 14, 
1863. St. Aidan's 1892. H.O. Holmwood, Church Street, 
Cromer. 

Baynes, Percy Farrer- fan., 1879 July, 1883 Hall, 

br. of the above, b. Oct. 17, 1864. d. Oct. 10, 1910. 

Burt, Leslie Frederick Drinkwater Jan., L879— Apr., 1880 Hall, 
s. of F. Burt, 19, Portland Rd., Edgbaston. b. July 18, 1863. 
Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1886. Wells Theol. Coll. Land 
agent. Stanton, Shifnal, Salop. 



1879 huckin 83 



Burt, Frederick Melville Jan., 1879— July, 1880 Hall. 

br. of the above. b. Sept. 25, 1865. Architect. 61, Farnaby 

Rd., Bromley, Kent. 
Clarke, Arthur Edwin Jan., 1879— Apr., 1882 G.P.C. 

s. of E. Clarke, Oakhill Hall, Upper Tean, Staffs, b. Mar. 6, 

1864. Solicitor. Abroad. 
Dalzell, Arthur John Wilson Jan., 1879— July, 1881 Brook. 

s. of D. B. Dalzell, M.D. b. Jan. 6, 1864. M.B., CM. Edin. 

1888. Medical Missionary, d. at Jerusalem, Aug. 8, 1911. 
Elliott, Charles Lister Boileau Jan., 1879— July, 1883 Priory. 

s. of Charles Pearson Elliott, I.C.S. b. Oct. 31, 1864. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1886. H.O. Tattingstone Red., Ipswich. 
Garnett, William Gustav Jan., 1879— Apr., 1883 Orchard. 

s. of T. G. S. Garnett, Halton, Lanes, b. Jan. 15, 1866. Major, 

2/4th E. Lanes. Regt. 1914—16 ; O.C, Salvage Depot (M. of 

M.) 1917 — 19. 5, Ribblesdale Avenue, Clitheroe, Lanes. 
Kempson, Charles Aldwin Jan., 1879— July, 1883 Brook. 

s. of Rev. E. A. Kempson. b. Mar. 28, 1865. XI. 1882, 83. 

C.E. Wyck House, Bebington, Cheshire. 
Leader, Charles Robert Jan., 1879 — July, 1879 Priory. 

s. of H. Leader, Clonmoyle, Couchford. b. Sept. 5, 1862. 

Queen's Coll., Cork, Sch. and Med. Exh. MB., M.Ch., B.A.O., 

R.U. Ireland, d. Dec. 13, 1919. 
Lloyd, Francis Horatio Jan., 1879 — Dec, 1881 Latham. 

s. of His Hon. Judge Sir H. Lloyd, Chester, b. Mar. 31, 1864. 

Solicitor, d. Aug. 31, 1920. 
Popham, Bradshaw Gahvay Jan., 1879 — Apr., 1884 Hall. 

s. of B. F. Popham, M.D., 16, Kensington Gardens Sq. b. Sept. 

1,1865. C.CCCamb. B.A. 1887. M.A. 1892. Ridley Hall. 

R. of S. Shoebury 1900 ; V. of Holy Trinity, Fee 1906- -14. 

Tatsfield Reel., Wester ham, Kent. 
Rolleston, Frederick Christopher Lawrence 

Jan., 1879— July, 1882 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. W. L. Rolleston. b. July 29, 1864. St. Mary's Hall, 

Ox. V. of Gt. Dalby 1890—1905. d. Nov. 6, 1913. 
Saunders, Frank Etheridge Jan., 1879 — July, 1883 Mitre. 

ward of Dr. J. Bassett, Birmingham, b. Aug. 26, 1864. XI. 

1883. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1886. Football 

Blue 1888. Assoc. International 1888. L.S.A. 1896. d. at 

Ficksburg, May 14, 1905. 
Sharman, Eric Harding Jan., 1879— Apr., 1882 Hall. 

s. of Eric Rudd Sharman, Liverpool, b. July 21, 1865. Lt.-Col., 

I. M.S., retired 1913. Attached R.A.M.C 1914—18. c/o 

Grindlay and Co., 51, Parliament St., S.W.I. 
Shields, Ramsay Jan., 1879— Dec, 1880 Hall. 

s. of J. Shields, Durham, b. Mar. 2, 1864. C.E. R.E. (T.F.) 

1915—19, Major. 
Sparrow, Jan., 1879— July, 1879 Priory. 

Temple, George Henry Jan., 1879— July, 1882 Mitre. 

s. of Ogilvy Temple, b. Aug. 16, 1864. Edin. Univ. M.B., 

CM. 1888. Hon. Surg., Weston-super-Mare Gen. Hosp. 1, 

Bristol Rd., Weston-super-Mare. 
Willis, Robert Jan., 1879— Dec, 1881 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. R. G. Willis, O.R. b. July 5, 1864. Iron 

merchant. 5, Melville Terrace, Stirling, N.B. 
Cockerton, Herbert May, 1879— Dec, 1881 Hall. 

s. of A. H. Cockerton. b. May 2, 1864. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

1888. L.S.A. S.A. War, Medal (3 Clasps). Major, S.A. 

Mtd. Rifles, German S.W. Africa 1914—15. Witbank Colliery, 

Witbank, Transvaal. 



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Dain, Henry Bennett May, 1879— Dec, 1882 Hall. 

afterwards Ewins-Barwell-Ewins. s. of J. Dain, Whit- 

church, Salop, b. Sept. 23, 1865. d. Apr. 5, 1920. 
Garstin, Edmund Louis Longmore May, 1879 — July, 1883 Mitre. 

s. of Col. C. J. Garstin. b. Apr. 13, 1865. F.XI. 1882. XI. 

1883. Edin. Univ. XL 1886. Indian Police 1889. Supt. 

cjo Grindlay &• Co., 54, Parliament St., S.W. 
Hacker,VictorEdwardHeathcote- May,1879 — July.1881 Home B. 

s. of R. Heathcote-Hacker, Willington. b. Sept. 28, 1864. 

Brewer. Ivy Lodge, Sale, Cheshire. 
Hacker.RalphPalmerHeathcote- May, 1879 — Dec. ,1883 Home B. 

br. of the above, b. June 8, 1866. Mining engineer. 
Hacker,GodfreyMeynellHeathcote- May, 1879 — Dec. ,1884 Home B. 

br. of the above, b. Nov. 22, 1867. Yorks. Lawn Tennis 

Champion 1892. Seed extractor. Evansdale, 1, Flamboro' 

Rd., Bridlington. 
Hanbury, Hon. Walter Bateman- May, 1879 — Dec, 1881 G.P.C. 

s. of Lord Bateman, Shobdon Court, Herefs. b. July 26, 1862. 

d. Feb. 21, 1904. 
Hopkins, Henry Russell May, 1879— Apr., 1885 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. H. G. Hopkins, Shelley House, Leatherhead. b. 

Mar. 5, 1867. Solicitor. Kent, Washington, U.S.A. 
Job, Samuel Ernest May, 1879 — Dec, 1882 Priory. 

s. of T. R. Job, Waterloo, Liverpool, b. Sept. 27, 1865. Mer- 
chant and Shipowner. Tower Building, Liverpool. 
Low, Hubert Henry May, 1879— Apr., 1882 Hall 

s. of W. H. Low, Highgate. b. May 31, 1865. 
Low, Charles Walter May, 1879— Dec, 1882 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Sept. 14, 1866. 
Mynors, Aubrey Baskerville May, 1879 — May, 1880 HalJ. 

s. of Rev. W. B. Mynors. b. Apr. 13, 1865. Went to Malvern 

Coll. Oriel Coll., Ox. 1884. B.A. 1887. M.A. 1890. R. of 

Langley Burrell 1899—1909 ; Org. Sec, S.P.G. Dio. Bristol 

1902—08 ; Sec, Pan-Anglican Congress 1907—08 ; V. of St. 

John's, Clifton 1909—13; Sec, National Mission 1916. The 

Vicarage, Mortimer, Berks. 
Ogle, Hugh Lambert May, 1879— July, 188 1 Mitre. 

s. of W. Ogle, M.D., The Elms, Derby, b. July 10, 18i5. Trim 

Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1887. 2nd CI. Theol. 1889. 

M.A. 1891. V. of Plumstead 1898 ; C. of Ch. Ch. Harrogate 

1906; V. of Malton, Yorks. 1911—21. The Vicarage, Knares- 

borough. 
Page, Richard Edwin May, 1879 — Orchard. 

s. of Samuel Page, The Mount, Handsworth, Staffs, b. July 25, 

1866. Killed by fall from rocks at Aberystwyth, Aug. 2, 1882. 
Robinson, Reginald William May, 1879 — July, 1883 Priory. 

s. of Rev. G. W. Robinson, Walmley Vic, Birmingham, b. 

Oct. 8, 1864. Solicitor, retired. 
Seppings, Henry Vivian May, 1879 — Nov., 1879 Brook. 

s. of Rev. G. W. Seppings, Eythorne Rect., Dover, b. Nov. 24, 

1864. Farming. Le Mars, Iowa, U.S.A. 
Sheavyn, Frederick William May, 1879 — Apr., 1881 Home B. 

s. of S. Sheavyn, Repton. b. Aug. 12, 1866. Farmer. Breas- 

ton, Derby. 
Sykes, Richard May, 1879— Dec, 1881 Priory. 

s. of H. M. Sykes, Roundhay Grange, Leeds. b. June 22, 1864. 

d. Oct. 20, 1912. 
Bond, Louis Charles Powell Sept., 1879— July, 1883 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. W. H. Bond, High Ongar Rect. b. Mar. 22, 1866. 

Insurance agent in Canada. 



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Chevallier, Charles Henry Temple Sept., 1879— July, 1880 Brook. 

s. of Rev. Canon Chevallier. b. May 6, 1864. M.B., CM. Edin. 

d. at Melbourne, Australia, Dec. 19, 1889. 
Cooper, Stanley Sept., 1879— July, 1882 Hall. 

s. of the ltte T. Cooper, Burnham House, Ainsdale, Lanes. 

b. July 5, 1866. Engineer. M.I.M.E. Dir. , Armstrong Stevens 

i$ Son Ltd., Willenhall. Oakleigh, Oaks Crescent, Wolver- 
hampton. 
Crompton, James Shepherd Sept., 1879 — July, 1882 Priory. 

s. of Abel Crompton, Moss House, Rochdale, b. Nov. 4, 1864. 

Pemb. Coll., Ox. 1883. B.A., M.A. 1890. Oriental Club, W.l. 
Fanshawe, Lyonell Sept., 1879— Apr., 1883 Brook. 

s. of J. G. Fanshawe, Belgrave Sq., S.W. b. May 6, 1866. d. 

in Canada, Oct. 31, 1904. 
Farrant, Francis Westall Sept., 1879 — July, 1885 Latham. 

s. of R. Farrant, Cullompton Court, Devon, b. Apr. 27, 1866. 

Exh. Leaving Exh. Trin. Coll., Ox. Hert. Coll., Sch. 3rd 

CI. Mods. Athl. Blue 1887. B.A., 3rd CI. Litt. Hum., 1889. 

M.A. 1892. Prep. Sch., Worthing, d. July 10, 1893. 
Ferraby, Frederic Herbert Sept., 1879— Dec, 1883 Hall. 

s of T. Ferraby, Wootton Hall, Ulceby. b. July 20, 1865. d. 

Feb. 16, 1888. 
Harpley, Richard William Sept., 1879— July, 1881 G.P.C. 

s. of R. B. Harpley, W. Hartlepool, b. Feb. 24, 1865. Went 

to Tiverton Sch. S.S. Coll., Camb., sizar. B.A. 1888. d. 

Sept. 1. 1905. 
Heald, William Herbert Sept., 1879 — Apr., 1884 Brook. 

s. of W. N. Heald, Southport. b. June 23, 1866. For many 

years Game Warden to C.P.R. in Vancouver. Box 415, Santa 

Monica, California, U.S.A. 
Higginson, Cecil Pickford Sept., 1879 — Apr., 1883 Mitre. 

s. of }. Pickford Higginson. b. Apr. 9, 1866. Shropshire L.I. 

Capt. 1895. S.A. War, 1899—1902, Despatches twice, Queens 

Medal ( 4 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps), D.S.O. Maior 1907. 

D.A.A. and Q.M.G., N. China Command, 1909—13. 'O.C. 1st 

Shropshire L.I., France 9/14, Despatches. C.M.G. 1915. Brig.- 

Gen., retired 1919. The Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, 

S.W.I. 
Hornsby, James William Sept., 1879 — Dec, 1881 Priory. 

s. of J. Hornsby, J. P., Laxton Pk., Stamford, b. Apr. 25, L863. 

Jesus Coll., Camb. J. P. for Kesteven. Mayor of Grantham 

1912. Dep. Chn., Belgravia War Hosp. Supply Depot 1916 — 19. 

Middleton, Longparish, Whitchurch, Hants. 
Hunt, Charles Sept., 1879— Dec, 1883 Orchard. 

s. of George Hunt, Pilsgate House, Stamford, b. Dec 12, 1864, 

Served with 52nd and 124th Imp. Yeo., S.A. War, 1900—02, 

Medal (3 Clasps). Capt. Hants. Regt. 1914—17. Solicitor. 

Tinwell Rd., Stamford. 
Inman, Geoffrey Michael Stobart Sept., 1879 — July, 1880 Mitre. 

s. of W. Inman, Upton Manor, Birkenhead. b. July 14, 1867. 

1 755, Under cliff Avenue, Morris Heights, New York. 
Jones, Charles Wilberforce Cadman- Sept., 1879 — Hall. 

s. of H. Cadman- Jones, b. Aug. 27, 1866. d. at home, Feb. 

9, 1880. 
Klngdon, Hubert Thomas Godfrey Sept., 1879— Dec, 1883 Mitre. 

s. ot Rev. G. Kingdon. b. Oct. 30, 1864. Clare Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1886. M.A. 1891. Ridley Hall. R. of St. Philip's 

Manchester 1892; Supt. and Chap., Blind Asylum, Bristol 

1903 ; R. or High Roding 1910—15. H.O. The Hermitage. 

Park Rd., Teddington, S.W. 



86 iucKiN 187 ( .) 



Newby, John Edward Sept., 1879— Apr., 1883 Hall. 

s. of Rev. R. J. Newby. b. Sept. 4, 1865. ES. R. of Waden- 

hoe and Pilton 1904. Pillon Reel., near Oundlc. 
Perks, Bernard Sept., 1879— July, 1885 Mitre. 

s. of S. H. Perks, Fairfield, Bickley, Kent. b. May 17, 1866. 

Lxh. Magd. Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1889. Bar, 

Inner Temple 1892. Coy. Sergt.-Maj. Inns of Court O.T.C. 

1914 — 18. Mention for Home Service 1917. 39, Berkston 

Gardens, Earl's Court, S.W.5. 
Schwlnd, Arthur Frederick Sept., 1879 — July, 1883 Brook. 

afterwards Lyon. s. of C. Schwind, Derby, b. April 17, 1866. 

" Heathfield," Crowcombe, near Taunton. 
Sharman, Alexander Edward Sept., 1879 — Apr.. 1883 Hall. 

s. of Eric Rudd Sharman, Liverpool, b. Mar. 14, 1867. 726, 

Floral Avenue, Canon City, Colorado, U.S.A. 
Sharman, Richard Pechey Sept., 1879— July, 1882 Brook. 

s. of S. A. Sharman, Caergwrle, Wrexham, b. May 27, 1866. 

M.B., CM. Edin. 1890. d. June 20, 1913. 
Sparks, Charles Pratt Sept., 1879— July, 1883 Priory. 

s. of E. A. Sparks, Suffolk House, Putnev Hill. b. May 13, 

1866. M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., M.I.M.E., C.B.E. Branscombe, 

33, St. Matthew's Ave., Surbiton. 
Spllsbury, George Lucas Sept., 1879 — Dec, 1883 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. B. W. Spilsbury, O.R. b. Nov. 28, 1865. 

Longlands, Findem, Derby. 
Stevens, Charles Henry Farrar Sept., 1879 — Dec, 1879 Home B. 

s. of Rev. J. R. Stevens, Swadlincote, b. Apr., 1865. 
Stewart, Ian Charles Lindsey Sept., 1879 — Apr., 1883 Hall. 

s. of Col. D. Stewart, 89, Eaton Place, S.W. b. Sept. 8, 1865. 

W.S. 32, Charlotte Sq., Edinburgh. 
Wells, Frank Edward Sept., 1879— Dec, 1882 Hall. 

s. of Joseph Wells, Broomfield, Chelmsford, b. Aug. 20, 1864. 

Cranham House, Little Walt ham, Chelmsford. 
Arden, Edward Cooper Jan.. 1880— July, 1883 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. A. H. Arden, O.R. b. Nov. 19, 1867. Sladnor Park, 

>ir. Teignmouth, S. Devon. 
Baines, Hewley Mortimer fan., 1880 — July, 1884 Latham. 

s. of W. M. Baines, Bell Half, Naburn, York. b. Sept. 24, 1865. 

Coopers Hill. Public Works Dept., India 1888. Punjab 

Frontier, 1897—98, Medal with Clasps. Under See., P.W. 

Dept., retired 1909. Bell Hall, York. 
Bennitt, William Herbert Jan., 1880— Dee., 1882 Hall. 

s. of S. Bennitt, J. P., 57, Harborne Pk. Rd., Birmingham, b. 

Feb. 10, 1865. Mil. Rep., B'ham Local Tribunal; B'ham 

Rifle Res. Vol. Force 1914 16; 1st Warwicks. Vol. Regt. 

1916 — 18. Solicitor. 15, Waterloo St., Birmingham. 
Bird, Francis Barry Jan.. 1880 Aim., 18S1 Orchard. 

s. of T. V. Bird, 4, Riversdale Rd., Aigburth, Liverpool, b. Sept. 

22,1866. King's Coll., Camb. 15. A. 1890. Solicitor, d. May 

24, 1894. 
Brush, George Howard Jan., 1880 Dec, 1883 Mitre. 

s. of A. E. Brush, Gill Hull, Dromore, Co. Down. b. Sept. 2, 

1865. 5th R. Irish Rifles 1883—86. 2nd Liverpool Regt. 

S.A. War, Ladysmith, 1899—1900, Medal with Clasp. Capt. 

1900. Retired 1910. Rejoined from B.C. 1/15 ; France with 

Inniskilling Fus., and 3rd Liverpool Regt. 1915 — 17, Despatches; 

Major Res. of Off. 1915. Sec, W. D. Tillage Cte., Irish Comd., 

11/18. 
Cox, John Henry Jan., 1880— July, 1881 Latham. 

s. of J, H. Cox, Sunderland, b. May 23, 1864 d. Nov, 9, 1891 



1880 huckin 87 



Goodwin, Robert Docksey Jan., 1880 — Apr., 1882 Priory. 

s. of R. D. Goodwin, Ashbourne, b. June 26, 1867. White 

City, Davis County, Kansas, U.S.A. 
Goodwin, Arthur Charles Jan . 1880— Dec, 1882 Priory. 

br. of the above, b. June 28, 1869. Went to Bath Coll. Keble 

Coll., Ox., Sch. 1888. 2nd CI. Mods. 1890. B.A., 3rd CI. Litt. 
Hum., 1892. M.A., M.B., B.Ch. 1899. M.Ch. (Oxon) 1905. 

F.R.C.S. 1907. Sen. H.S., Poplar Hosp. 1902—05. Surg., 
Bromwich Dist. Hosp. Hon. Surg., Guest Hosp., Dudley. 

Maj. R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 1914—19, Egypt and Palestine, 

Despatches. Toronto House, West Bromwich. 
Hanson, Wilfred Julius Jan., 1880— July, 1882 Latham. 

s. of Rev. H. Hanson, Marsworth Vic., Tring. b. Oct. 14, 1864. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., Jun. Opt., 1885. M.A. Forest Hill, 

Oxon. 
Mills, Charles Remington Jan., 1880— Dec, 1883 Hall. 

s. of J. T. Mills, Stockgrove Park, Leighton Buzzard, b. Dec. 

16, 1865. F.XI. M.F.H. d. May 24, 1919. 
Monro, Archibald Vere Jan., 1880 — Nov., 1884 Latham. 

s. of Rev. H. G. Monro, Woodlands, Binfield, Berks, b. July 5, 

1867. F.S. Indian Forest Service, 2nd PI. 1886, retired 1921. 

cjo Messrs. Hoare, 37, Fleet St., E.C.4. 
Morley, Ernest Augustine Jan., 1880 — July, 1883 Home B. 

s. of W. Morley, Repton. b. June 9, 1868. Played Football for 

Derby County 1885, 86, 87, and Cricket for " The Colts " 1886. 

Egerton House, Old Roman Rd., Dover. 
Page, Charles Arnold Lindsey Jan., 1880— July, 1883 Hall. 

s. of C. L. Page, Sunderland Lodge, Westbourne Pk. b. Jan. 

31, 1866. 6, Sussex Gardens, Eastbourne. 
Robson, Hubert Iliff Jan., 1880— July, 1882 HalL 

s. of J. S. Robson, Roker, Sunderland, b. Aug. 5, 1864. Beach 

Rd., Grange, S. Australia. 
Shaw, James Longsdon Jan., 1880 — Apr., 1881 Mitre. 

s. of F. Shaw, Western Bank, Derby, b. Oct. 15, 1866. Aston 

House, Littleover, Derby. 
Smith, William Edward Clifton Jan., 1880— Oct., 1882 Brook. 

s. of W. R. Smith, J. P., Clifton House, Ashbourne, b. Mar. 22, 

1866. Ex. Coll., Ox. 1884. B.A. 1888. Sherwood Foresters. 

Capt. 1896. Killed at Dargai, Tirah Exp., Oct. 21, 1897. 
Spencer, Edward Waldron Jan., 1880— July, 1882 G.P.C. 

s. of T. E. Spencer, Leamington, b. Aug. 22, 1864. Architect. 
Stennlng, William Lees Jan., 1880— July, 1882 Priory. 

s. of W. Stenning, Redhill. b. July 4, 1865. Div. Offr., Bd. 

of Trade, Timber Supply Dept., 1916—20. M.B.E. J. P. 

Ranmore, Redhill, Surrey. 
Stirling, Carolus Home Graham- Jan., 1880— Apr., 1882 Mitre. 

s. of T J Graham-Stirling, Strowan, Crieff, N.B. b. Jan 19, 

1866. 3rd R Highrs , S R ; Major 1914. D L and J. P., 

Perthshire. Rosebank, Comrie, N B. 
Stobart, Charles Hugh Jan., 1880— July, 1884 Hall. 

s. of H. S. Stobart, Witton Tower, Darlington b Jan 8, 1867. 

Solicitor, Wigan and Southport. Parbold, nr. Wigan 
Walsh, Hon. Gerald Jan., 1880— July, 1883 Latham. 

s. of Lord Ormathwaite, Warfield Pk,, Bracknell, b Dec 16, 

1864. H.M. Insp., Poor Law Board. Charnwood, Melton 

Mowbray. 
Watts, Herbert John Manning Jan., 1880 — Apr., 1882 Brook. 

s. of C. H. Watts, Kislingbury House, Northampton, b. Nov. 

15, 1863. d. Nov. 8, 1914. 



HUCKIN 1880 



Wilson, Harold Lancaster Jan., 1880 — July, 1882 Mitre. 

s. of Mrs. Wilson, Carrick House, Surbiton. b. July 19, 1864. 

Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. 
Alexander, Charles Thomas Apr., 1880 — Dec, 1881 Latham. 

s. of J. B. Alexander, Newcastle, b. Feb. 22, 1864. Christ's 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1885. M.A. 1889. Ridley Hall V. of 

Middleton, Norfolk 1894 — 1900. Clifton Vic, York. 
Blagg, Francis Edward Apr., 1880— Dec, 1883 Hall. 

s. of John M. Blagg, Cheadle, Staffs, b. Jan. 16, 1866. Solicitor, 

Portsmouth, and Westmark, Petersfield, Hants. 
Bostock, Edwin Dillon Apr., 1880— Dec, 1882 G.P.C. 

s. of E. Bostock, Stone, Staffs, b. Dec. 7, 1865. Manufacturer. 

Holly House, Stone, Staffs. 
Carr, Donald William Apr., 1880— July, 1884 Latham. 

s. of Rev. E. Carr, Holbrooke Hall, Derby, b. Apr. 16, 1866. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. M.B., B.C. 1893. M.D. 1907. Medical 

Missionary. C.M.S. Hospital, Ispahan, Persia. 
Dobell, George Apr., 1880— Dec, 1883 Priory. 

s. of G. C. Dobell, Formby Hall, Lanes, b. June 19, 1866. d. 

Nov. 26, 1893. 
Ellis, Walter Angus Apr., 1880 — July, 1885 Latham. 

s. of R. K. A. Ellis, Southcliff, Roker. b. Apr. 9, 1867. Trin. 

Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Mod. Hist., 1889. Solicitor, clerk to 

Justices. The Bungalow, Seaham, Co. Durham. 
Garthorne, John Charles Apr., 1880 — Dec, 1882 Hall. 

s. of C. H. Garthorne, Hull. b. Sept. 17, 1865. 
Haslam, Alfred William Apr., 1880— Apr., 1885 Orchard. 

s. of W. C. Haslam, J. P., The Elms, Ripley, Derby, b. Feb. 6, 

1866. The Hall, Heanor, Derby s. 
King, Napleton Norman Apr., 1880 — Apr., 1882 Orchard. 

s. of N. W. King, George Town, Demerara. b. May 15, 1865. 

Manager, lime and rubber estate. Pin. Agatash, Essequibo 

River, B. Guiana. 
McGonaghey, Harry Apr., 1880 — Apr., 1883 Brook. 

s. of M. A. McGonaghey, Banda, India, b. Nov. 20, 1867. 7th 

Bengal Cav. Hazara Exp., 1891, Medal with Clasp. Miranzai 

Exp., 1891, Clasp. Chitral, 1895, Medal with Clasp S.A. 

War, 1899—1902, Despatches, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's 

Medal (2 Clasps). R.I. Fusiliers Bt. Major 1900. Instr., and 

Comdr. Co. of Gentlemen Cadets, K.M.C. Sandhurst 1902 — 05. 

G.S.O.I., W. Command 1914—17 ; Bt. Lt.-Col., attached 11th 

Army Corps, France, 1917 ; Inspecting Officer, Press Censor 

1917, 18. The Lodge, Finchampstead, Berks. 
Marriott, Herbert Jowett Apr., 1880 — Dec, 1883 Latham. 

s. of J. Marriott, Alvanley House, Bredbury, Stockport, b. 

Dec. 27, 1865. Sergt., Sale V.A.D. Hosp. Director, Openshaw 

Brewery Co., Manchester. Craven Lodge, Sale, Cheshire. 
Maw, Henry Trentham Apr., 1880 — July, 1885 Mitre 

s. of C. Maw, Nutfield, Surrey, b. May 28, 1866. Christ's Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1888. M.A. 1892. Bentley P., St. Bart's Hosp. 

M.R.C.S. 1893. M.D. 1896. The Old House, Westcott, Dorking. 
Richards, John Cooper Allen Apr., 1880 — July, 1886 Hall. 

s. of E. E. Richards, R.N., Stapleton House, Martock, Somerset. 

b. May 1, 1868. Mert. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1890. Bd. of Agric 

Rep. on Tribunal for Leics. Blaby Hall, Leicester. 
Schwind, Walter Henry Apr., 1880 — Dec, 1885 Brook. 

s. of C. Schwind, Derby, b. Aug. 28, 1867. Trin. Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1889. Streatley-on-Thames, Reading. 



1880 huckin 89 



Stancliffe, Percy Apr., 1880— May, 1885 G.P.C. and Priory. 

s. of W. W. Stancliffe, Sutton, Macclesfield, b. Nov. 29, 1867. 

Sion Hill, Thirsk, Yorks. 
Taylor, Arthur Leopold Apr., 1880— Apr., 1883 Priory. 

s. of W. Taylor, Westbourne, Bolton-le-Moors. b. Apr. 27, 

1865. Windham Club, St. James' Sq., S.W.I. 
Allen, John Sept., 1880— Dec, 1884 Priory. 

s. of William Allen, St. Edward St., Leek. b. Dec. 11, 1866. 

Exh. Solicitor, d. Oct. 25, 1894. 
Atkinson, John Richard Sept., 1880 — Apr., 1885 Latham. 

s. of W. Atkinson, Bankneld, Beckermet. b. Oct. 26, 1866. 

Bankfield, Beckermet, Cumberland. 
Bamford, Thomas Henry Broughton 

Sept., 1880— July, 1884 Orchard. 

s. of John Bamford, Ashbourne, b. Nov. 22, 1867. Honours, 

Law Final 1890. Solicitor. SI, Morpeth Mansions, S.W.I. 
Behrend, Francis David Sept., 1880— Apr., 1883 Hall. 

s. of S. H. Behrend. b. May 8, 1867. W. Riding Regt. 1885. 

S.A. War, 1899—1900, Medal (3 Clasps). Maj. 1905 ; Res. of 

Off. Gallipoli, Suvla Bay, with 8th Bn. 1915; Lt.-Col. 5, 

Half-Moon St., W.l. 
Blackden, Marcus Worsley Sept., 1880— Apr., 1882 Brook. 

s. of M. S. Blackden, 9, Boyne Pk., Tunbridge Wells. b. Aug. 

25, 1864. Artist. Langley Lodge, Langley, Southampton. 
Blagg, Ernest William Halcomb Sept., 1880— July, 1885 Hall. 

s. of C. J. Blagg, Greenhill. b. Jan. 23, 1868. d. July 6, 1922. 
Cayzer, Alfred Sept., 1880 — July, 1884 Orchard. 

s. of Thomas Cayzer, Aigburth, Liverpool, b. Aug. 10, 1867. 

Exh. Farming. Galiano, B.C. 
Ford, Francis Gilbertson Justice Sept., 1880 — July, 1886 Priory. 

s. of W. A. Ford, London, b. Dec. 14, 1866. XL 1883, 84, 

Capt. 1885, 86. F.XI. 1885. King's Coll., Camb. Camb. XL 

1887, 88, 89, 90, Capt. 1889. Football Blue 1887, 88, Capt. 

1889. B.A. 1890. Stoddart's team to Australia, 1894—95. 

Tutor. Public, Schools Club, 13, Albemarle St., W ., and 

Bounders, Burwash, Sussex. 
Gedge, Edward Sydney Sept., 1880— Dec, 1882 Hall. 

s. of Edward F. Gedge, Red Hill. b. Nov. 6, 1866. Marine 

Insurance, retired. Superintended Church Army Hut in Ypres 

Salient, 1917. 2, Marine Gardens, Eastbourne. 
Glynn, Walter Samuel Sept., 1880— Dec, 1883 Orchard. 

s. of Walter Glynn, The Lydiate, Willaston, Chester, b. May 

25, 1866. Trin. Hall, Camb. B.A. 1887. Bar, Inner Temple. 

The Grange, Bletchley. 
Henry, Charles Campbell Sept., 1880— July, 1883 Brook. 

s. of C. J. C. Henry, 51, Devonshire Rd., Birkenhead, b. Dec. 

14, 1866. 51, Devonshire Rd., Birkenhead. 
Kearsey, Edward Francis Sept., 1880— July, 1883 Cross. 

s. of W. W. Kearsey, Burleigh Court, Stroud, b. July 6, 1864. 

XL 1881, 82, Capt. 1883. C.C.C., Camb. B.A. 1886. Instruc- 
tor, H.M.S. " Conway " 1886 — 98. Rustington, Queen's Parade, 

Grimsby. 
Llewelyn, John Connop Thirlwall Sept., 1880 — Apr., 1885 Hall. 

s. of J. G. Llewelyn, Surbiton. b. Mar. 26, 1868. Wadh. Coll. 

Ox. Athl. Blue 1891. Capt., I. of Wight CXI. Rosendal, 

Cranford Avenue, Exmouth. 
McGonnel, Frederick Bradshaw Sept., 1880 — Apr., 1886 Mitre. 

s. of W. McConnel, Knockdolian, Ayrs. b. Aug. 19, 1868. 1st 

Agg. P. 1886. Gordon Highlanders 1889—98. Capt. Re- 



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joined for Special Service 1914. County Club, Ayr, and Knock- 
dolian, Colmonell, Ayrshire. 
Marriott, Ernest Theodore Sept., 1880— July, 1884 Brook, 

s. of F. Marriott, Bovvdon, Cheshire, b. Apr. 27, 1867. Mert 
Coll., Ox. B.A. 1895. M.A. 1900. Architect. Lambert Cot- 
tage, Mark Beech, Edenbridge. 
Mason, Frederick Sept., 1880 — Dec, 1886 Hall. 

s. of H. Mason, Wakefield, b. Oct. 14, 1869. Registrar, County 
Court. Solicitor. 47, King St., and Xewmillerdam, nr. 
I 1 'ake field. 
Merry weather, Percy William Sept., 1880 — Dec., 1881 Hall. 
s. of J. Merryweather, Gisborough, Yorks. b. Apr. 21, 1866. 
d. at Gorukpur, Dec. 24, 1903. 
Morgan, George Sept., 1880— Apr., 1885 Brook, 

s. of A. G. Morgan, St. Andrews, N.B. b. Oct. 1, 1867. Elected 
Member, Lt. Governor's Council of E. Bengal and Assam 1909. 
1st CI. Kaiser-i-hind Medal 1910. Pres., European Assocn. of 
India 1919, 20, 21. Elected Member Bengal Legislative Council 
1921. Merchant. Bengal Club, Calcutta, and Caledonian 
Club, St. James' Sq., S.W.I. 
Muir, Arthur ' Sept., 1880— July, 1883 Cross, 

s. of J. Muir, C.E., London, b. Aug. 15, 1864. Trin. Coll., 
Camb. M.A., M.B., B.Ch. 1892. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Priory 
Cottage, Bushey Heath, Herts. 
Phillipps, Henry Martyn Sept., 1880- Julv, 1883 Cross. 

s. of William Phillipps. b. Apr. 24, 1864. 
Pickup, Oswald Sept., 1880— July, 1882 Orchard. 

s. of T. H. Pickup, Shear Mount, Blackburn, b. Jan. 13, 1866. 
d. Dec. 21, 1902. 
Rice, Hugh Rosceter Sept., 1880— Apr., 1884 Hall, 

s. of C. Rice, Boston, b. Apr. 1, 1867. F.XI. 1883. 2nd 
Essex Regt. 1888. Major 1908. Gallipoli 1915, Despatches ; 
O.C. 1st Gar. Bn. N. Staff. Regt. 1916—19. c/o B. F. Rice. 34, 
South Sq., Boston, Lines. 
Robson, Edward Sept., 1880— July, 1881 Hall, 

s. of E. Robson, Kirkleatham, Redcar. b. May 25, 1865. 7, 
Langholm Terrace, Coatham, Redcar. 
Serjeant, Edward Blackstock Wyclirfe Sept., 1880 -July,1886 Hall. 
s. of Rev. J. S. Serjeant, Acton Vic, Suffolk, b. Jan. 13, 1867. 
Farming. Gestingthorpc, Grenfell, Sash., Canada. 
Strange, Arthur James Sept., 1880— July, 1881 Brook, 

s. of T. L. Strange, Edgbaston. b. Mar. 11, 1868. Bedford- 
shire Regt. 1890. I.S.C. 189.'}. 6th Gurkha Rifles 1901. 
N.W. Frontier 1915; Mesopotamia 1916 — 17; Afghan Cam- 
paign 1919 ; Lt. Col. 1916 ; retired 1920. c/o Holt e> Co., 3, 
Whitehall Place, S.W.I. 
Vincent, Frank Lloyd Sept., 1880— July, 1882 Hall, 

s. of F. A. Vincent, Lower Cam House, Durslev. b. Oct. 22, 
1865. Yorks. L.I. 1886. I.S.C. 1888. 37th Lancers. Mesopo- 
tamia 1916; Lt.-Col. O.B.E. c/o H. S. King & Co., 9, Pall 
Mall, S.W.I. 
Webb, Arthur Sapte Sept., 1880— July, 1885 Priory, 

s. of H. Webb, 18, Campden Hill Rd., Kensington, b. Mar. 9, 
1867. XI. 1885. Ch. Ch., Ox. B.A. 1889. Land agent. 
Cranbrook Manor, Newington, Sittingbourne. 
Wyatt, Robert Harvey Lyle ' Sept., 1880 -Dec, 1880 Brook. 

s. of R. Wyatt, Acton Hill, Stafford, b. Apr. 16, 1866. Nun- 
Coll., Ox. Oxf. Shooting VIII., 1888, 89. Long Range IV, 
1889. B.A. 1889. M.A. 1902. Headmaster, Prep. Sch. 
Milbourne Lodge, Esher, Surrey. 



188J HUCKIN 01 



Baker, Amyand Aufrere Jan., 1881 — Dec, 1883 Brook, 

s. of Col. W. A. Baker, b. Oct. 29, 1865. Formerly farming in 
Kansas. Ideal Auto Equipment Co. Hyde, Colorado, U.S.A. 

Bishop, Herbert Edwin Jan., 1881— July, 1882 G.P.C. 

s. of W. H. Bishop, Uttoxeter. b. May 6, 1867. Solicitor, 
Stone, Staffs, d. Feb. 6, 1910. 

Bowman, Henry Jan., 1881— July, 1886 Latham, 

s. of H. Bowman, Northallerton, b. Mar." 17, 1869. Sec. to 
Salt Union. 3, Courtenay Rd., Waterloo, Liverpool. 

Bristowe, Frederick Edward Jan., 1881 — July, 1884 Hall, 

s. of His Honour Judge S. B. Bristowe, Q.C., Beesthorpe Hall, 
Notts, b. Aug. 3, 1866. Hon. Sec. for Old Reptonian Lodge. 
Engineer. St. Stephen's House, Westminster, S.W.I, Arts Club, 
Dover St., W.l, and Holmesdale, Weybridge. 

Bruce, Hon. Charles Granville Jan., 1881 — July, 1884 Cross, 
s. of Baron Aberdare. b. Apr. 7, 1866. XL 1883, 84. R.G.S. 
Medal for Polit. Geog. 1884. Hon. Member, R.G.S. Oxf. L.I. 
1887. I.S.C. 1888. Burmese Exp., 1889, Medal with Clasp. 
Miranzai Exp., 1891, Despatches and Clasp. Tirah, 1897 — 98, 
Despatches, Medal (2 Clasps). M.V.O. 1903. O.C. l/6th Gurkha 
Rifles, Egypt 1914 — 15, Despatches, Dardanelles 1915, Des- 
patches twice, Bt. Col. ; G.O.C. Bannu 1916 — 19 ; Afghan 
War 1919, Despatches twice. Brig. Gen., retired. Gill Memorial 
Prize R.G.S., 1915. Leader, Mt. Everest Exp., 1922. Author 
" Twenty years in the Himalaya." C.B. 1918. 19, Kensington 
Crescent, W. 

Claughton, Alan Oswald Jan., 1881— July, 1885 Hall, 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Colombo, O.R. b. July 27, 1866. 
Univ. Coll., Ox. B.A., 4th CI. Hist., 1889. Schoolmaster, 
Victoria, Australia 1889 — 90. Headmaster, Prep. Sch. East- 
bourne 1893 — 99. Lympstone Park, Devon. 

Daintree, Ernest Jan., 1881— Dec, 1882 Hall, 

s. of Capt. Daintree, Hemingford Abbots, b. June 8, 1867. 
93, Molineux St., Wolverhampton. 

Daly, William R. H. Jan., 1881— July, 1883 Cross. 

s. of ?, Tivoli, York Street, Kingstown, Dublin, b. Jan. 1, 
1865. 

Fedden, Frank Gardiner Jan., 1881 — Dec, 1882 Brook. 

s. of S. Fedden, Ealing, W. b. Jan. 15, 1866. National 
Skating Assocn. Challenge Cup 1902. Member (with M. 
Teichman-Derville) of Wimbledon Skating Club team that won 
the N.S.A. Challenge Shield for Figure Skating for several 
years up to 1914. Special Constable. Chartered Accountant. 
108a, Cannon St., E.C.4. 

Fletcher, Percy Jan., 1881— July, 1881 Home B. 

s. of J. R. Fletcher, Grantham, and Mrs. Fletcher, Repton. b. 
Mar. 25, 1867. Went to Bedford Sch. Selwyn Coll. and 
Peterhouse, Camb. B.A. 1888. M.A. 1892. Hon. Sec, 
Oxfordshire Hockey Assoc, Oxford Casuals, and Isis Hockey 
Clubs. Private coach. 

Flower, Edward Guy Jan., 1881— Dec, 1883 Hall. 

s. of John Flower, Fairfield Rd., Croydon, b. Mar. 16, 1866. 
6, Neville St., Onslow Gdns., S.W.7. 

Flower, Harold Jan., 1881— Juh , 1886 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Jan. 8, 1868. XL 1885, 86. F.XI. 1885. 
Metal broker. Thorner's Chambers, Ingram Ct., E.C.3, and 
Sindlesham House, Sindlesham, Reading. 

Fuller, Arthur Levens Jan., 1881 — July, 1883 Latham, 

s. of A. Fuller, Ramsey, Hunts, b. July 21, 1866. Medical 
practitioner. Garden City, Glasscock Co., Texas U.S.A. 



92 huckin 1881 



Gordon, Kenneth Fraser Jan., 1881 — Apr., 1883 Hall. 

s. of W. G. Gordon, Drumdevan, Inverness, b. Sept. 18, 1865 

Coffee planter, Johore 1883 — 87. Member, Scottish Coy., 

National Guard in London 1914. Hongkong and Shanghai 

Banking Corp., 9 Gracechurch St., E.C.3. 
Hett, John Huson Jan., 1881— July, 1882 Hall. 

s. of J. Hett, Gainford House, Darlington, b. Dec. 17, 1866. 

Piercebridge Grange, Piercebridge, Darlington. 
Imrie, John Ethelbert Wilson Jan., 1881— Apr., 1881 Latham. 

s. of Rev. J. Imrie. b. June 10, 1865. Christ's Coll., Camb. 

Drowned near Hunstanton, Mar. 1, 1894. 
Jones, Meredith Dicker Jan., 1881 — Julv, 1882 Cross. 

s. of E. M. Jones, Wrexham, b. Mar. 24, 1864. d. Sept., 1898. 
Little, Henry Brace Jan., 1881 — Dec, 1883 Latham. 

s. of T. H. Little, Malvern, b. Nov. 16, 1865. J. P., Herefs. 

and Worcs. Worcestershire Club, Worcester. 
Lloyd, Trevor Fitzroy Jan., 1881 — Dec, 1884 Latham. 

s. of His Honour Judge Sir H. Lloyd, Chester, b. Sept. 28, 

1866. Trim Hall, Camb. B.A. 1889. Bar, Mid. Temple. 
North Wales and Chester Circuit. Special Constable during 
war. New Oxford and Cambridge Club, and 4, Pump Ct., 
Temple, E.C.4. 

Lockwood, William Jan., 1881 — July, 1885 Cross. 

s. of W. Lockwood, The Knoll, Prescot, Lanes, b. Feb. 15, 

1867. Honours, with 3 Gold Medals, final Law Exam. 1891. 
Solicitor, d. June 11, 1903. 

Maw, Arthur John Jan., 1881 — Apr., 1884 Mitre. 

s. of A. Maw, Iron Bridge, b. Nov. 18, 1866. 1st Agg. P. 1884 

Encaustic tile manufacturer. 13, St. John's Hill, Shrewsbury. 
Mosley, Ashton Edward Jan., 1881— Apr., 1884 Mitre 

s. of Rev. R. Mosley, Egginton Rect. b. Oct. 24, 1866. d. 

July 17, 1911. 
Parry, Francis Herbert Jan., 1881 — Dec, 1882 Hall. 

s. of the late Capt. F. J. Parry, H. M. Inspector of Constabulary. 

b. Sept. 6, 1866. F.XI. 1882. Special Constable 1914—19. 

Head brewer, Bass & Co.'s Middle Brewery. Trent Cottage, 

Burton-on-Trent. 
Reece, William Horton Jan., 1881— July. 1885 Latham. 

s. of the late W. H. Reece, Edgbaston. b. May 2, 1866. 1st 

Agg. P. 1885. Corpl. 5th R. Sussex Regt. 4/17—9/19. Land 

agent. The Nest, Barcombe, Lewes. 
Richardson, Alfred Kendall Jan., 1881— Apr., 1885 Cross. 

ward of W. Phillipps, Carlingford Lodge, Sydenham, b. Nov. 

27, 1865. 
Smith, James Hambling Jan., 1881— July, 1884 Home B. 

s. of Seth Smith, Repton. b. Aug. 2, 1867. Draper. 40, 

Hurstbourne Rd., Forest Hill, S.E.23. 
Stewart, Charles Duncan ■ Jan., 1881 — July, 1881 Hall. 

s. of Mrs. Stewart, Inverness, b. July 4, 1865. 
Stewart, Ronald Robert Jan., 1881— Dec, 1884 Hall. 

s. of Col. D. Stewart, b. June 25, 1867. Late 78th Seaforth 

Highlanders. 4th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. S.A. 

War, 1899—1901, Medal with 3 Clasps. Hon. Mai. d. Dec. 

25, 1909. 
Wailes, William Eteson Jan., 1881— July, 1885 Cross. 

s. of George Wailes, Rounton, Watford, b. Apr. 21, 1869. 

Sch. R.A. 1888. R.G.A. France 1916 — 19, Despatches, 

Croix de Guerre (Fr.). Lt. Col. 1915; retired 1920. Grateley, 

nr. Andover, Hants 



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Wing, Henry Jan., 1881— July, 1885 Orchard. 

s. of W. Wing, Market Overton, Oakham, b. Sept. 12, 1867. 

Member, Rutland War Agric. Cte. Land agent. 5/. Peter's 

St.. Stamford, Lines. 
Bardsley, Edward Wade Apr., 1881— Dec, 1883 Mitre. 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Carlisle, b. Mar. 21, 1866. St. John's 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1890. M.A. Solicitor, at 37, Warkworth 

St., Parkside, Cambridge. 
Calvert, Frederick Apr., 1881 — Apr., 1884 Latham. 

s. of H. Calvert, Barfield, Pendleton, b. Oct. 13, 1866. d. 

Sept. 20, 1911. 
Copestake, Walter Goodall Apr., 1881— Oct., 1885 Orchard. 

s. of T. Goodall Copestake, O.R., Kirk Langley. b. Nov. 15, 

1867. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1889. J. P., Derbys. Kirk 

Langley, Derby. 
Duce, Herbert Apr., 1881— July, 1883 G.P.C. and Priory. 

s. of J. T. Duce, Dunstan House, Penkridge. b. Nov. 14, 1866. 

Gen. Western Representative, Shubert Theatrical Syndicate, 

and Resident Manager, Garrick Theatre, Chicago, d. at 

Wilmette, Illinois, Jan., 1916. 
Dundas, George Joseph Apr., 1881— Apr., 1884 Hall. 

s. of J. Dundas, Carron Hall, Larbert, N.B. b. Nov. 26, 1866. 

Artist. Villa Strohl Fern, Monti Parioli, Rome. 
Garthorne, Herbert Edward Apr., 1881 — July, 1883 Hall. 

s. of C. H. Garthorne, Hull. b. Oct. 10, 1866. 
Graburn, William Turbett Apr., 1881— July, 1884 G.P.C. & Mitre. 

s. of the late Capt. Graburn, Scarborough, b. Mar. 16, 1865. 

XL 1884. Keble Cottage, E. Molesey Park, Surrey. 
Hope, Reginald Arthur Apr., 1881— July, 1883 Priory. 

s. of S. T. Hope, Les Douvres, Guernsey, b. Oct. 9, 1866. 

Tea planter, Ceylon, d. June 27, 1908. 
Kennion, Roger Lloyd Apr., 1881 — July, 1883 Cross. 

s. of Col. Kennion, R.A. b. Dec. 16, 1866. R. Dublin Fus. and 

K.O. Scot. Borderers 1887. I.S.C. 1888. Indian Polit. Dept. 

1895. Tirah correspondent 1897. Cons. -Gen., Meshed, and 

Consul, Seistan, Kain, and Kermanshah. CLE. 1918. 

F.R.G.S. F.Z.S. Lt.-Col. 1913. Author, " Sketches of Life 

and Sport in the Further Himalaya." Ambletts, Chithurst, 

Petersfield. 
Pole, Gerald Charles Van Notten Apr., 1881 — Dec, 1883 Priory. 

s. of Cecil Van Notten Pole. b. July 28, 1866. Corse Green, 

Stonehouse, Glos. 
Priestley, Arthur Vicker man Apr., 1881 — Apr., 1885 Priory. 

s. of J. Priestley, Bankfield, Taylor Hill, Huddersfield. b. Nov. 

8, 1867. F.XL, Capt. 1884. R.F.A. 7/15; Maj. Commanding 

" K " Training Bty. R.H.A. 1917—19. Woollen Manufacturer. 

Bankfield, Taylor Hill, Huddersfield. 
Smith, Thomas Molison Apr., 1881 — July, 1885 Mitre. 

s. of R. Smith, M.D. b. Apr. 26, 1868. La Salle Univ. LL.B. 

1908. H.O. All Saints Vic, Ballarat, Australia. 
Swanston, Edward Sherland Apr., 1881 — Dec, 1884 Hall. 

s. of C. T. Swanston, Q.C., F.R.S., b. Oct. 21, 1867. 24th R. 

Fus. 1914, France 1915—18, Corpl. Sec, Newport Golf Club, 

Rogerstone, Mon. 
Tweed, Edward Ernest Apr., 1881 — Apr., 1883 Cross. 

s. of F. W. Tweed, Horncastle, Lines, b. Jan. 13, 1866. Clerk 

to Lincoln Magistrates ; Registrar, Lincoln County Court ; 

Under Sheriff, City of Lincoln ; Solicitor. Lincoln. 
Twigg, Henry John Apr., 1881— Apr., 1886 Cross. 

s. of H. Twigg, Hafod, Llanrug, Carnarvon, b. Sept. 11, 1868. 



i)4 HUCKIN 1881 



Planter and orange grower. Richmond, Kentucky, and Bonnie- 
role Orange Grove, Eagle Lake, Florida, U.S.A. 

Uniacke, Richard Gordon FitzGerald 

Apr., 1881— July, 1885 Brook. 

s. of Rev. R. F. Uniacke. b. Aug. 19, 1867. Trin. Coll., Ox. 
B.A., 3rd CI. Mod. Hist., 1889. F.R.S.A. Ireland. S.Q.M.S. 
Westminster Dragoons Imp. Yeo. Oak Place, Cranham Ed., 
Upimnsler, Essex. 

Webb, Frederic Bostock Apr., 188 1 -July, L883 G.P.C. 

s. of F. Webb, Curator, Bot. Museum, Edinburgh. 1>. Dec. 3, 

1866. China Inland Mission 1891—97. Univ. Coll. of Medicine, 
Richmond, Virginia, M.D. 1901. d. Dec. 2, 1909. 

Allen, Arthur Clement Sept., 1881 — July, 1887 Hall. 

s. of Rev. Preb. Allen, Eccleshall Vic, Staffs.' b. May 29, 1 8*18. 
Leaving Exh. New Coll., Ox. 2nd CI. Mods. 1889. B.A., 
4th CI. Litt. Hum., 1891. M.A. 1894. Headmaster, Prep. 
Schs., Silloth 1902 — 07, Cherbourg, Malvern 1907 17; 
Joint Headmaster 1917, The Priory, Malvern. 

Barlow, Clement Anderson Montague 

Sept., 1881— luly, 1886 Mitre, 

s. of late The Very Rev. The Dean, Peterborough- b. Feb. 28, 
1868. King's Coll., Camb., Exh. B.A., 2nd CI. Class. Pt. I., 
1889. 1st CI. Law 1890. Yorke Essay Prize and Sen. Whewell 
Int. Law Sch. 1892. M.A. 1893. LL.D. 1898. Studentship 
Inns of Court Schol., Mid. Temple. Member L.C.C. 1907—10 
and Vice Chn. Parliamentary Cte. ; M.P., South Salford, since 
1910 ; Official Principal to Archdeacons, London, St. Albans 
and Hampstead. Partner Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson and 
Hodge. Raised Salford Bde. Lanes. Fus. 1914—15. K.B.E. 
1918. Chn. Select Cte. on Pensions 1919 ; Parliamentary Sec, 
Min. of Labour since 1920 ; Sen. Brit. Govt. Rep., Internat. 
Labour Conferences, Genoa 1920, Geneva 1921. Author 
" Essays on Church Reform " and on " Education Acts." 
Minister of Labour, 1922. 34, Chapel St., Belgrave Sq., S.W.I. 

Bates, John Sept., 1881— Dec, 1885 Cross, 

s. of R. Bates, Acres Bank. b. Apr. 30, 1867. F.XI. 1884, 85. 
Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1889. Capt. 2nd Chesh. Regt. S.A. 
War, 1900—02, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's Medal (2 
Clasps). Staff Capt. 1915. — 17 ; Asst. Embarkation Staff 
Officer. Acres Bank, Stalybridge. 

Blackburn, Charles Cautley Sept., 1881— Dec, 1883 Cross, 

s. of H. C. Blackburn, Sussex Gardens, Hyde Pk. b. June 18, 
1S67. Norfolk Regt. S.A. War, 1900 -02, Despatches, 
Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps). Capt., 
retired. Bde. Maj. 1914; Gallipoli 1915; Despatches. D.S.O. 
l.t. Col. Army &> Navy Club, Pall Mall, S.W.I. 

Blakeley, Robert Henry Sept., 1881— Dec, 1884 Priory. 

s. of W. Blakeley, Woodhouse Hill, Huddersfield. b. Nov. 8, 

1867. S.A. War, served in Roberts' Horse. Formerly Vice- 
Pres., Transvaal Rugby Union. 

Bright, Hugh Sept., 1881— Apr., 1882 Mitre. 

s. of H. A. Bright, Knotty Ash, Liverpool, b. May 4, 1867. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Theol., 1889. R. of Bads- 
worth 1901 ; V. of King Cross, Halifax 1906—21. Hon. 
Canon, Wakefield 1919—20. H.O. 26, Gloucester Sq., W.2. 

Chandos-Pole, Christopher Askew Sept., 1881 — July, 1884 Brook. 
s. of the late Rev. W. Chandos-Pole. b. Nov. 14, 1867. Lt. (t) 
E. African Pioneer Coy. 1914 — 16. Manager, Longford 
Farms Ltd. Longford Hall, Derby. 



1881 HUCKIN <!.") 

Clarke, Leslie Sept., 1881— May, 1882 G.P.C. 

s. of E. Clarke, Oakhill Hall, Upper Tean, Staffs, b. Oct. 19, 

1866. 
Daniel, Augustus Moore Sept., 1881— July, 1885 Hall. 

s. of E. MacManus Daniel, M.D., Dublin." b. Dec. 6, 1866 

XI. 1884, 85. Trin. Coll., Camb. Football Blue 1S88, 89. 
B.A., 1st CI. Nat. Sci. Pt. 1., 1888. 1st CI. Pt. IT. 1889. M.A., 

MB., B.Ch. 1893. A:st. Dir., Brit. Sch. of Archaeology, Rome 

1906 7; Member, Council of Hellenic Soc. Mayor of Scar- 
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Riding and Scarborough. 11, Royal Crescent, Scarborough. 
Dewhurst, Harry Sept., 1881— Dec, 1884 Mitre. 

s. of G. B. Dewhurst, Oughtrington Park, I.vmm, Cheshire, b. 

Feb. 27, 1866. XL 1883, 84. Asst. "Comdt., Remount 

Depot, 10/14; Lt.-Comdr. R.N.V.R. 4/17—12/18. M.P., 

Northwich 1918 — 22. Dale Ford, Sandiivav, Cheshire. 
Dewhurst, John Sparks Sept., 1881— July, 1882 Latham. 

s. of Henrv Dewhurst, Fartown, Huddersfield. b. June 24. 

1865. Donegal R.G.A. Capt. Asst. Off. i/c Records, M.G.C. 

and T.F. London, 1915—17. 42, Parkhill Rd., N.W.3. 
Dewhurst, Harold Sept., 1881— Apr., 1884 Latham. 

br. of the above, b. May 18, 1867. 
Dyer, Allen Hedley Sept., 1881— Dec, 1885 Cross. 

s. of W. Dyer, Overdale, Burton Rd., Derby, b. July 29, 1869. 

Farming. Wallers Hill, Binscarth, Manitoba, Canada. 
Falkner, Clinton Tuny Sept., 1881— July, 1883 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. T. Tully Falkner, Worthing, b. Sept. 5, 1866. d. in 

Canada, Feb. 22, 190S. 
Farrant, Percy Robert Sept., 1881— July, 1887 Latham. 

s. of R. Farrant, Cullompton Court, Devon, b. Apr. 25, 1868. 

Exh. XL 1884. 85, 86, Capt. 1887. F.XI. 1884, 85, Capt. 

1886. 1st Agg. !'. 1887. New Coll., Ox. Football Blue 

1888, 89, 90. 2nd CI. Law 1890. Asst. Master, Glenalmond 

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d. Sept. 4, 1921. 
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M.I.E.E. M.I.M.E. Past Pres. I.M.E.A. Gen. Man. and 

Fngineer, Corporation Electric Supply Dept. Sheffield. 29, 

R tin moor Rd., Sheffield. 
Feetham, Mark Sept ., 1881 -July, 1SS4 Latham. 

s. of J. Feetham, Wbinfield, Darlington, b. Aug. 7, 1867. 

M.I.M.E., M.I.E.E. Sup. Engineer, London Electric Supply 

Corp., Deptford. 56, West Park, EUham. 
Finney, Tom Sept.. 1881 — July, 1883 G.P.C. 

s. of Mrs. Finney, Biggin Grange, Ashbourne, b. Jan. 3, 1868. 

Farmer, d. at Bakewell, July 10, 1915. 
Gordon, Colin Sept., 1881— Apr., 1884 Latham. 

s. of W. F. Gordon, Lichfield, b. Jan. 4, 1807. Edin. Univ. 

M.B. and CM., with Honours and various Medals 1889. Capt. 

R.A.M.C. 1915—19. Beau Desert, St. Saviours, Jersey. 
Graham, Alexander Graham Sept., 1881 -July, 1883 Brook. 

s. of W. Graham, Emmer Green, Caversham. b. Aug. 17, 1867. 

Ranching in Kansas. 25, Brunswick Gardens, IF. 
Higginson, John Wigmore Sept., 1881— Apr., 1884 Hall. 

s. of John Higginson, J. P., Leicester. b. Dec. 3, 1866. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Resident licensee, Hayes Park, Hayes, 

Middlesex. 



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Higginson, George Sept., 1881— July, 1886 Hall. 

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Camb., B.A. 1889. L.S.A. 1893. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P 1895. 

Brit. Red Cross in Serbia 1914 ; Capt. R.A.M.C. (T.F.) Egypt 

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House, Church Stretton, Salop. 
Hinshaw, Harry Hamilton Sept., 1881 — July, 1884 Cross. 

s. of John Hinshaw, Balgreen House, Lanarks. b. Dec. 14, 

1867. Kinsman's Corner, King's County, Nova Scotia. 
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s. of Rev. F. Hoare. b. Apr. 17, 1866. F.XI. 1883. Christ's 

Coll., Camb. Football Blue 1885. d. Nov. 6, 1896. 
Hobbs, John Walford Sept., 1881— Dec, 1883 Orchard. 

s. of C. B. Hobbs, Tower Lea, Waterloo, Liverpool, b. June 3, 

18(H). Stockbroker. 19, Castle Street, Liverpool, and The 
.Garth, Neston, Cheshire. 
Hobbs, Rodolph Stanley Sept., 1881— July, 1884 Orchard. 

br. of the above, b. Apr. 15, 1868. Stockbroker. Tower Lea, 

Waterloo, and 19, Castle St., Liverpool. 
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Sch. 1883. A.R.I.B.A. 1900. Temp. I.O.W. and Lt. S.R.E.S. ; 

Asst. D.O.R.E., Bedford 3/16, Norwich 9/16. Capt. 1919. 

Dudswell Rise, nr. Berkhampstead, Herts. 
Houston, Charles Blakiston- Sept., 1881 — Apr, 1885 Cross. 

s. of J. Blakiston-Houston, Orangefield, Belfast, b. Aug. 31, 

1867. R.A.S.C, Ulster Div., 1914—18; Maj. 12/15. O.C. 

Reserve Park ; France, Despatches. J. P. Co. Down. Moyode, 

Bloomfield, Belfast. 
Jackson, Bernard Sept., 1881 — July, 1883 Priory. 

s. of Mrs. Jackson, Bramhope Pool, York. b. Apr. 27, 1867. 
Jackson, Harold Ringrose Sept., 1881— July, 1884 Hall. 

s. of B. B. Jackson, Thearne Hall, Beverley, b. Apr. 17, 1867. 

Solicitor. Coroner for Holderncss ; Steward of the Seigniory 

of Holderness and demesne Manors. 6, Parliament St., Hull, 

and The Nook, 3, Park Row, Hornsea. 
Keane, Frederick Colpoys Sept., 1881 — July, 1883 Hall. 

s. of M. Keane, Beech Park, Ennis. b.Mar. 11, 1868. Car- 
marthen Artill. Mil. 1888—97. S.A. War, served with Clare 

Artill. Mil. Capt. Embarkation Staff Officer 1915—20. 

73, Goldington Avenue, Bedford. 
Kinahan, John Sept., 1881 — Dec, 1882 Cross. 

s. of F. Kinahan, Low Wood, Belfast, b. Apr. 6, 1866. Hon. 

Dir., The Soldiers' Christian Association, France 1914 — 19. 

O.B.E. 1918. Jun. Constitutional Club, Piccadilly, W.J. 
Kinahan, James Sept., 1881— July, 1883 Cross. 

br. of the above, b. July 7, 1867. R. Irish Regt. Lt. d. May 

27, 1889. 
Levy, Frank Sept., 1881— Dec, 1883 Cross. 

s. of D. Levy. b. Feb. 22, 1867. I.C.S. d. at Mangalore, 

Oct. 20, 1894. 
Livingston, William James Sept., 1881— July, 1884 G.P.C. 

and Priory. 

s. of James Livingston, Isleworth. b. May 31, 1867. XI. 

1884. Iron merchant, d. Feb. 10, 1908. 
Lord, George Sept., 1881— Apr., 1885 Brook. 

s. of G. Lord, Prestwich. b. June 22, 1867. Knulsford, Cheshire. 
May, John Edward Sept., 1881 — July, 1883 Priorv. 

s. of J. A. May, Brooklands, Congleton. b. Dec. 29, 1866. 

Mt. Tolnie P.O., Victoria, B.C. 



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Mercer, Henry Ord Sept., 1881— July, 1883 Cross. 

s. of Major A. H H Mercer, 89th Foot. b. Nov. 9, 1866. 
Journalist. . 

Muir, James Sept., 1881 — Dec, 1883 Cross, 

s. of J. Muir, C.E., London, b. Mar. 7, 1868. Prof., R.A.C., 
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Kent. 

Rice, Arthur Cracrott Sept., 1881— Dec, 1882 Hall, 

s. of C. Rice, Boston, b. Mar. 14, 1868. Gonv. and Caius Coll., 
Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1890. H.O. Tywardreath Vic. 
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Savlll, Armine John Marriott Sept., 1881 — July, 1883 Priorv. 
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3rd Essex Regt., Capt., retired 1891. 14th Sherwood Foresters 
10/14, Major, Record Office, Labour Corps, Nottingham 1917 — 
19. Broad Oak, Gt. Finborough, Stowmarket, Suffolk. 

Serjeant, Farel Viret Calvin Sept., 1881— Oct., 1887 Hall. 

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St. John's Coll., Camb., sizar. B.A., 3rd CI. Class. Pt. L, 1890. 
Formerly Asst. Master, Wellington Prep. Sch. ; Manchester Gr. 
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Shaw, Francis Sept., 1881— July, 1882 Home B. 

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Pemb. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1889. M.A. 1893. R. of Cadeby, 
Nuneaton 1897—1913. Roughton Red., Woodhall Spa. 

Tennant, Robert Henry Sept., 1881— July, 1885 Latham. 

s. of Robert J. Tennant, Southbourne, Sheffield, b. Oct. 10, 1868. 

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1888. R.A. Capt. d. Nov. 18, 1897. 

Tylden- Wright, Edward William Egerton 

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s. of C. Tylden-Wright, Mapperiey Hall, Nottingham, b. May 
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Ward, William Henry Sept., 1881— July, 1884 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. W. S. Ward. b. Sept. 13, 1865. Leaving Exh. 
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R.T.O., Italy, 1917—19. Author, " French Chateaux and 
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Bedford Sq., W.C.I, and Colne House, Tver, Bucks. 

Watts, Charles John Manning Sept., 1881— Dec, 1883 Cross, 
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10, 1866. Served with Roberts' Horse in S.A. War. Farming. 
Waimauku, Kaipara Line, Auckland, N.Z. 

Winslow, Herbert Pinckney Sept., 1881— July, 1886 Latham, 
s. of T. E. Winslow, Q.C b. Jan. 6, 1868. Gonv. and Caius 



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Coll., Camb. B.A. 1890. Engineer. Shanghai-Nanking Ry., 
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s. of P. Blakelock, Herringthorpe, Rotherham. b. Jan. 28, 
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Carlisle, Leonard Alston Jan., 1882— July, 1885 Brook, 

s. of J. Carlisle, Bowdon. b. Apr. 11, 1867. Brook House, 
Marchington, Stafford. 

Crawford, Arthur Henry Jan., 1882— July, 1884 Orchard, 

s. of W. Crawford, Ardnalee, Craigavad, Co. Down. b. Dec. 4, 

1867. R. Ulster Yacht Club, Bangor, Co. Down. 

Francis, Walter Jan., 1882— July, 1886 Cross. 

s. of C. W. Francis, Southchurch, Southend, b. Apr. 10, 1869. 

I.C.S. C.C.C., Ox. 1888. I.C.S. 1890—1915. Warley, The 

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s. of Maj. Gibsone, Redcross Lodge, Leamington, b. July 6, 

1868. F.S. R.A.C., Cirencester. Farming. Church St., Feil- 
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Hawksley, John Downes Jan., 1882 — July, 1886 Cross. 

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Camb. B.A. 1900. Beds. Cricket XL 1891—94, 1902, 03. 

Asst. Master, Wilson's Grammar School, Camberwell, S.E.6. 
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s. of C. Heath, Taranaki, New Zealand, b. July 4, 1868. F.X1. 

1886. Supt. of Insurance and Fire Coramr. for Prov. of Mani- 
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s. of A. Jupp, Intheray, Maidenhead, b. Oct. 25, 1867. 3rd 

E. Lan. Regt. ; S.A. War, 1900—02, Despatches, Queen's 

Medal (2 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps) ; Great War lyl4-lit, 

France with 9th N. Lan. Regt. 1915, O.B.E.; Lt.-Col. Res. 

of Off. Thatched House Club, St. James's St., S.W.I. 
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s. of H. Kelsey, Riseden, Wadhurst. b. Mar. 30, 1868. XI. 

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A.M.I.C.E. District engineer, Bengal Nagpur Ry. c\o King, 

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Trin. Coll., Camb. LL.B. 1888. Solicitor. Oundle, Northants. 
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s. of the late Capt. F. J. Parry, H.M. Inspector of Constabulary. 

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s. of W. Peed, Manor House, Histon. b. May 2, 1868. Pemb. 



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Coll., Camb. B.A. 1889. M.A. 1893. Solicitor. Sergt. 

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Ch. Ch., and Ball. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1887. Iron master. The 

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Camb. B.A. 1887. d. in America, Jan. 21, 1901. 
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s. of Sir Abraham Woodiwiss, The Pastures, Derby. b. Aug. 1, 

1867. Graveleys, Gt. Waltham, Chelmsford. 
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afterwards Arnall- Thompson, s. of J. Arnall, Priory Lodge, 

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Solicitor. 29, Horsefair St., Leicester. 
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br. of the above, b. July 15, 1867. Threw Cricket ball 118 yds. 

2 ft. 3 in., School Sports 1884. Land agent, d. Aug. 4, 1912. 
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s. of J. Borough, The Cedars, Belper. b. Nov. 2, 1869. F.S. 

Pemb. Coll., Ox. B.A., 4th CI. Law, 1890. M.A. 1894. Bar, 

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Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb., Sch. 1891. B.A., 1st CI. Nat. 

Sci. Asst. Curator. Herbarium, Camb. Walsingham Medal, 

Botanical Essay 1894. Asst. Reporter on economic products 

to Govt, of India, 1901—12. Director of Gardens, Straits 

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s. of Capt. Cartwright. b. Nov. 12, 1869. Went to Haileybury 

Coll. S.A. Police Force. Major. Commandant of Police, 

Zanzibar, d. Dec, 1919. 
Glark, James Chalmers Apr., 1882 — July, 1885 Latham. 

s. of G. Clark, Ashbrooke Tower, Sunderland, b. Mar. 28, 1868. 

Engine builder. 14, Rowlandson Terrace, Sunderland. 
Elkington, Hyla Garrett Apr., 1882 — July, 1882 Cross. 

s. of H. Elkington, Edgbaston. b. Nov. 3, 1867. Went to 

Bradfield Coll. Emm. Coll., Camb. 
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s. of Charles Pearson Elliott, I.C.S. b. Aug. 4, 1867. Land 

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Notts. 
Garthorne, Percy Apr., 1882 — Dec, 1883 Hall. 

s. of C. H. Garthorne, Hull. b. Oct. 20, 1867. 
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s. of E. Hyde Greg, D.L., Cheshire, b. Nov. 2, 1867. Capt. 

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J. P., Co. Chester. Junior Army and Navy Club, Whitehall, 

S.W., and Oak Cottage, Sty all, Cheshire. 



100 huckin L882 



Hollis, George Arthur ^.pr., 1882— Dec, 1884 Cross. 

s. of H. W. Holhs. Butterley Car. Ripley, b. Apr. 17, 1868 

Keble Coll., Ox. Liddon Student. B.A., 1st CI. Theol.. 1892. 

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Mexico, cjo Dr. G. B. Morgan, 3, The Elms, Sunderland. 
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East India Merchant. The Beeches, Southfields, S.W. 
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s. of Charles Stubbs, Burston Hall, Stone, b. May 20, 1868. 

Solicitor. Burston Hall, Stone, Staffs. 
Sykes, Alan Apr., 1882 — Apr., 1884 Priory. 

s. of A. W. Sykes, Cookridge Tower, Leeds, b. Feb. 23, 1868. 

XL 1883. Farming, d. June 5, 1914. 
Temple, James Herbert Apr., 1882— Dec, 1884 Orchard. 

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I.C.S. 1886. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A., 1st CI. Law, 1889. d. 

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JOHNSON, Acting Headmaster, 1882. 

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F.XL, Capt. 1885. R.A. India, retired invalided. Cotswold 

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2 Medals (3 Clasps). Capt., retired. Solicitor, d. Oct. 27, 

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Bracewell, Percy Eltoft Sept., 1882— July, 1883 Orchard. 

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Member, King's Body Guard for Scotland. J. P. Advocate. 
Cumbernauld, Dumbartons. 



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Flower, Ralph Wickham Sept., 1882— Mar., 1884 Hall. 

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s. of W. R. R. Gemmell, Meadow Brow, Alderley Edge. b. 

Aug. 12, 1868. Quarry Side, Whaley Bridge. 
Goddard, Francis Ambrose D'Oyly Sept., 1882— Dec, 1884 Priory. 

s. of Rev. F. A. Goddard. b. Oct. 29, 1868. R. Munster Fus. 

1888. Tirah Exp., 1897—98, Medal (2 Clasps) ; S.A. War, 

1902, Medal (2 Clasps). Major 1907, retired 1908. Re-called 

for service 1914 — 19 ; France, 1914 Star, Despatches twice ; 

O.B.E. ; Lt.-Col. 45, Warwick Rd., Earl's Court, S.W.5. 
Head, George Herbert Sept., 1882— July, 1888 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. Canon Head. b. Apr. 13, 1869. Exh. Pemb. Coll., 

Camb., Sch. 1889. B.A., 2nd CI. Class. Pt. I., 1891. M.A. 

1904. Bar, Inner Temple. County Court Judge, Hull, 1922 

3, Elm Ct.. Temple, E.C.4, and New University Club, St. James' 

St., S.W.2. 
Heywood, Richard Sept., 1882— July, 1884 Brook. 

s. of Arthur Heywood, Liverpool, b. Nov. 21, 1868. Jesus 

Coll., Camb. 1888. Lt. 3rd Norfolk Vol. Regt. 1914-18, and 

Special Constable, J. P. Norfolk. Penlney House, Narborough, 

Norfolk. 
Hollebone, Herbert William Sept., 1882 — Dec, 1885 Latham. 

s. of W. J. Hollebone, Lynwood, Putney Hill, S.W. b. Jan. 16, 

1868. F.R.G.S. Merchant. 85, Westbourne Terrace, Hyde 

Park, W.2. 
Hopwood, John Rowland Sept., 1882— July. 1887 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. Canon Hopwood. b. Sept. 28, 1868. 1st CI. Honours 

Final Law Exam. 1893. Solicitor. 13, South Sq., Gray's Inn, 

W.C.I, and Ingledene, Northwood, Middx. 
Jackson, John Richard Sept., 1882 — July, 1885 Orchard. 

s. of J. Jackson, Wilbury Rocks, Eastbourne, b. Aug. 11, 

1867. XL 1884, 85. d. Feb. 17, 1896. 

Jardine, Alexander Sept., 1882— June, 1886 Hall, 

s. of Sir Alexander Jardine, Bart., of Applegirth. b. Aug. 1, 

1868. XL 1885, 86. F.XI. 1885. Succeeded bro. as 10th 
Bart. 1915. Beechgrove, Annan, N.B. 

Kirk, John Herbert Sept., 1882— Apr., 1885 Orchard. 

s. of G. Kirk, Almondbury, Huddersfield. b. Nov. 11, 1868. 

d. at Kilmun, N.B., Dec. 9, 1901. 
Lockhart, Thomas Frank Sept., 1882 — Dec, 1884 Mitre. 

s. of Lt.-Col. T. Lockhart. b. Aug. 5, 1869. Oxford Military 

Coll. 3rd E. Kent Regt. 1889. Late K.O. Hussars, d. June 

16, 1908. 
Luxmoore, William Cyril Sept., 1882— July, 1888 Latham. 

s. of Rev. J. R. Luxmoore. b. July 13, 1871. Keble Coll., Ox. 

B.A. 1893. M.A. 1897. HO. C.F. (T.F.). 1914—19. Curate. 

1920,157. Wilfrids, Harrogate. 
Maiden, William Ernest Pelham Sept.. 1882 — Dec, 1886 Brook. 

s. of Rev. C. Maiden, b. July 14, 1868. Trin. Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1892. V. of Croxton Kerrial 1904—14. H.O. The 

Croft, Seal, Sevenoaks. 



102 JOHNSON 1882 

Murray, Rodney Montolieu Sept., 1882 — Apr., 1887 Hall. 

s. of F. R. Murray, Walton, Ipswich, b. June 22, 1869. d. 

May 19, 1900. 
Pechey, William Primrose Sept., 1882 — Apr., 1886 Brook. 

s. of J. T. P. Pechey, Leytonstone. b. Oct. 1, 1869. Late Gen. 

Manager, Bombay, Baroda and Central India Ry. Hotne- 

leigh, Tonbridge, Kent. 
Phillips, John Henley Shawe Sept., 1882— Apr., 1885 Priory. 

s. of T- S. Phillips, Culham House, Abingdon, b. Apr. 16, 1867. 

A.M.I.E.E. R.E. (T.F.) ; Major 1910; Great War, Despatches. 

d. Sept. 28, 1919. 
Ramsden, Frederick Frank Sept., 1882 — Julv, 1884 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. F. J. Ramsden. b. Dec. 8, 1867." W. Riding Divl. 

Train A.S.C. (T.F.) ; Major 1914 ; T.F. Res. 
Rltson, George Spark Sept., 1882— Apr., 1885 Hall. 

s. of H. Ritson, Sea View, Sunderland, b. June 7, 1867. 

S.A. War, Medal (5 Clasps). Solicitor. Market Buildings, 

Fordsburg, Johannesburg. 
Rltson, Cecil Spark Sept., 1882— June, 1885 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Aug. 8, 1868. Late Major, 2nd Durham 

R.G.A. Solicitor, d. May 29, 1914. 
Rowland, Frank Mortimer Sept., 1882 — July, 1885 Cross. 

s. of W. S. Rowland, Wolverhampton, b. Apr. 19, 1866. 

Conv. and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Nat. Sci., 1888. 

M.B., B.Ch. 1891. M.R.C.S., FRCP. M.D. 1897. County 

lion. Treas. and Asst. County Dir., Staffs. Branch, B.R.C.S. 

Med. Ref., M. of P. C.B.E. 1920. 20, St. John St., Lichfield. 
Salmon, George Arthur Thomas Sept., 1882- -July, 1887 Brook. 

s. of G. Salmon, Highneld, Stevenage, b. Sept. 21, 1869. 

F.XI. 1886. XL 1887. Sportsman's Bn., France 1915. 
Smith, Robert Sherbourne Murray Sept. .1882 — Apr.,1884 Priorv. 

s. of R. Murray Smith, C.M.G., O.K. b. Oct. 20, 1865. Oriel 

Coll., Ox. d. at Oxford, Nov. 17, 1886. 
Taylor, Windham Staveley Sept., 1882 — Dec, 1885 Orchard. 

s. of Staveley Taylor, Oaklands, Grassendale. b. May 12, 1869. 

Merchant, d. June 7, 1906. 
Tomlinson, Robert George Sept., 1882— July, 1888 Priory. 

s. of the late H. G. Tomlinson, O.R. b. Mar. 30, 1869. XL 

1888. Magd. Coll., Ox. 2nd CI. Mods. B.A. 1891. Brewer. 

Kensington Rd., Winshill, Btirton-on-Trent. 
Wheeldon, George Augustus Sept., 1882 — Dec, 1884 Priory. 

s. of G. Wheeldon, Parkfield House, Derby, b. Aug. 13, 1868. 

Maltster. 16, Highfield Rd., Derby. 
Wlllett, Basil Wickham Sept., 1882— July, 1888 Hall. 

s. of L. E. Willett, Thorpe, Norwich, b. Apr. 2, 1869. Magd. 

Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Mod. Hist., 1893. Dir., John Lane, 

The Bodley Head Ltd., 117, Biddulph Mansions, Elgin Avenue, 

W.9. 
Marsh, Ernest John Nov., 1882— July, 1886 Orchard 

s. of J. W. Marsh, East India Rd., E. b. Apr. 10, 1867. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A., Jun. Opt., 1889. M.A. 1892. Solicitor. 

71, East India Rd., E.U. 

FURNEAUX, Headmaster, 1882-1900. 

Adamson, Alfred Henry Jan., 1883 — Dec, 1884 Latham, 

s. of H. A. Adamson, Tynemouth. b. Mar. 8, 1868. Ship- 
broker, d. Nov. 10, 1914. 

Agar, Willoughby Francis Jan., 1883 — Dec, 1886 Cross. 

s. of S. H. Agar, Henley-in-Arden. b. Dec. 31, 18fi8. XI. 1885. 
86. d. Sept. 8, 1887. 



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Badham, Norman Jan., 1883 — Dec, 1885 G.P.C. and Orchard. 

s. of G. C. Badham, Moseley. b. Jan. 14, 1867. Solicitor. 37, 

Temple Row, Birmingham. 
Barker, Richard Raine Jan., 1883 — July, 1887 Brook. 

s. of H. R. Barker, Hathaways, Harrow, b. May 29, 1869. 

F.XI. 1886. Engineer and Manager, Bromley Electric Light 

Co. 21, London Lane, Bromley, Kent. 
Cobb, Charles Edward Jan.. 1883 — Apr., 1886 Hall. 

s. of W. H. Cobb, Clifton, York. b. Sept. 16, 1870. E. Yorks. 

Regt. 1891. Tirah Exp., 1897—98, Medal (2 Clasps) ; S.A. 

War, 1900—02, Despatches, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's 

Medal (2 Clasps). Capt. 1899. Res. of Off. c/o Cox 6* Co. 

16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Cotton, Rowland Charles Hugh Jan., 1883 — July, 1886 Cross. 

s. of R. Cotton, Etwall Hall, Derby, b. June 10, 1869. Drowned 

in Galway Bay, Mar. 14, 1894. 
Crossley, Leonard Jan., 1883 — July, 1887 Orchard. 

s. of J. Crossley, Beachwood, Arnside. b. Mar. 2, 1869. Edin. 

Univ. M.B., Ch. B. 1900. M.D. 1903. County Tuberc. Offr. 

for Wilts. Burghope, Winsley, Bradford-on-Avon. 
Deakin, George Jan., 1883 — Apr., 1885 Orchard. 

s. of the late J. B. Deakin. b. Nov. 14, 1868. Engineer. 

Stirkfonlein, Northfields, Bloemfontein, S. Africa. 
Fernie, Walter Kerr Jan., 1883 — July, 1887 Priory. 

s. of D. Fernie, Warrenside, Blundellsands. b. Oct. 16, 1868. 

XI. 1886, 87. F.XI. 1885, 86. Clare Coll., Camb. Football 

Blue. B.A., 3rd CI. Law, 1889. Cotton merchant. Stanacres, 

Thornton Hough, Cheshire. 
Leigh, James Hamilton Jan., 1883 — July, 1886 Brook. 

s. of J. Leigh, Manor House, Brinnington, Stockport, b. Dec. 

31, 1867. Capt. 4th Cameron Highrs. (retired). Gen. Staff. 

S. Command 1915 — 17. F.L.S., F.Z.S. Bindon, Wellington, 

Som. 
Melrose, John Jan., 1883 — July, 1888 Mitre. 

s. of J. Melrose, Clifton Croft, York. b. Mar. 30, 1870. Pemb. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1891. M.A. 1894. Mil. Rep. on Tribunals 

1916—18. Holgate Hill, York. 
Montgomery, John Willoughby Verner 

Jan., 1883— July, 1884 Orchard. 

s. of Capt. A. N. Montgomery, J.P. b. May 18, 1867. Capt. of 

Mid-Illovo C.C. for 15 years. Natal Carbineers, S.A. War, 

1899 — 1902, Despatches, Queen's and King's Medals (6 Clasps). 

O.C., D. Sqn. Natal Carbineers, Native Reb. 1906, H.E. Gov's. 

escort, Zululand 1908. O.C. 1st Natal Carbineers, German 

S. W. Africa, 1914 — 15, Despatches, C.M.G. Formed and com- 
manded 10th S.A. Infy., German E. Africa, Despatches, D.S.O., 

V.D. Lt.-Col. Res. of Off. Farming. Ismont, Mid-Illovo, 

Natal. 
Parker, Geoffrey Augustus Mayow Jan., 1883 — July, 1888 Hall. 

s. of Lt.-Col. W. Parker, b. Nov. 26, 1868. Mining, c/o 

Senores A Izamora, Palacio & Cie, Baranquila, Rep. of Columbia, 

S. America. 
Pochin, Clement Thomas Parkyns Jan., 1883 — July, 1886 Orchard. 

s. of Capt. R. G. Pochin. b. Feb. 8, 1868. Downton Coll. of 
Agric. S.A. War, joined Paget's Horse, Imp. Yeo. Killed in 
action at Faber's Put, Griqualand West, May 30, 1900. 
Pochin, Edward Carlyon Jan., 1883— July, 1886 Orchard, 

br. of the above, b. Apr. 12, 1869. XI. 1886. Gonv. and 
Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1892. Asst. Master, Derby Sch. 



104 FUBNEAUX 1883 



1892—1905. Joint Headmaster, Seafield Sen., Lytham 1905- 
d. Aug. 13, 1917. 

Sharman, Harry Jan., 1883— July, 1884 Hall, 

s. of Eric Rudd Sharman, Liverpool, b. Dec. 20, 1869. Estate 
agent. 20, Hill Rd., Si. John's Wood, N.W.8. 

Smith, John Herbert Jan., 1883— July, 1887 Brook, 

s. of W. R. Smith, J. P., Clifton House, Ashbourne, b. Sept. 5, 
1868. XI. 1887. F.XI. 1885, 86. New Coll., Ox. B.A., 2nd 
CI. Mod. Hist., 1890. Solicitor, retired. Chn., Ashbourne 
rural Tribunal 1916 — 18. J. P. Clifton Hall, Ashbourne, 
Derbys. 

Uniackei Robie Fitzgerald Jan., 1883 — July, 1883 Brook, 

s. of Rev. R. F. Uniacke. b. June 8, 1869. R. Innis. Fus. 1891. 
Graduated, Staff Coll. 1902. Brig.-Maj., Inf. Brig., Malta 
1904 — 08. Lt.-Col. 1914; France, Despatches twice ; acciden- 
tally killed at the Front, May 27, 1915. 

Williams, Henry Frederick Bold Jan., 1883— Apr., 1887 Mitre, 
s. of B. Williams, M.D., Llandudno, b. Apr. 3, 1869. Gonv. 
and Caius Coll., Camb. B. A. 1890. M.B., B.Ch. 1895. Moran- 
nedd, Llandudno. 

Windley, Henry Chadwick Jan., 1883— July, 1885 Priory, 

s. of W. Windley, Fernleigh House, Nottingham, b. Feb. 7, 
1870. Studied in Germany. King's Coll., Camb. 1891. B.A., 
3rd CI. Hist., 1894. M.A. 1898. Architect. 13, Cricklade St., 
Cirencester. 

Wood, Thomas Henry Jan., 1883— Dec, 1887 Latham, 

s. of the late G. Swinford Wood, Bodlondeb, Conway, b. May 
8, 1869. Henry Wood & Co., contractors to R.N., Saltney, 
Chester. Late Maor 1st Chesh. R.G.A. Vol. Hyfrydle, 
Russell Rd., Rhyl. 

Bleackley, Horace William Apr., 1883— Dec, 1884 Hall, 

s. of W. Bleackley, Prestwich. b. Jan. 19, 1868. Univ. Coll., 
Ox. 1887. B.A., 2nd CI. Mod. Hist., 1890. M.A. 1897. Author 
" The Story of a Beautiful Duchess," " Ladies Fair and Frail," 
" Life of John Wilkes." 19, -Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park, 
N.W.I. 

Calthrop, Hugh Calthrop Apr., 1883 — Apr., 1886 Hall, 

s. of C. J. Calthrop, Horkstow Hall. b. Aug. 17, 1868. Farming. 
Horkstow Hall, Barlon-on-Humber. 

Cave, Genille Cave-Browne- Apr. 1883— Oct., 1883 Hall, 

s. of Sir Mylles Cave-Browne-Cave, Bart. b. Sept. 3, 1869. 
Succeeded his father as 12th Bart. 1907. Formerly Capt. 
Legion of Frontiersmen ; Boxer Exped. 1900 ; Spanish- 
American War 1898; Gunr. R.G.A. 1918, B.E.F. H.O. 
1920. Chaplain to Legion of Frontiersmen 1921. C. of Holy 
Trinity, Brompton. The Vestry, Brompton Parish Church, 
S.W.7. 

Gradock, Alfred Joseph Apr. 1883— July 1885 Hall, 

s. of J. Cradock, J. P., Mayfield, Stockton-on-Tees. b. May 12, 
1868. Coopers Hill, passed out 19th 1889. Accidentally shot, 
Aug. 8, 1889 

Dewhurst, Gerard Powys Apr. 1883- July 1890 Mitre. 

s. of G. B. Dewhurst, Oughtrington Park, Lymm. b. Feb. 14, 
1872. F.XI. 1888, 89. Trin. Coll., Camb. Football Blue 
1892, 93, 94. B.A. 1894. Assoc. International 1894. 2nd 
Lt. Ches. Yeo. 1914; Despatches; Capt. T.F. Res., 1918 
Cotton merchant. Bodidris, Llandegla, Wrexham. 

Dodson, Edward Apr. 1883 — July 1883 Orchard, 

s. of Mrs. Dodson, Rutledge, Sheffield, b. Sept. 18, JHtiT. d. 
Nov. 22, 1883. 



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Elliott, Evelyn Henry Venn Apr. 1883— July, 1888 Brook. 

s. of Rev. Canon C. J. Elliott, b. Feb. 21, 1869. Pemb. Coll., 

Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Class. Pt. I., 1891. Headmaster, Prep. 

Sch. Braidlea, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. 
Fison, Edmund Towers Apr. 1883— July, 1888 Mitre. 

s. of C. H. Fison, The King's House, Thetford. b. Nov. 13, 

1869. C.C.C., Camb. Colquhoun Sculls 1889. Camb. Boat 

1890, 91, 92. B.A. 1891. St. George's Hosp., Sch. 1892. 

B.Ch. M.D. Surg. Salisbury Infirm. Capt. R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 

1909. O.B.E. 2, St. John's Street, Salisbury. 
Forbes, Edward Archibald Apr. 1883— Apr., 1888 Hall. 

s. of G. E. Forbes, Craiglockhart, Slateford. b. June 2, 1869. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Mor. Sci., 1891. M.A. 1894. 

Won " The Ladies," Henley 1892. Trinity Pairs and Sculls 

1893. R. of St. Oswald's, Parkside, Australia 1903—09. R. 

of St. Mary's, Hamilton, 1910; T.C.F. 1915—16, France; 

Canon of St. Mary's, Glasgow, 1922. The Rectory, Hamilton, 

N.B. 
Forman, Michael Ernest Apr. 1883— July, 1886 Orchard. 

s. of the late T. B. Forman, Abbot's Hill, Derby, b. Jan. 29, 

1869. Formerly Stock breeder. Box 143, Jacksonville, 
Oregon, U.S. A 

Hazledine, William Clough Apr., 1883— July, 1889 Latham, 
s. of J. R. L. Hazledine, Pendyffryn, Llandudno, b. Mar. 30, 

1870. Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. 1892. M.A. 1896. Chichester 
Theol. Coll. H.O. Ash Vic, Whitchurch, Salop. 

Henderson, Gilbert Reginald Apr., 1883— July, 1888 Hall & Cross, 
s. of J. Henderson, Pietermaritzburg. b. May 26, 1870. Left 
for S. Africa, Dec, 1883. Re-admitted Apr., 1885. Coopers 
Hill. Surveyor, d. at Southampton, Feb. 28, 1899. 

Hewetson, Henry Apr., 1883— July, 1888 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Hewetson, Measham Vic, Atherstone. b. July 21, 
1869. F.XI. 1886, 87. R.A.M.C. 1896. D.P.H. 1903. Lt.- 
Col. 1915 ; France and Italy 1914 — 19, Despatches 3 times, 
D.S.O. ; Order of St. Anne (Russ.) 2nd CI. with Swords ; 
Officer, Crown of Italy. Col., retired 1921. Marshall Meadows, 
Berwick-on-Tweed. 

Hill, John George Apr., 1883— July, 1886 Latham, 

afterwards Cooke-Hill. s. of R. P. Hill, Goodrest, Malvern, 
b. July 20, 1869. Solicitor, d. Nov. 28, 1914. 

Jackson, Arthur Bayly Apr., 1883 — Apr., 1886 Mitre, 

s. of Mrs. Jackson, 28, Clarendon St., Londonderry, b. Aug. 4, 
1867. 

Kindersley, John Molesworth Apr., 1883— July, 1887 Hall, 

s. of Capt. Kindersley, Pencarrow, Sherborne, b. Nov. 24,, 
1868. Leaving Exh. Hert. Coll., Ox., Sch. 1886. 2nd CI. 
Mods. 1889. B.A., 3rd CI. Litt. Hum., 1891. Eastern Cadet- 
ship, 1st PL, Straits Settlements. Speen Croft, Newbury. 

Kindersley, Robert Molesworth Apr., 1883— July, 1887 Hall, 
br. of the above, b. Nov. 20, 1871. Stockbroker. Chn. 
Lazard Bros. & Co., Ltd. ; Dir. Bk. of England ; Govr. Hudsons 
Bay Company ; Pres., National Savings Cte. ; Lieut., City of 
London. K.B.E. 1917, G.B.E. 1920. Flaw Hatch, Sharp- 
thorne, Sussex, and 15, Charles St., Berkeley Sq., W.l. 

Lloyd, Howard Apr., 1883— July, 1887 Hall. 

s. of the late Howard Lloyd, Banker, Birmingham. b. Sept. 
27, 1868. Univ. Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Mod. Hist., * 1891. 
Solicitor. Farnhill, Whitchurch, Tavistock. 



106 FURNEAUX 1883 

Morris, Herbert Dale Apr., 1883 — July, 1886 Cross, 

s. of E. R. Morris, 61, Fitzjohn Avenue, Hampstead. b. Sept. 
8, 1868. Wolborough House, Newton Abbot. 
Newnham, Claude Heath Apr., 1883 — Apr., 1887 Cross. 

s. of W. H. Newnham, Mostyn, Weybridge. b. June 22, 
1868. Edin. Univ. Motor transport driver in France, with 
Australian Flying Corps, 1917 — 18. The Knoll, Lake Clifton, 
W. Australia. 
Pollard, Arthur Erskine St.Vincent Apr., 1883 — July, 1888 Hall, 
s. of Rear-Adm. E. J. Pollard, R.N. b. July 30, 1869. Oriel 
Coll., Ox. Border Regt. 1891. S.A. War, 1900—02, Queen's 
Medal (5 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps). Officer, Co. of Gent. 
Cadets, R.M.C. Sandhurst 1903. D.A.A.G. Burma Div. 1914— 
15 ; O.C. 1st Border Regt. Gallipoli and France 1915 — 16, 
Despatches, O.B.E. Lt.-Col., retired. Haynford, Sarlsdown 
Rd., Exmouth. 
Salt, Leonard Spencer Apr., 1883 — July, 1888 Mitre . 

s. of E. D. Salt, OR. b. July 15, 1869. XI. 1888. 1st Age. 
P. 1888. Pemb. Coll., Camb. Athl. Blue 1890. B.A., 3rd CI. 
Class. Pt. I., 1891. Brewer. Killed on Snowdon, Mar. 28, 
1910. 
Schwind, George Harold Apr., 1883 — July, 1888 Brook, 

s. of C. Schwind, Derby, b. June 7, 1869. XI. 1887, 88. 
F.XI. 1887. 1st Agg. P. 1888. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1891. 
J. P., Lines. Dembleby, Folkingham, Lines. 
Shakespear, John Apr., 1883 — Dec, 1884 Cross. 

s. of C. Shakespear, Langley Priory, Derby, b. Nov. 15, 1868. 
d. Sept., 1886. 
Sharp, Hugh Culliford Apr., 1883— July, 1886 Hall. 

s. of E. Sharp, M.D., Truro, b. May 20, 1868. F.XI. 1885. 
Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A., M.B., RCh. Sen. Surg., 
R. Cornwall Infirm. 18, Lemon St., Truro. 
Smith, Martin Linton Apr., 1883— July, 1888 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. J. A. Smith. b. July 4, 1869. Hert. Coll., Ox., Sch. 
1890. 2nd CI. Mods. B.A., 2nd CI. Litt. Hum., 1892. 2nd 
CI. Theol. 1893. M.A. 1895. D.D. 1913. R. of St. Nicholas, 
Colchester 1902 ; V. of St. Saviour's, Liverpool 1903 ; V. of St. 
Nicholas, Blundellsands 1906 — 17 ; Hon. Canon of Liverpool 
1915 ; T.C.F. 1915—17, D.S.O. R. of Winwick 1917—20 ; 
Bp. Suff. of Warrington 1918—20; Bp. of Hereford 1920. 
The Palace, Hereford. 
Wells, John George Percy Apr.. 1883 — Apr., 1886 Mitre. 

s. of John Wells, J.P., Goole. b. May 17, 1868. Wadh. Coll., 
Ox. 4th Yorks. L.I. Capt. and Hon. Major. Junior Carlton 
Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Garneys, Charles Sulyard May, 1883— July, 1885 Mitr<>. 

s. of William Garneys, Repton ; surgeon, b. Oct. 24, 1868. 
Farming. St. Andrews-bv-the-Sea, New Brunswick, Canada. 
Gould, Reginald Thomason May, 1883 — July, 1888 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. Joseph Gould, Repton Sch. b. Jan. 16, 1869. Trin. 
Coll., Camb., Exh. 1891. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1891. M.A. 
1895. Town Clerk, Glastonbury. Solicitor. Blenheim House, 
Glastonbury. 
Wilson, George Lindsay Mav. 1883— May, 1883 Hall. 

s. of W. Wilson, Australia, b. Apr. 27, 1868. Went to 
Brighton Coll. Univ. and Herts. Colls., Ox. Ox. XT. 1890, 91. 
B.A. 1892. 
Anderson, Gilbert' Ironside ' Sept., 1883 — Apr., 1886 Cross. 

s.*of Gen. D. G. Anderson, b. Dec. 8. 1868. R.M.L.I. Lt.- 
Col. 1917. 11, Lennox Rd. North, Southsea. 



1883 FURNEAUX 107 

Blain, Charles Francis Sept., 1883 — July, 1890 Priory. 

Afterwards Lane. s. of T. G. Blain. b. Apr. 7, 1872. XI. 

1889, 90. F.XI. 1889. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. Pte., 

C.E.F. 1914 ; 3rd R. Warwicks Regt., 1915 ; Lt. 1917 ; France. 
Bleackley, John Arthur Sept., 1883 — July, 1885 Brook. 

s. of W. Bleackley, Prestwich. b. Oct. 11, 1869. St. John's 

Coll., Ox. Special Constable and Munition work during war. 

Actor, and author, " The Art of Mimicing," and numerous 

plays. Hillside, The Ridgeway, nr. Woking, 
Bushby, Henry Napier Sept., 1883 — Dec, 1886 Hall, 

s. of T. A. Bushby, Formby, Liverpool, b. June 25, 1869. 

Agent of the R. Commn. of Sugar Supply 1914 — 21. 111. 

Cotton Exchange Buildings, Liverpool, and Torpenhow, Abbots' 

Pk., Chester. 
Cave, Clement Andrew Cave-Browne- Sept., 1883 July, 1888 Latham. 

s. of A. S. Cave-Browne-Cave. b. Aug. 7, 1871. Ranching in 

Canada, d. in England, Oct. 27, 1920. 
Clucas, George Frederick Sept., 1883 — Apr., 1888 G.P.C. 

s. of Rev. G. P. Clucas, Repton Sch. b. Jan. 11, 1870. Christ's 

Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Class. Pt. I., 1891. M.A. 1914. 

Bar, Line. Inn 1894. Manx Bar 1895. House of Keys, 

Speaker 1919. J. P. Cronkbourne, Isle of Man. 
Colvin-Smith, Harry Colvin Sept., 1883— July, 1885 Hall. 

s. of Surg. Gen. Sir C. Colvin-Smith, K.C.B. b. Aug. 26, 

1808. Associate, King's Coll., Lond. M.Inst.C.E. Res. 

Engineer, Gt. Central Ry. 1897—1900, Western Ry Havana 

1901, Benguella Ry. 1904. Port engineer, and British Vice- 
Consul, Mejillones, Chili 1907 — 09. Gen. Manager and Chief 

Engineer, Chilian Eastern Central Ry. 1910 — 17. Retired. 

The Firs, Ramsdell, Basingstoke. 
Cozens, Ernest Brooke Sept., 1883 — Apr., 1886 Orchard. 

afterwards Cozens -Brooke, s. of H. Cozens, Walsall, b. 

May 9, 1868. Wadh. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1892. 6, Collingham 

Rd., S.W.5.) 
Daw, Hugh Morgan Sept., 1883 — July, 1885 Brook. 

s. of E. Daw, Woodside, Godalming. b. May 22, 1870. d. in 

U.S.A. Feb. 25, 1916. 
Dobell, Arthur Edward Sept., 1883 — Dec, 1884 Priory. 

s. of G. C. Dobell, Formby Hall, Lanes, b. Oct 5, 1867. 45, 

Hawarden Avenue, Toxteth Park, Liverpool. 
Dunlop, Robert William Layard Sept., 1883 — Dec, 1886 Brook. 

s. of the late Rev. R. V. Dunlop. b. Aug. 18, 1869. Col. 

Bombay Vol. Rif. ; V.D. ; D.A.A. and Q.M.G. 1/16 ; Lt.-Col. 

(t) R.F.A. 6/15; France, Despatches; D.S.O. 1917. M.F.H., 

Bombay Hunt, 1906 — 13. Hon. A.D.C. to H. E. Gov. Bombay; 

Addl. Member, Bombay Legis. Council ; Solicitor to Govt., 

India. CLE. 1913. Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S.W.I. 
Evlll, Edward Stanley Sept., 1883— July, 1886 Cross. 

s. of W. Evill, 43, Gloster Gardens, Hyde Pk. b. Sept. 23, 1868. 

Standard Bank of S. Africa, Lorenzo Marquez, Delagoa Bay. 
Forbes, Henry Keith Sept., 1883 — Apr., 1888 Brook. 

s. of A. C. Forbes, Whitchurch, Reading, b. Mar. 2, 1870. 

A.M.I.C.E. Swanston House, Chudleigh, S. Devon. 
Foster, George Ralph Cunliffe Sept., 1883— Apr., 1887 Priory. 

s. of the late C. F. Foster, Pinehurst, Cambridge, b. Mar. 14, 

1869. Lt. Suffolk Yeo. 1914— 17. J. P. Anstey Hall, Trump- 

ington, Cambridge. 
Hlgginson, Ernest Edward Sept., 1883 — Dec, 1888 Hall. 

s. of John Higginson, J. P., Leicester, b. May 3, 1871. Horse 

breeding and farming, d. Dec. 24, 1913. 



108 FURNEAUX 1883 



Hoare, Augustus Reginald Sept., 1883 — Apr., 1889 Hall. 

s. of Rev. F. Hoare, Trin. Vic, Derby, b. Feb. 19, 1871. H.O. 

Missionary in Alaska, d. 
Hodgson, Cecil Ernest Cham pneys Sept., 1883 — July, 1889 Hall. 

s. of Rev. T. E. Hodgson, b. July 3, 1870. Lemon farming in 

California. 
Hopkins, Charles Hensley Sept., 1883— Apr., 1888 Hall. 

s. of T. Hopkins, Limber Grange, Lines, b. May 29, 1870. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. R.A.M.C. 1897. Soudan, 1898, Despatches, 

Queen's Medal. Khedive's Medal with Khartoum Clasp. 

Major 1909. Retired pay 1913. Pres. Recruiting Med. Bd. 

Wilts. 1915—16. Asst. to D.D.M.S., S. Comd. 1916—18, Home 

Despatches. M.O. i/c Depot Wilts. Regt. Ever shy, Devizes. 
Ingham, Henry Oxley Sept., 1883 — Dec, 1885 Latham. 

s. of the late S. Ingham, Headingley Hall, Leeds, b. Aug. 24, 

1868. Major, R.F.A. (T.F.), retired ; O.C., T.F. Depot 1914 — 

19. Life Gov., Leeds Univ. Jun. Carlton Club, and Augill, 

Brough, Westmorland. 
Kidd, Arthur Sept., 1883— Dec, 1886 Priory. 

s. of E. M. Kidd, Mount Vernon, Nottingham, b. Feb. 22, 

1871. Stockbroker. 
Knox, Stuart George Sept., 1883 — July, 1886 Hall. 

s. of Sir G. E. Knox, Allahabad High Court, b. Oct. 7, 1869. 

2nd Wilts. Regt. 1888; LA. 1890 ; Polit. Dept. 1894 ; Mekran 

1898, Despatches ; Polit. agent, Koweit, Persian Gulf 1904 — 09 ; 

CLE. 1909; Bar, Mid. Temple, 1910; Great War 1915—19, 

Despatches 3 times; C.S.I. 1917; Lt.-Col. 1914; Resident, 

Hyderabad 1921. The Residency, Hyderabad, Deccan, India. 
Lankester, Eric Allport Sept., 1883 — July, 1886 Mitre. 

s. of Arthur Lankester. b. Oct. 21, 1868. Gonv. and Caius 

Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Law, 1889. LL.B. H.A.C. (T.F.) ; 

Major 1916 ; France 1915, Despatches. Solicitor. 33, Chester 

Terrace, Regents' Park, N.W.I. 
Littlewood, Arthur Birkin Sept., 1883— Dec, 1886 Priory. 

s. of J. Littlewood, Upper College St., Nottingham, b. Feb. 

27, 1871. Solicitor. 3, Middle St. West, Beeston, Notts. 
Lloyd, John Herbert Purdon Sept., 1883 — Nov., 1883 Latham. 

s. of H. Lloyd, Montpelier House, Lansdowne Rd., Bath. b. 

Aug. 20, 1868. 
Milner, Edward Barry Sept., 1883— July, 1887 Hall. 

s. of H. E. Milner, Woodlawn, Dulwich Wood, S.E. b. Mar. 5, 

1871. B.E.F., France, 7/16—1/17 ; 2nd Lt. (*) R.A.S.C. 2/17 ; 

Lt. 8/18. c/o Sir C. R. McGrigor, Bart. & Co., 39, Panfon St., W. 
Moysey, Lewis Sept., 1883 — July, 1887 Cross. 

s. of J. Moysey, Leytonstone. b. July 9, 1869. Gonv. and 

Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1890. M.B., B.Ch. 1895. Lt. 

R.A.M.C. 1914; Capt. 1915. Drowned in sinking of Hosp. Ship 

" Glenart Castle," Feb. 26, 1918. 
Parton, Frederick John Sept., 1883 — Dec, 1887 Orchard. 

s. of J. Parton, Collamore, Tooting, b. May 22, 1869. F.XI. 

1886, Capt. 1887. Planter. Siddra Bunttoo, Koppa, Mysore 

Province, S. India. 
Perry, Harold Border Sept., 1883 — July, 1880 Cross. 

i \V. R. Perry, b. Aug. 16, 1869. Managing Dir. of Ltd. 

Co. Seabarrow, Grange-over-Sands. 
Preston, George Herbert Sept., 1883 — Dec, 1885 Brook. 

s. of J. W. Preston, Dalby Pk., Spilsby. b. Nov. 10, 1868. 

Secretary. 64, Kenihvorth Ave., Wimbledon Pk., S.W.19. 
Ren8haw,CharlesAdorpheKnowlea Sept., 1883 — July, 1888 Brook. 

s. of C. J. Renshaw, M.D. b. Mar. 12, 1870. Trin. Coll., Camb. 



1883 FURNEAUX 109 



B.A, 1892. M.A. 1896. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Edin. M.S. A. 

Lond. Freedom of the City 1905. Surgeon-Capt. 3rd V.B. 

Chesh. Regt. d. Mar. 17, 1913. 
Richardson, William Coates Sept., 1883— July, 1885 Cross. 

s. of E. V. Richardson, Dunmurry, Belfast, b. Feb. 2, 1869. 

Breeder of fancy fowls. Northlands, Holbrook, Horsham. 
Robson, Edgar Iliff Sept., 1883— Apr., 1888 Hall. 

s. of J. S. Robson, Roker, Sunderland, b. Mar. 24, 1871. 

Exh. 1883. Sch. 1886. Ormond Coll., Melbourne, Sch. 1888. 

1st CI. Class, and English, with Exhs. 1889. 1st CI. Gk. and 

Lat., with Exhs. 1891. 1st CI. Final Honour School, with Sch. 

1892. Wyselaskie Sch., Class, and Log., 1892. Christ's Coll., 

Camb., Sch. 1893. Browne Medal, Lat. Epig. 1st CI. Class. 

Pt. I., 1894. B.A., 1st CI. Pt. II., 1895. M.A. 1906. B.D. 

1914. Headmaster, St. Oswald's Coll., Ellesmere, 1903—07 ; 

Temp. VI. Form Master, Eton 1907 ; Felsted Sch. 1908—12. 

V. of Little Dunmow 1912. Lt. Mil. Intell., Bristol Channel 

and Italy, 1918—19. H.O. Felsted. 
Rum-nn, William Bernhard Sept., 1883 — Apr., 1887 Cross. 

s. of Rev. W. Rumann. b. Feb. 5, 1869. Jesus Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1891. M.A. 1896. Tutor, to T.R.H. the Infantes, 

Alfonso, and Luis d'Orleans. S. African Constab. 1900. Dist. 

Commr., S. Nigeria 1907. 63, St. James's Street, S.W.I. 
Schofield, George Arthur Sept., 1883 — July, 1886 Priory. 

s. of G. H. Schofield, Oaklands, Greenfield, b. Feb. 9, 1868. 

Capt. 9th W. Riding Regt., 1914—19. Cotton spinner. J. P., 

W. Riding. Riselev Hall, Wormald Green, Harrogate. 
Sharp, Ernest Walter ' Sept., 1883 — July, 1886 Cross. 

s. of T. E. Sharp, Brighton., b. Aug. 12, 1868. Manager 

Lloyds Bk. Ltd., Brighton. Shandon, Dyke Rd., Brighton. 
Spilsbury, Ashton Wilmot Sept., 1883— July, 1888 Hall. 

s. of Rev. B. W. Spilsbury, O.R., b. May 19, 1871. Clare 

Coll., Camb. Farming. Savary Island, B.C. 
Studley, William Chappel Sept., 1883— Apr., 1886 Hall. 

s. of J. S. Studley, Broadwindsor. b. Sept. 20, 1869. Broad- 
water, Beaminster, Dorset. 
Templer, Alfred Mason Sept., 1883— July, 1887 Hall. 

s. of Mrs. Templer, Fernleigh, Paignton, b. June 25, 1868. 

C.E. d. at Grahamstown, June 24, 1895. 
Tennant, Cecil Haworth Sept., 1883— Dec, 1884 Latham. 

s. of R. J. Tennant, Southbourne, Sheffield, b. Sept. 11, 1871. 

Exh. d. Oct. 30, 1895. 
Thompson, Cuthbert William Sept., 1883— July, 1885 Latham. 

s. of W. Thompson, b. Aug. 15, 1869. Stockbroker, Buenos 

Ayres. d. Sept., 1904. 
Thompson, William Robert Sept., 1883 — Julv, 1888 Hall. 

s. of Rev. G. Thompson, b. Sept. 28, 1869. Trim Coll., Ox. 

B.A., 3rd CI. Jurisp., 1891. Solicitor, Tonbridge. Jordan 

Cottage, Church Rd., Tunbridge Wells. 
Tonge, Arthur William Sept., 1883— July, 1888 Mitre. 

s. of the late Rev. G. Tonge. b. Oct. 9, 1869. Exh. Leaving 

Exh. B.N.C., Ox. Sch. Hulmeian Exh. 1st CI. Class. 

Mods. 1890. B.A., 2nd CI. Litt. Hum., 1892. M.A. 1898. 

Asst. Master, Eastbourne Coll. 1895. T.K.S. Parramatta 1898. 

Chaplain, Melbourne Gr. Sch. 1906. Headmaster, Trinity 

Gr. Sch. Kew 1911. T.C.F. with A.I.F. 1917. Asst. Master, 

Guildford Gr. Sch. 1920, Ivanhoe Gr. Sch. Victoria 1922. H.O. 

804, Malvern Rd., Armadale, Victoria, and Anglesea River, vid 

Geelong. 



110 FURNEAUX 1883 

Wadsworth, Vernon Martin Sept., 1883— Apr., 1884 Orchard. 

ward of Mrs. Martin, Victoria Mansions, Westminster, b. June 

7. 1871. 
Warden, George Fenwick Sept., 1883— Apr., 1887 Mitre. 

s. of Lt.-Col. Warden, b. Mar. 3, 1869. 
Wlnslow, Gilbert Sept., 1883 — July, 1888 Latham. 

s. of T. E. Winslow, Q.C. b. Apr. 14, 1870. F.XI. 1887. 

Clare Coll., Carnb. B.A. A.M.I.C.E. Mining engineer. Ml. 

Benger, Roxburgh, Central Otago, N.Z. 
Allen, Arthur Denby Jan., 1884 — Dec, 1886 Mitre. 

s. of Barton F. Allen, Rosemont, Aigburth. b. Sept. 28, 1869. 

Formerly poultry farmer, and lecturer for Wilts. C.C. Dep. 

Dir. of Milk Supplies, Min. of Food 1918—20. O.B.E. Gen. 

Sec, National Farmers' Union. 46, Bedford Sq., W.C.I. 
Angell, Benedict John Angell Jan., 1884— July, 1884 Hall. 

s. of J. B. O. Angell, Rumsey House, Calne. b. May 1, 1869. 

Drowned at home, Aug. 17, 1887. 
Bosworth, Roger Parry Jan., 1884 — Apr., 1889 Brook. 

s. of Rev. W. Bosworth. b. May 2, 1871. Durh. Univ. B.A. 

1892. M.A. 1906. R. of Illington 1900 ; R. of Cliburn 1906 ; 

V. of St. Lawrence, Appleby 1910 — 19. Breadsall Red., Derbys. 
Cobb, Harold Wolstenholme Jan., 1884— July, 1887 Hall. 

s. of W. H. Cobb, South Woods Hall, Thirsk. b. July 26, 1869. 

Hert. Coll., Ox. W. Riding Regt. 1891. S.A. War, 1900, 

Medal (3 Clasps). Promoted Major on day of his death, Oct. 

15, 1909. 
Deane, William Worth Jan., 1884 — Dec, 1885 Brook. 

s. of Sir T. N. Deane, Dorset Lodge, Killiney, Co. Dublin. 

b. Jan. 23, 1869. Land agent. Baltybrack, Argyle Rd., 

Sonthport. 
Hollls, Charles Henry Jan., 1884 — Apr., 1888 Cross. 

s. of H. W. Hollis, Butterley Car, Ripley, b. June 4, 1870. 

With War Dept. on Camp Construction, and Bd. of Agric, 

Food Production Dept. during War. Engineer. The Lodge, 

River Nook, Wraysbury, Bucks. 
Kellett, Bainbridge Norman Jan., 1884 — Julv, 1887 Brook. 

s. of W. Kellett, Portland Bank, Southport." b. Sept. 30, 1869. 

XI. 1886, 87. F.XI. 1886. d. Apr. 1, 1906. 
Lloyd, Cecil Ambrose Jan., 1884— Apr., 1889 Hal). 

s. of the late Howard Lloyd, Hanker, Birmingham, b. May 18, 

1870. Tube manufacturer. J. P., Staffs. White Lodge, Bel- 

broughlon, Stourbridge. 
McNeile, George Jan., 1884— July, 1887 Priory. 

s. of Col. J. M. McNeile, R.E. b. May 15, 1869. Emm. Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1891. M.A. 1895. Ridley Hall. Headmaster, 

The Priory Sch. Neston, 1901—07. H.O. d. Oct. 6, 1922. 
Marsh, Cecil John Jan., 1884 — July, 1886 Orchard. 

s. of the late J. W. Marsh, East India Rd., London, b. Nov. 

10, 1869. Downing Coll., Camb. L.S.A. 1901. B.A. 1912. 

M.A. 1916. Bar, Mid. Temple. Member, B.M.A. 1920. 

R.A.M.C. 1915—19, Major. Phys. and Surg. Thorpe Bay 

Gardens, Thorpe Bay, Essex. 
Maudslay, Athol John Jan., 1884 — July, 1887 Cross. 

s. of Athol Maudslay. b. May 27, 1870. Served with Ceylon 

M.I. in S.A. War, appointed to Ceylon Concentration Camp. 

At Coronation of Edward VII. with Colonial Contingent. 128, 

West 13th Street, New York. 
Perkins, William Charles Jan., 1884 — Dec, 1884 Latham. 

s. of H. Perkins, Moray House, New Barnet. b. Nov. 23, 1869. 
Wharf master. 251, George St., Sydney, N.S.W. 



1884 FURNEAUX 111 



Phillips, George Henry Jan., 1884— July, 1888 Hall. 

s. of G. F. Phillips, O.R. b. Feb. 17, 1870. W. Australian 
Mounted Police 1890. Served with W.A. Contingent S.A. War 
1900 — 02. At Coronation of Edward Vll., with " Australian 
Horse." Capt. (/) 21st Northd. Fus. 1914. France 1916 — 19. 
Flotterton, Rothbury, Northd. 
l'ortman, Cecil Berkeley Jan., 1884— July, 1886 Brook. 

s. of Hon. M. B. Portman, Ashfield House, Bridgewater. b. 
Sept. 12, 1869. Tea planter, d. Mar. 10, 1915. 
Kutherfurd, Thomas Henry Jan., 1884 — Dec, 1884 Cross, 

s. of H. Rutherfurd, Fairnington Craigs, Roxburgh, N.B. b. 
July 23, 1869. Farming. Kuripuni, Masterton, N.Z. 
Salt, Thomas Fosbrooke Jan., 1884— July, 1889 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. T. F. Salt, O.R. b. July 11, 1870. New Coll., Ox. 
3rd CI. Class. Mods. 1891. B.A., 4th CI. Law. Solicitor. 
Warlingham, Surrey. 
Salt, Edmund Cecil Jan., 1884— July, 1890 Mitre, 

br. of the above, b. Sept. 12, 1871. Emm. Coll., Carnb. 
B.A., Nat. Sci., 1893. M.B., B.Ch. 1897. 23. Bridge St., 
Burton-on- Trent. 
Smith, William Somers Jan., 1884— May, 1886 Home B. 

s. of Seth Smith, Repton. b. Nov., 1871. Engineer. Rose 
Cottage, Wednesfield, Wolverhampton. 
Taylor, Charles Edward Jan., 1884— July, 1887 Priory, 

s. of Seth Taylor, Granard, Putney Park Lane. b. June 26 
1868. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Theol.. 1891. Stock- 
broker. 1, Cornhill, B.C., and Highwood, North Park, Eltham, 
S.E.9. 
Walker," Henry Wilfrid Jan., 1884— July, 1886 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Walker, b. Oct. 28, 1869. Travelled extensively 
in Asia and Malay Archipelago. Discovered Agai Ambu tribe 
in New Guinea. F.R.G.S. Author, " Wanderings among South 
Sea Savages." Special Constable and Tribunal Clerical work 
in Notts, during War. Tregenna, Cleveland Road, Torquay. 
Whiston, William Reginald Harvey Jan., 1884— Dec.,1887 Orchard. 
s. of the late W. Harvey Whiston, Idridgehay, Derby, b. Nov. 
21,1870.. Maj. 5th Sherwood For. (T.F.) 8/14; T.F. Res. 1917. 
Solicitor. 25, St. Mary's Gate, Derby. 
Yorke, Hon. Charles Alexander Jan., 1884 — July, 1887 Mitre. 
succeeded his father as 8th Earl of Hardwicke 1909. b. Nov. 
11, 1869. Lt. R.N.V.R. 1914—16; King's Foreign Service 
Messenger, 1918 — 19. 13, Queensberry Place, S.W.7. 
Adamson, Reginald Callaway May, 1884 — Dec, 1886 Latham, 
s. of H. A. Adamson, Tynemouth. b. July 1, 1870. Solicitor. 
Registrar, County Court, N. Shields. Wykeham Lodge, Holy- 
well Ave., Monkseaton. 
Beard, Robert Finlay May, 1884 — July, 1886 Latham. 

s. of J. Beard, Linton. Burton-on-Trent. b. Oct. 8, 1869. d. 
Mar. 14, 1905. 
Candler, Edmund May, 1884 — Apr., 1891 Priory. 

s. of J. Candler, M.R.C.S., Harleston, Norfolk, b. Jan. 27, 
1874. F.S. Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1895. Tibet Expn. 
1904 (Daily Mail Correspondent) ; France 1914 — 15 (Times and 
Daily Mail) ; Mesopotamia 1916 — 18 (Official Eye-witness) 
Despatches ; Times Correspondent, Middle East, 1918 — 19. 
C.B.E. 1920. Dir. of Publicity, Punjab Govt. 1920—21. 
Author, " A Vagabond in Asia," " The Unveiling of Lhasa," 
" The Mantle of the East," " The Long Road to Baghdad," 
" The Sepoy," etc. Villa Ichas Mendy, Hendaye, Basses 
PyrSnies, France. 



112 FURNEAUX 1884 



Clutterbuck, Henry Baldwin May, 1884 — July, 1HH7 Cross- 
s. of R. H. Clutterbuck, Durran Hill, Carlisle, b. Aug. 22, 
1869. d. at Molo, B.E. Africa, Sept. 4, 1914. 

Consterdine, Arthur Edward May, 1884 — Apr., 1887 Mitre. 
s. of Rev. J. W. Consterdine. b. Mar. 17, 1870. S.A. War, 
1899—1901, with Lumsden's Horse, Medal (3 Clasps). Lt. (/) 
W. Vorks. Regt. 10/14 ; Capt. 11/14 ; Gallipoli and Sinai 1915 
—16, France 1916. K. in a. at Hamel, Dec. 26, 1916. 

Craigie, Francis Louis May, 1884 — Dec, 1886 Orchard, 

s. of J. Craigie, M.D., Hoylake, Cheshire, b. May 31, 1869. 
d. July 7, 1904. 

Haes, Andrew Mount May, 1884 — July, 1887 Hall. 

s. of E. E. Haes, 7, Grove Rd., Surbiton. b. Apr. 29, 1870. 
M.I.M.E., Member, Iron and Steel Inst. d. Feb. 19, 1908. 

Heaton, Herbert Selby May, 1884 — Dec, 1885 Brook. 

s. of Capt. H. Heaton, Worsley, Manchester, b. Dec. 13, 1869. 
Merchant. St. Margarets, Newmarket. 

Hemingway, Francis Herbert May, 1884 — Apr., 1888 Hall. 
s. of James Hemingway, Macclesfield, b. Apr. 2, 1870. Mata- 
bele War 1893, Medal; S.A. War 1901—02, Medal. Late Capt. 
4th Shrop. L.I., resigned 1904. Cheriton Lodge, Westcliff Rd., 
Bournemouth. 

Hey, Samuel May, 1884 — July, 1884 Latham, 

s. of S. Hev, Headingley, Leeds, b. Aug. 1, 1870. Went to 
Tonbridge Sch. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1893. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. 1, Princess Terrace, Ripon, Yorks. 

Marshall, Arthur Henry Ma v, 1884— Julv, 1890 Hall, 

s. of the late A. E. Marshall, O.K., b. Oct. 25, 1870. XI. 
1889, 90. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1893. Bar, Line Inn, 
1896. Puisne Judge, S. Nigeria, 1905. Joined Isle of Wight 
Rifles 1914. d. at Brading, Nov. 8, 1918. 

Noble, Lake Samuel May, 1884— July, 1888 Orchard, 

s. of J. Noble, Littleover, Derby, b. June 8, 1869. F.X1. 
1887. Trin. Hall, Camb. B.A. 1892. M.A. 1896. V. of 
Christ Ch. # Lagos 1907—09. Col. Chap., Lagos, 1909—21. 
T.C.F., France, 1918 — 19. 40, Alexandra Rd., Burton-on- 
Trent. 

Palairet, Lionel Charles Hamilton May, 1884— July, 1889 Hall, 
s. of H. H. Palairet, Cattistock Lodge, Dorchester, b. May 27, 
1870. XI. 1886, 87, Capt. 1888, 89. 2nd Agg. P. 1889, beating 
record for Two Mile, Mile, and Half-Milo. Oriel Coll., Ox. 
Ox. XL 1890, 91, Capt. 1892, 93. Ran for Ox. v. Camb. in 
Three Mile 1891. B.A. 1893. Somerset XL from 1890, Capt. 
1907. Played for Eng. v. Australia, Manchester and Oval, 1902. 
Command of Remount Depot, Powderham 1914. Agent to 
Earl of Devon. Kenton Lodge, Exeter. 

Phillips, Gerald Edwin May, 1884— Apr., 1888 Priory, 

s. of J. S. Phillips, Culham House, Abingdon, b. Feb. 22, 1870. 
Frilford Lodge, Abingdon 

Robinson, Abbot Harold May, 1884 — June, 1887 Mitre, 

s. of T. W. U. Robinson, Hardwick Hall, Houghton-le-Spring. 
b. Dec. 9, 1870. Late Lt.-Col. Leics. Yeo. (T.F.) ; France 
1914—16, O.C. 1915—16, Despatches; T.D. J. P., D.L., 
Leics. Rothley Grange, Leicester. 

Scott, Lionel Folliott May, 1884 — July, 1887 Cross, 

s. of Rev. R. F. Scott, b. Oct. 23, 1870. Oxf. L.I. 1893 ; 
W. Africa 1898—99, Medal with Clasp ; S.A. War 1899—1902, 
Queen's Medal (4 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps) ; Capt. 1900 
A.D.C., Gov. of the Gambia 1902—07 ; Res. of Off. 1912. Re 



1884 FURNEAUX 113 



employed, Ox. and Bucks L.I., France 1914 — 16 ; Major, Res. 

1919. Over Butter ow, Stroud. "" 

Shaw, Arthur Pilklngton May, 1884— July, 1889 Hall. 

s. of H. Shaw, Whitehall, nr. Buxton, b. May 31, 1870. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A., LL.B. 1893. Bar, Inner Temple 1894. 

Maj. and Adjt., Derby Vol. Corps, Sherwood Foresters, 1914 — 

19 ; Mentioned 1919. J. P., D.L., Co. Derby. Burfield Lodge, 

Old Windsor. 
Way, Charles Parry May, 1884 — Apr., 1885 Brook. 

s. of the late Rev. J. H. Way, Henbury Vic, Bristol, b. Jan. 

10, 1870. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1892. M.A. 1900. 

H.O. Henbury Vic, Bristol. 
Whitmore, Henry Davenport May, 1884— Dec, 1885 Hall. 

s. of the late H. W. Whitmore, Redclyffe, Edgbaston. b. Sept. 

22, 1869. cjo Mrs. Whitmore, 30, Harborne Rd., Edgbaston. 
Allen, Percy Hugh Sept., 1884 — Apr., 1887 Priory. 

s. of R. Allen, Cardiff, b. Aug. 3, 1870. d. Dec 9, 1897. 
Bailey, Wilfred Ormrod Sept., 1884— July, 1889 Hall. 

s. of Col. Bailey, Breightmet Hill, Bolton, b. Aug. 13, 1870. 

Exh. Diploma, National Soc Fr. Teachers 1887. Trin. Coll., 

Ox., Sch. 1888. Leaving Exh. 1st CI. Class. Mods. 1891. 

Gaisford, Gk. V. and Gk. P. Prizes. B.A., 1st CI. Litt. Hum., 

1893. Faircroft, Cobham, Surrey. 
Bennett, Charles James Sept., 1884— Dec, 1884 Priory. 

s. of G. Bennett, 44, Holland Park, W. b. July 10, 1870. 
Bickford, John Solomon Vivian Sept., 1884— July, 1887 Hall. 

s. of J. S. Bickford, Tuckingmill, Camborne, b. Apr. 26, 1870. 

Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1891. Engineer, d. Oct. 27, 1918. 
Chapman, Philip Francis Sept., 1884— Apr., 1888 Mitre. 

s. of C. E. Chapman, b. Feb. 11, 1870. Edin. Univ. M.B., 

CM. I. M.S. ; Officiating Inspector Gen., Civil Hosps., Central 

Provinces; Lt.-Col. 1915; CLE. Nagpur, C.P., India. 
Daniell, Harry Thesiger Whiteman Sept., 1884 — Dec, 1888 Hall. 

s. of C J. Daniell, Bengal CS. b. Nov. 3, 1871. Imperial 

Ottoman Bank, Constantinople 1889 — 97. Gen. Manager, 

Borax Consolidated Ltd. 11, Cadogan Place, S.W.I. 
Edmondson, Herbert Sept., 1884— July, 1888 Orchard. 

s. of B. Edmondson, Lower Hood House, Burnley, b. Apr. 28, 

1870. F.XI. 1887. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1893. M.B., 

B.Ch. Hon. Ophthalmic and Aural Surg., Burnley Victoria 

Hosp. Beechwood, Reedley, Burnley, 
Foster, Edward Hornby Sept., 1884— July, 1888 Latham. 

s. of William Foster, J. P., D.L., Hornby Castle, Lanes, b. Nov. 

13, 1869. Lt.-Col. 2nd W. Riding R.F.A. (T.F.), retired. 

Lieut., R.N.M.B. Res. 9/14 ; R.N.V.R. 1915 ; Lieut.-Comdr. 

1918 ; Despatches. Manufacturer. Woodleigh, Shibden Head, 

Halifax. 
Foster, Harold Johnson Sept., 1884 — July, 1889 Latham. 

br. of the above, b. Apr. 18, 1871. Manufacturer. Queens- 
bury, Yorks. 
Fox, Edward Vigor Sept., 1884— July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of C M. Fox, Corfe, Taunton, b. May 23, 1871. XL 1889, 

90. N. Staffs. Regt. 1891. Dongola Exp., 1896, Medals with 

Clasp. N.W. Frontier, 1914, 15, Despatches ; Afghanistan 

1919, Despatches, D.S.O. ; Col. 1921. Naval and Military 

Club, Piccadilly, W.l. 
Griffiths, Arthur Lancelot Edward Sept., 1884 — July, 1889 Latham. 

s. of A. Griffiths, Abergavenny, b. Aug. 27, 1869. XL 1889. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1892. V. of Broadheath 1910 ; V. of 

Holy Trinity, Hampstead 1913. d. July 31, 1914. 



114 FURNEAUX 1884 



Marshall, Edward Metham Sept., 1884— Apr., 1885 Hall. 

s. of Rev. C. J. Marshall, O.R. b. Nov. 22, 1869. 
Maundrell, Henry Stephen Sept., 1884— July, 1889 Orchard. 

s. of Ven. Archd. Maundrell. b. Aug. 7, 1870. Exh. Leaving 

Exh. Jesus Coll., Camb., Sch. 1888. Additional Sen. 1891. 

B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1892. Special Constable during War. 

Schoolmaster, St. David's, Reigate. 
Muntz, Cecil Albert Sept., 1884— July, 1887 Orchard. 

s. of the late Sir Albert Muntz, Bart. b. Mar. 2, 1870. C.E., 

Asst. Dir. of Ry. Transport, Egypt, 1914-19. Chief Mech. 

Eng. and Carriage and Wagon Supt., State Railways, Egypt. 
Paget, John Byng Sept., 1884— Apr., 1886 Brook. 

s. of the late H. B. Paget, O.R. b. June 1, 1870. Trin. Coll., 

Camb. W. Yorks Regt. 1892—1908. Ashauti Exp., 1895— 

96, Queen's Star ; Sudanese Camel Corps, 1898 — 1900, Des- 
patches, Sudan Medal [2 Clasps). S.A. War, 1902, Medal 

(2 Clasps). Capt. 1900. Res. of Off. Rejoined 1914—18; 

France and Railway Staff ; Major 1914. Carlton Club, Pall 

Mall, S.W.I, and 95, Lancaster Gate, IV. 2. 
Palalret, Richard Cameron North Sept., 1884— July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of H. H. Palairet, Cattistock Lodge, Dorchester, b. June 25, 

1871. XI. 1888, 89, 90. F.XI. 1888, 89. 1st Agg. P. 1890. 

Oriel Coll., Ox. Football Blue 1891. ( >x. XI. 1893,94. B.A. 

1894. Somerset XL 1890—1902. 2/6th Devon Regt. (T.F.) 

10/14; Capt. 8/17; India 1914—19; Waziristan Exp. 1917. 

Sec, Surrey County Cricket Club, Kenmngton Oval, S.E.ll. 
Palmer, Clement Charlton Sept., 1884 — Dec, 1885 Brook. 

s. of C. Palmer, Barton-under-Needwood. b. Apr. 26, 1871. 

Ox. Mus. Doc. F.R.C.O. Organist, and Master of choristers, 

Canterbury Cathedral 1908. The Precincts, Canterbury. 
Pearse, Reginald William Sept., 1884— July, 1888 Latham. 

s. of R. Pearse, Grosvenor House, Cardiff, b. Oct. 26, 1869. 

Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1891. M.A. 1896. Wells Theol. Coll. 

H.O. Feniton Red., lloniton. 
Peile, Frank Kitchener Sept., 1884 -July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of the late John Peile, Litt. D., O.R. b. Sept. 14, 1871. 

Exh. Leaving Exh. Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1893. M.A. 

1897. Solicitor. 14, Sehuyn Gardens, Cambridge. 
Pigou, Henry La Trobe Sept., 1884- July, 1887 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. H. Pigou. b. Aug. 7, 1869. Pemb. Coll., Camb. 

1889. Sergt., C.E.F. 1914 ; 2nd Hereford Regt. (T.F.), 1915 ; 

France 1915—17 ; Lt. T. F. Res. 1917. 
Renshaw, John Alfred Knowles Sept., 1884— Apr., 1889 Brook. 

s. of C. J. Renshaw, M.D. b. July 8, 1871. Irin. Coll., Camb. 

B.A., 2nd CI. Nat. Sci. Pt. I., 1892. Owen's Coll., Manchester, 

Medal for Surgery 1894. Bradley Surg. Sch., Manchester R. 

Infirm. 1895. M.A., M.B., B.Ch. 1896. D.P.H. 1898. M.D. 

1900. Capt. 6th Manchester Regt. (T.F.), retired. 18, St. 

John St., Manchester, and Beech Hurst, Ashton-on-Mersey. 
Schwind, Francis Herbert Sept., 1884— Dec, 1888 Brook. 

s. of C. Schwind, Derby, b. Nov. 14, 1870. XL 1888. F.XI. 

1888. Red Cross, France 1914, Serbia and Russia 1915 ; 

Serbian Red Cross Medal, Red Cross Military Medal. High- 
fields, Stanstead Abbots, Herts. 
Shakespear, Charles Bowles Sept., 1884 — July, 1887 Cross. 

s. of C. Shakespear, Langley Priory, Derby, b. Apr. 7, 1870. 

R.A.C. Cirencester. J. P. Langley Priory, Diseworth, Derby. 
Smith, Frederick Clifton Sept., 1884— July, 1888 Cross. 

s. of the late W. R. Smith, J.P. b. Dec. 28, 1870. Trin. Hall, 



1884 FURNEAUX 115 



Camb., Sch. B.A., 2nd CI. Hist., 1891. M.A. 1895. V. of 
Daresbury, Warrington 1901 ; V. of Ince, Chester 1905 — 08 ; 
L.Pr. Dio. Chester 1908—10; L.Pr. Dio. Southwell 1910. 
Clifton Cottage, nr. Ashbourne, Derby 's. 

Sturt, Horace Sept., 1884— July, 1887 Cross, 

s. of W. Sturt, Broxbourne. b. May 26, 1869. Pemb. Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1891. M.A. 1893. Wells Theol. Coll. V. of 
Ashburnham 1904—20; T.C.F. 1915—19, France. Aston 
Red., Stevenage. 

Sykes, Robert Sept., 1884— July, 1886 Orchard, 

s. of B. Sykes, Prior's Lea, Broughton, Preston, b. Sept. 4, 

1869. C.E. In S. Africa. 

Sykes, James Sept., 1884— Dec, 1884 Orchard, 

br. of the above, b. Aug. 21, 1870. In S. Africa. 

Taylor, Percival John Sept., 1884— July, 1887 Orchard, 

s. of Staveley Taylor, Oaklands, Grassendale. b. Jan. 27, 1871. 
Timber merchant. Tower Building, Water St., Liverpool. 

Tomlinson, Henry Cecil Sept., 1884 — July, 1889 Priory. 

s. of the late H. G. Tomlinson, O.R. b. Oct. 6, 1870. Clare 
Coll., Camb. B.A. Glanllvu, Dolanog, nr. Welshpool. 

Warden, Hector Cookcey " Sept., 1884— Dec, 1887 doss, 

s. of A. Warden, Park Mount, Selly Oak, Birmingham, b. Feb. 
13, 1870. The Vale, Edgbaslon Park Rd., Birmingham. 

Wauchope, David Alexander Sept., 1S84 — July, 1889 Brook. 
s. of D. B. Wauchope, 24, Moray PI., Edinburgh, b. Jan. 31, 
1871. Trin. Hall, Camb. B.A. 1892. Rowed Head of River, 
1891—94. Camb. Boat, Stroke 1895. Coll. Boat, Stroke, 
winner Grand Challenge, Henley 1895. Coach, Camb. crew 
1905 — 14. Lothians and Berwick Imp. Yeo. Cav. S.A. War, 
1899—1901, Despatches, Medal (4 Clasps), D.S.O. T.D. 
France 1915. O.C. Lothians and Border Horse, and 25th 
Divl. Mtd. Troops. Lt.-Col. Wine Merchant. 14, Constitu- 
tion St., Leith, N.B. 

Williams, Frederick Jones Sept., 1884— July, 1888 Orchard, 

s. of E. J. Williams, Rochford House, Tenbury. b. Oct. 15, 

1870. Of The Manor, Longhope. d. Jan. 10, 1910. 
Young, (ulianMayne Sept., 1884— Dec, 1891 Hall. 

s. of the late Col. Gjrdon Young, b. Aug. 6, 1872. XI. 1890, 
91. F.XI. 1891. Lan. Fus. 1893 ; A.S.C. 1896 ; S.A. War, 
1899—1901, Medal (6 Clasps). D.A.Q.M.G. 8/14 ; D.D. of 
Tpt. 1916; Dir. of Tpt. 11/17; Brig. Gen. 11/17—3/19; 
France 1914 — 17, 18—19, Italy 1917—18, Despatches 7 times, 
C.M.G., D.S.O. , Bt.-Col. ; Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus 
(Italy); Order of Leopold II (Belgium). Colonel. The Little 
House, Church Crookham, Hants. 

Adams, Frank Engelbeck Jan., 1885— Apr., 1889 Cross, 

s. of J. S. Adams, b. Dec. 2, 1870. F.XI. 1887, 88. Stock- 
broker, Stock Exchange, and Little Ha/ton, Hook Heath, 
Woking. 

Gadman, Philip Smelter Cadman Jan., 1885 — Apr., 1890 Mitre. 
s. of W. Smelter Cadman. b. Jan. 5, 1871. F.XI. 1889. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. Football Blue 1893. E. Riding Yeo. 
Maj. 1914, France 1916, Italy 1917—18. d. Mar. 31, 1919. 

Cope, William Jan., 1885 — July, 1888 Priory, 

s. of M. Cope, Quarry Hill, St. Mellon's, Cardiff, b. Aug. 18, 
1870. Clare Coll., Camb. Rugby Blue 1891. B.A. 1891. 
M.A. 1894. Welsh Rugby Internat. 1896. Bar, Inner Temple. 
Glam, Yeo. (T.F.), Major, retired ; Staff, E. Comd. 1916—17 ; 
T.D. J. P., Glam. M.P., Llandaff and Barry, since 1918. 
Nash Manor, Gowbridge, Glamorgan. 



116 FURNEAUX 1885 



Crawhall, William Henry Jan., 1885 — Apr., 1888 Priory. 

s. of John Bownas Crawhall. b. May 19, 1869. Wadh. Coll., Ox. 

Farran, Charles Walter Cuninghame 

Jan., 1885— July, 1888 Orchard, 
s. of C. F. T. Farran, Sydney, N.S.W. b. Oct. 9, 1870. C.E. 
Warnambool Club, Victoria, Australia. 

Forester, Hon. Francis Henry Cecil Weld- 
Jan., 1885— July, 1888 Cross, 
s. of Baron Forester, b. Feb. 2, 1871. 3rd Shrops. L.I. 
Lt.-Col. 2/17; O.C. 3rd Bn. 1917—18. Decker Hill, Shifnal. 

Forester, Hon Edgar Cecil Wolstan Weld- 
Jan., 1885— July, 1888 Cross. 
br. of the above, b. Feb. 2, 1871. On Executive, War Agric. 
Cte. of Western Div. for Devon. Land agent. Copse Cottage, 
Tubney, Abingdon. 

Francis, Tom Jan., 1885 — July, 1887 Orchard, 

s. of T. W. Francis, Helhoughton, Swaffham. b. Dec. 24, 1869. 
Farming. Manor House, Toftrees, Fakenham. 

Girdlestone, Arthur Henry Jan., 1885 — July, 1886 Hall. 

s. of F. B. Girdlestone. b. July 30, 1869. Sch. New Coll., 
Ox. Passed Open Competitive Exam. I.C.S. Journalist. 

Gould, Alexander Cyril Jan., 1885 — Apr., 1887 Latham. 

s. of T. Gould, Endcliffe Crescent, Sheffield, b. May 13, 1870. 

Gregg, John William Robert Jan., 1885— Apr., 1887 Hall. 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Cork. b. June 7, 1870. Emm. Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1891. Rathleague, Maryborough, Queen's Co. 

Hemingway, Charles Arthur Jan., 1885— Dec, 1886 Priory. 
s. of John Hemingway, C.E., Richmond, b. June 20, 1870. 
Electrical engineer. 

Hudson, Robert Sidney Jan., 1885 — July, 1889 Latham, 

s. of Rev. Albert Hudson. b. Nov. 18, 1870. Trin. Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1892. Tennis Blue 1893. Solicitor, d. Mar. 1, 
1922. 

Hutchinson, Leslie Thomason Rose Jan., 1885 — July, 1889 Priory, 
s. of the late Col. H. S. Hutchinson, B.S.C. b. May 19, 1872. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Nat. Sci., 1892. M.A., 
M.B., B.Ch. 1897. M.D. 1902. D.P.H. 1908. D.T. M. and 
H. 1909. Prof., Physiol, and Hygiene, Grant Med. Coll., 
1901 — 21. Surg, in charge Goculdas Tejpal Hosp. Bombay, 
Lt.-Col. I. M.S. Wilderness Rd., Malabar Hill, Bombay. 

Lloyd, Samuel Janson Jan., 1885— July, 1889 Hall, 

s. of S. Lloyd, Farm, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, b. Mar. 17, 
1870. J. P., C.C., Northants. Chn., Educ. Cte. Ironmaster. 
Travellers' Club, Pall Mall, S.W.I. , and Pipewell Hall, Kettering. 

McNeile, Donald Hugh Jan., 1885— Dec, 1886 Priory. 

s. of Col. J. M. McNeile, R.E. b. Feb. 6, 1871. Went to 
Cheltm. Coll. R.F.A. 1891; 19th Lancers LA. 1895; N.W.F. 
1898, Medal and Clasp ; France and Palestine 1914-19, Des- 
patches, D.S.O. ; Lt.-Col. 1916; retired 1920. East India 
United Service Club, and The Laurels, Sunbury Common, Middx. 

Madden, Owen Jan., 1885— July, 1890 Latham. 

s. of The Very Rev. S. O. Madden, b. Dec. 17, 1871. Clare 
Coll., Camb., Sch. B.A., Jun. Opt., 1893. Asst. Master, 
Malvern Coll. 1902 — 10. H.O. Castlehaven Red., Skibbereen, 
Co. Cork. 

Madoc- Jones, Arthur Puleston Jan., 1885 — July, 1889 Mitre. 
s. of E. Madoc- Jones, Brook St. House, Oswestry, b. June 28, 
1870. d. Mar. 15, 1901. 

Marshall, Robert Lionel Jan., 1885 — July, 1888 Priory, 

s. of Mrs. Marshall, Marston Lodge, Pitville, Cheltenham, b. 



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Dec. 28, 1869. XI. 1887, 88. 3rd Glos. Regt. Capt. 1900, 

resigned commission 1910. 
Munby, Alan Edward Jan., 1885— Dec, 1887 Latham. 

s. of F. J. Munby, Oaklands, Whixlev, York. b. Jan. 16, 1870. 

Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Nat. Sci., 1892. M.A. 

1898. F.R.I. B.A. Hon. Sec, Architects War Cte. 9, Old 

Sq., Lincoln's Inn, W.C.2. 
North, Piers William Jan., 1885— Apr., 1885 Mitre. 

s. of N. North, J. P., D.L., Newton Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, b. 

Mar. 30, 1871. R. Berks. Regt. 1891. S.A. War, 1899—1901, 

Despatches, Medal (4 Clasps). Special Service, Japan 1905— 

07, attached Japanese Army. Gen. Staff, War Office 1914 ; 

France and Gallipoli, 1915—17, O.C., 20th Durham L.I., 

Despatches twice, D.S.O. Lt.-Col., King's Messenger. Foreign 

Office, S.W.I. , and Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall. 
Nuttall, Ernest Albert Jan., 1885 — Dec, 1888 Hall. 

s. of H. Nuttall, M.D., Leicester, b. Feb. 1, 1871. F.XI. 

1887, 88. Capt., Mid. Counties F. League 1892,93. Solicitor. 
Radley, Bertram Vernon Jan., 1885 — Dec, 1885 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. Thomas Radley. b. July 22, 1868. Maj., 7th E. 

Indian Ry. Bn., I.D.F. 1917. Engineer, cjo East Indian 

Railway, Asansol, India. 
Radley, Wilfred Vivian Jan., 1885— Dec, 1887 Mitre. 

br. of the above, b. Oct. 28, 1870. Engineer. 
Rees, Theophilus Jan., 1885 — Apr., 1888 Latham. 

s. of Rev. T. Rees. b. Dec. 10, 1869. St. Peter's Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1894. d. Oct., 1909. 
Reuss, Russell Benjamin Lawson Jan., 1885 — Dec, 1888 Priory. 

s. of J. C. A. Reuss, The Cottage, Ditton Hill. b. Feb. 15, 1871. 

Trin. Hall, Camb. B.A. 1895. Champagne agent. Whinfield, 

Hook Heath, Woking. 
Richardson, Henry Jan., 1885 — Apr., 1888 Latham. 

s. of H. Richardson, M.D. b. June 27, 1870. Capt. (t) 16th 

R. Warwicks. Regt. 1914 ; France 1915 — 16. Long Hyde, 

Evesham. 
Taylor, Sidney Burd Jan., 1885— July, 1887 . Priory. 

afterwards Leigh-Taylor, s. of W. Taylor, Westbourne, 

Bolton-le-Moors. b. Jan. 14, 1870. Dir., Army Clothing 

Dept., W.O. 1914—19. Windham Club, St. James Sq., S.W.I. 
Thompson, Henry Evans Jan., 1885 — Apr., 1889 Hall. 

s. of Rev. G. Thompson, b. Dec. 2, 1870. M.B. Lond. 
Winslow, Charles Gibson Jan., 1885— July, 1888 Priory. 

s. of G. Scott Winslow, Boston, U.S.A. b. Feb. 4, 1871. 

Harvard Univ. LL.B. 1895. Real estate broker. 31, 

Marlboro St., Boston, U.S.A. 
Pearson, Louis Gairdner Feb., 1885 — Dec, 1886 Orchard. 

s. of A. L. Pearson, Australia, b. Mar. 26, 1870. Iron and 

steel works manager. 
Alexander, Robert William Wiseman Apr., 1885 — July, 1886 Cross. 

s. of H. M. Alexander, Knocktama, Coleraine. b. Jan. 11, 1872. 

Went to Cheltm. Coll. T.C.D. B.A. 1894. R. of Aghadowey 

1906—11 ; R. of Wetaskiwin, Canada, and R.D. 1913—14. 

H.O. Millarville, Alta., Canada. 
Armstrong, Arthur St. Quintin Apr., 1885 — July, 1889 Cross. 

s. of Maj. A. J. Armstrong, Morville, Warwick, b. Feb. 16, 

1870. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1892. M.A. 1894. 

H.O. Newton Purcell Reel., Buckingham. 
Bellhouse, Ernest Walter Apr., 1885 — July, 1890 Brook. 

s. of Walter Bellhouse, Sale. b. July 15, 1871. XI. 1889, 90. 



118 FURNEAUX 1885 



F.XI. 1886, 87, Capt. 1888, 89. Cotton spinner, d. June 22, 
1920. 

Brlggs, Charles William Apr., 1885— July, 1887 Orchard. 

s. of W. Briggs, Bleak House, Melbourne, Derbys. b. Nov. 20, 

1870. Inspector of roads for Rhodesia, d. at Bournemouth, 

June 80, 1921. 
Emmet, George Nelson Apr., 1885 — July, 1888 Hall. 

s. of G. N. Emmet, 19, Pembridge Crescent, W. b. July 1, 

1870. King's Coll., Lond. V. of Totternhoe, Beds. 1906—10. 

H.O. The Vic, Hartley Whitney, Basingstoke. 
Forbes, Arthur George Apr., 1885— Dec, 1888 Latham. 

s. of Capt. J. A. Forbes, R.N. b. Dec. 16, 1871. Formerly 

Tea planter in Ceylon. l/4th Hampshire Regt. (T.F.) 8/14 ; 

Mesopotamia, Despatches, M.C. ; Capt. 1916. The Avenue, 

Fleet, Hants. 
Forman, Roger Boden Apr., 1885 — July, 1888 Orchard. 

s. of T. B. Forman, Abbot's Hill, Derby, b. Feb. 11, 1871. d. 

May 18, 1897. 
Galloway, Sydney John Apr., 1885— July, 1887 Cross. 

s. of W. L. Galloway, The Lawn, Timperley. b. July 4, 1870. 

Cotton merchant. The Warren, Gt. Sutton, Cheshire. 
Greaves, Lionel William Goring Apr., 1885 — Apr., 1889 Orchard. 

s. of W. S. Greaves, Monte Video House, Weymouth, b. Aug. 

30, 1872. Late ol St. Kilda, Melbourne. 
Harrison, George Apr., 1885— Dec, 1888 Latham. 

s. of Henry Harrison, b. Apr. 15, 1871. c/o Harrison and 

Boltiger, La Paz, Bolivia, S. America. 
Harrison, Harry Apr., 1885 — Apr., 1887 Latham. 

s. of T. Harrison, Wyther, Kirkstall, Leeds, b. June 1, 1870. 

Jesus Coll., Camb. R.A.C., Cirencester. Southend, Upton-on- 

Severn. 
Hemingway, Alan Scott Apr., 1885— Dec, 1887 Hall. 

s. of James Hemingway, Macclesfield, b. Feb. 27, 1871. 

Solicitor. Sergt. .Special Constabulary, London. Surbiton 

Club, Surbiton, S.W. 
Hlgson, George Harry Apr., 1885— July, 1888 Hall. 

s. of P. Higson, Llanrhos, N. Wales, b. July 9, 1870. Gonv. 

and Caius Coll., Camb. Capt. S. African Light Horse ; S.A. 

War, Despatches, d. Nov. 8, 1921. 
Lister, Lionel Hugh Apr., 1885— July, 1888 Hall- 

s. of A. L. Lister, I.C.S. b. Feb. 11, 1871. XL 1887, 88. Life 

Insurance agent. 122, Esse)tivood lid., Durban, S. Africa. 
Low, John Laing Apr., 1885— Dec, 1887 Brook. 

s. of A. B. Low, Guthrie Castle, Forfars. b. Dec. 8, 1869. 

Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1893. Golf Blue 1891, 92, 93, 94. 

Founder, Ox. and Camb. Golfing Society. Capt., Ox. and Camb. 

Team to U.S.A. 1903. Represented Scotland 1904. For 8 

years Chn. Rules of Golf Cte. Author and Journalist. Little 

Dunkeld, Hook Heath, Woking. 
Norris, George Goodwin Goodwin- Apr., 1885- -July, 1887 Priory. 

s. of Major G. Goodwin-Norris, Brinkley, Notts, b. Nov. 25, 

1869. Solicitor. 
Spry, Leighton Hume Apr., 1885— July, 1887 Hall. 

s. of A. H. Spry, I.C.S. b. Jan. 14, 1871. W. Yorks. Regt. 

1892. S.A. War, 1899—1902, Despatches, Queen's Medal (6 

Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps), D.S.O. ; Maj. 1912 ; A. A. & 

Q.M.G. 1915—16; retired 1920. cjo Cox & Co., 16, Charing 

Cross, S.W.I. 



1885 FURNEAUX 119 



Wood, Albert Salisbury Apr., 1886— July, 1888 Latham. 

s. of G. Swinford Wood, Bodlondeb, Conway, b. Apr. 1, 1871. 

Artist. 6, Warren Rd., Deganwy, N. Wales. 
Arnall, Percy Joseph Sept., 1885 — Dec, 1888 Priory. 

s. of Joseph Arnall, Priory Lodge, Leicester, b. Feb. 27, 1871. 

XI. 1887, 88. d. Feb. 8, 1918. 
Auden, Harold Allden Sept., 1885— July, 1891 J.H.G. 

s. of the late Rev. John Auden. b. Oct. 8, 1874. L.S. 1887. 

Owen's Coll., Manchester. B.Sc. 1894. D.Sc. Tubingen 1897. 

M.Sc. Victoria 1898. Joint Translator with G. A. Auden, 

Rathgen's " Preservation of Antiquities " 1905. Author, 

" Reports on Progress of Applied Chemistry " (Acids, Alkalis, 

etc., section) 1916, 17, 18, for Soc, Chem. Industry. Revision 

of article " Sulphuric Acid " in Thorpe's Diet. Appl. Chem. 

1919; " Sulphur " 1921, " Starch " 1922. Research Chemist. 

120, Whitehedge Rd., Grassendale, Lanes. 
Clark, William Sept., 1885— Apr., 1888 Latham. 

s. of G. Clark, Ashbrooke Tower, Sunderland, b. Feb. 17, 1871. 

St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1892. Manufacturer. Haven- 
holme, King's Langley, Herts. 
Clutterbuck, Charles Baldwin Sept. 1885— Apr., 1888 Cross. 

s. of R. H. Clutterbuck, Durran Hill, Carlisle, b. Apr. 25, 1871. 

Njoro, Kenya Colony, E. Africa. 
Cocks, Reginald Howard Sept., 1885— Oct., 1889 Orchard. 

s. of S. L. Cocks, J.P., Uplands, Diss, Norfolk, b. July 1, 1872. 

Mert. Coll., Ox. d. Dec. 11, 1913. 
OulHford, Charles Howard Sept., 1885— July, 1888 Latham. 

s. of J. H. W. Culliford, Thornhill Pk., Sunderland, b. Oct. 3, 

1871. d. at East London, Cape Colony, Mar. 6, 1904. 
Falcon, Charles Henry Sept., 1885— July, 1888 Hall. 

s. of the late M. Falcon, O.R. b. Sept. 26, 1870. B.N.C., Ox. 

Bar, Inner Temple 1894. d. Sept. 26, 1916. 
Fisher, Reginald Sept., 1885— Apr., 1887 Priory. 

s. of G. H. K. Fisher, b. Nov. 23, 1870. St. John's Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1891. H.O. d. May 26, 1898. 
Foster, Bernard Cunliffe Sept., 1885 — July, 1887 Priory. 

s. of C. F. Foster, Pinehurst, Cambridge, b. Nov. 20, 1871. 

d. Apr. 10, 1911. 
Fox, Percy Crewdson Sept., 1885— July, 1889 Cross. 

s. of F. E. Fox. b. Jan. 1, 1871. Chartered accountant, d. 

Dec. 29, 1902. 
Franks, Harry Sept., 1885— Apr., 1889 Hall. 

s. of M. H. Franks, J. P., D.L., Westfield, Mountrath. b. July 

17, 1871. T.C.D. B.A. 1893. F.S.T. 1895. MA. 1921. 

Chn., Irish Branch, Surveyors Inst. 1915 ; Member, Council of 

Surveyors' Inst. London 1918 ; Hon. Sec, Irish Unionist 

Alliance. High Sheriff, Queens' Co. 1917, Co. Cork 1921. J. P. 

Queen's Co., and Co. Cork. Land agent. Kildare Street Club, 

Dublin; Woodbrook, Mountrath, Queen's Co., and Garretts- 

lown, Kinsale, Co. Cork. 
Franks, George Despard Sept., 1885— July 1888 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Jan. 9, 1873. 19th R. Hussars 1894. S.A. 

War, 1899—1900, Despatches, Medal (4 Clasps). Lt.-Col. 1916 ; 

O.C. 19th R. Hussars, France 1914 — 18, Despatches 4 times, 

C.M.G., D.S.O. Recommended for V.C. K. in A., Oct. 8, 

1918. 
Frost, Charles Albert Sept., 1885— Dec, 1886 Latham. 

s. of Sir Thomas G. Frost, Chester, b. May 29, 1872. Trim 

Hall, Camb. d. Oct. 26, 1891. 



120 FURNEAUX L886 



Fry, Charles Burgess Sept., 1885 — July, 1891 Cross. 

s. of L.J. Fry, Mayfield, Sussex, b. Apr. 25, 1872. Exh. F.S. 

XI. 1888, 89, Capt. 1890, 91. F.XI. 1888, 89, Capt. 1890. 1st 

Agg. P. 1889, 91. Leaving Exh. Wadh. Coll., Ox., Sch. 1890. 

Ox. XL 1892, 93, 95, Capt. 1894. Athl. Blue 1892, 93, 95. 

Pres., O.U.A.C. 1894. Football Blue 1892, 93, 95, Capt. 1894. 

1st CI. Class. Mods. 1893. B.A., 4th CI. Litt. Hum., 1895. 

M.A. 1916. World's record Long Jump 1892. Eng. Football 

1898, 1904 ; Capt. Eng. XL, 1912 ; Capt. Sussex County C.C. 

F.R.G.S. Hon. Dir., T.S. " Mercury " ; Comdr. R.N.V.R. 

Hamble, Hants. 
Gardner, Herbert Edward Sept., 1885— Apr., 1890 Priory. 

s. of Rev. G. E. Gardner, b. Jan. 31, 1873. B.Sc. Lond. 

F.C.S. Sen. Science Master, Epsom College. 5, The College, 

Epsom. 
Grantham, Edward Mason Sept., 1885 — Apr., LSX7 Brook. 

s. of H. V. Grantham, West Keal Hall, Spilsby. b. x\lay 20, 

1869. Late Capt. 3rd Line. Regt. S.A. War, Capt. Imp. Yeo. 

S.A. Light Horse. Sugar planter, Zululand. Capt. 3rd Line. 

Regt. ; France 1914. K. in A., Feb. 27, 1915. 
Hall, George Clifford Miller Sept., 1885— Dec, 1888 Hall. 

s. of Capt. Hall, R.N. b. Jan. 26, 1872. Exh. Passed 2nd 

into R.M.A. Woolwich 1889. Passed out 5th, with Prizes for 

Tactics, Mil. administration and Law. R.E. 1892. Nile Exp., 

1897, Egyptian Medal with Clasp, 4th CI. Medjidieh. Nile Exp. , 

1898, Despatches, Medal, D.S.O. 3rd CI. Osmanieh 1904. 
2nd CI. Medjidieh 1911. Traffic Manager, Egyptian State Rys. 
1906—19; Asst. Dir. Ry. Transport, E.E.F. 1916—19, Des- 
patches 5 times, Order of the Nile 2nd CI. 1916, C.M.G. 1917. 
C.B.E. 1919. Lt.-Col. Res. of Off. 23, Cranley Gardens, S.W.7, 

Harlngton, Henry Andrew Sept., 1885 — Apr., 1887 Mitre. 

s. of H. B. Harrington, I.C.S. b. Feb. 27, 1869. Manchester 

Regt. 1889. I.S.C. 1892. d. from wounds received in action, 

Frontier War, Sept., 1897. 
Holme, Garnet William Sept., 1885 — Dec, 1891 Cross. 

s. of Rev. R. Holme, b. Aug. 11, 1873. Jesus Coll., Camb. 

Dramatic Professor. Pilgrimage Club, 425, Douglas Bldgs., 

Los Angeles, U.S.A. 
Horton, Thomas Sept., 1885— July, 1890 Priory. 

s. of Isaac Horton, Ferndale, Edgbaston. b. May 15, 1871. 

XL 1889, 90. F.XI. 1886, 87, 88, 89, Late Capt. Northamp- 
ton County C.C. Hon. Treas., O.R. Lodge. Billon House, 

nr. Rugby. 
Jackson, Arthur Wythes Sept., 1885 — Nov., 1889 Orchard. 

s. of J. Jackson, Wilbury Rocks, Eastbourne, b. Aug. 18, 1872. 

d. Dec. 30, 1910. 
Jollands, William Cecil Aylmer Sept. 1885 — July, 1888 Orchard. 

s. of W. H. Jollands, Bryn Rhos, Crickhowell. b. June 28, 

1872. T.O. 2/lst S.W. Mtd. Bde. Fd. Amb. (T.F.) 1914 ; Lt. 

R.A.S.C. (T.F.) 1916; France 1917—18. Estate agent. 

Epperstone Manor, Nottingham. 
Kemble, Harold William Sept., 1885— July, 1887 Brook. 

s. of the late C. A. Kemble, J. P., O.R. b. June 12, 1871. 

Asst. Supt. Remount Service 1916. d. Jan. 2, 1920. 
Kingdon, Percy Buckingham Sept., 1885 — Mitre. 

s. of Rev. G. Kingdon. b. Sept. 28, 1870. Exh. d. at Repton, 

Dec. 2, 1885. 
Langton, Bennet Sept., 1885— Dec, 1887 Brook. 

s. of B. R. Langton, Langton Hall, Spilsby. b. Dec. 6, 1870. 

Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1894. Langton, Spilsby, Lines. 



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Langton, Stephen Sept., 1885— July, 1890 Brook. 

br. of the above, b. Nov. 30, 1872. 93rd Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders. Lt. d. at Naini Tal, Sept. 19, 1904. 
Madden, Richard Owen Sept., 1885 — July, 1888 Mitre. 

s. of Lt.-Col. W. C. F. Madden, b. Oct. 15, 1870. In Australia. 
Neill, Walter Grieve Sept., 1885—- July, 1888 Cross. 

s. of J. Neill, Glenfield, Greenock, N.B. b. Mar. 13, 1871. 

Sugar refiner. 48, Esplanade, Greenock. 
Padwick, Arthur Sept., 1885— Apr., 1888 Hall. 

s. of H. Padwick, Manor House, Horsham, b. Jan. 7, 1871. 

Tea planter, Ceylon, d. Nov. 18, 1908. 
Pearse, Athol Stewart Joseph Sept., 1885 — July, 1889 Latham. 

s. of R. T. Pearse, Grosvenor House, Cardiff, b. Oct. 12, 1870. 

Trim Coll., Camb. B.A. 1892. MA. 1896. MB., B.C. 1897. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 110, Cathedral Rd., Cardiff. 
Shaw, Francis Longsdon Sept., 1885 — Dec, 1888 Priory. 

s. of F. Shaw, Western Bank, Derby, b. Mar. 1, 1871. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1892. M.A. 1896. Ely Theol. Coll. R. of 

Eyam 1905—18 ; R.D. 1908—18 ; Canon of Southwell and 

R.D. 1918. The Vicarage, Chesterfield. 
Stamford, Robert Basil Sept., 1885— July, 1890 Mitre. 

s. of W. A. Stamford, Heathfield, Alfreton. b. Apr. 30, 1872. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Lond. F.R.C.S. Edin. Civil Surg., S. 

African F.F. 1899—1902. Capt. R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 1914—19. 

The Red House, Loughborough. 
Thomlinson, Thomas Edward Sept., 1885 — -July, 1886 Latham. 

s. of T. E. Thomlinson, Englethwaite, Carlisle, b. June 3, 1870. 

Corpl. Rough Rider in Remounts, R.A.S.C. 1914 ; France 

1914 — 15. d. from illness contracted in Mil. Service, Aug. 8, 

1917. 
Walker, John Michael Stanhope Sept., 1885 — July, 1888 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Walker, b. May 6, 1871. B.N.C., Ox. B.A. 

1894. M.A. 1897. Leeds Clergy Sch. V. of Silkstone 1903 ; 

R. of Kettlethorpe 1913—19 ; T.C.F. 1915—16, France. 

Great Billing Rect., Northampton. 
Wedemeyer, Christian Francis Sept., 1885— July, 1886 J.H.G. 

s. of R. Wedemeyer, Langroyd, Didsbury, Manchester, b. Aug. 

9, 1870. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1893. M.A. 1896. 
Williamson, George Frederick Sept., 1885— July, 1887 Latham. 

s. of W. E. Williamson, The Green Hall, Ashbourne, b. Nov. 

28, 1870. Farming. Ashdowne, Hartfield, Sussex. 
Wilson, Wilfred Claude Stanley Sept., 1885— July, 1888 Mitre. 

s. of J. Wilson, Westbury, Stillorgan, Dublin, b. Sept. 2, 

1871. T.C.D. Dalargi, Ravensdale, Co. Louth. 
Woods, George Anthony Sept., 1885 — Dec, 1887 Latham. 

s. of William George Woods, North Grimstone House, York. 

b. Jan. 6, 1871. 3rd Northumb. Fus. 1900 ; S.A. War 1900— 

02, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps) ; 2nd R. 

Munster Fus. 1908 ; Offr., Co. of Gent. Cadets, R.M.C., 1915— 

16 ; Major, retired, c/o Holt &■ Co., 3, Whitehall Place, S.W.I. 
Woolley, Harold George Sept., 1885— Apr., 1892 J.H.G. 

s. of Ven. Archd. Woolley, D.D. b. July 17, 1873. Exh. 

Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. Sch. B.A., Sen. Opt., 1895. 

Box 1358, Calgary, Alta, Canada. 
Worthington, Robert Charles Ernest 

Sept., 1885— Dec, 1886 Mitre. 

s. of R. Worthington, Salmon Pool, Island Bridge, Co. Dublin. 

b. June 17, 1871. 
Arnall, Frederick John Jan., 1886 — Dec, 1889 Priory. 

s. of Joseph Arnall, Priory Lodge, Leicester, b. Sept. 29, 1872 



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Tea merchant, retired. 29, Kenilworth Rd., St. Leonards- on- 
Sea. 

Bates, Harry Dawsini Jan., 1886 — June, 1887 Mitre. 

s. of Fred. Bates, Agglethorpe Hall, Bedale. b. Sept. 14, 1871. 

BHssard, Wilfred Herbert Augustine Jan., 1886 -Apr., 1890 Mitre, 
s. of Rev. J. C. Blissard. b. June 14, 1872. Emm. Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1893. d. May 31, 1911. 

Cochrane, Arthur William Steuart Jan. ,1886 — Nov., 1888 Orchard, 
s. of Rev. D. C. Cochrane, Master, Etwall Hosp. b. Apr. 27, 
1872. F.S. Appointed Rouge Croix Pursuivant of Arms 
1904 ; Chester Herald 1915 ; Registrar of the College 1919. 
M.V.O. 4th CI. 1911. Heralds Coll., E.C.4, and Elmodesham 
House, Amersham, Bucks. 

Dansey, Richard Pateshall Jan., 1886 — July, 1888 Cross, 

s. of R. Dansey, Local Govt. Bd. Inspector." b. Aug. 22, 1872. 
F.R. Met. Soc. 1908—20. H.O. Kentchurch Red., Hereford. 

Fasten, Arthur Stanley Lunn Jan., 1886— Dec., 1887 Priory. 
s. of A. H. Easten, J. P., Roseberry Lodge, N. Holmwood. b. 
Dec. 12, 1871. Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1893. M.A. 1897. 
R. of Virgin Island 1910 ; R. of St. Pet. and St. John, Mont- 
serrat 1911; R. of St. Kitts, B.W.I. , 1914—22; C. of All Sis . 
Hereford. 5, Sf. Olaves, St. Owen's St., Hereford. 

Fair, Thomas Henry Jan., 1886 — Julv, 1889 Latham, 

s. of the late Thomas Fair, 6.R. b. Apr. 2," 1871. F.S. Late 
of Wilts. Yeo. Cavalry Club, and Willoughbv House, nr. Rugby. 

Glennie, Charles Woodyear Jan., 1886 — July, 1889 Brook. 

s. of Rev. J. D. Glennie. b. Nov. 19, 1872. F.S. Tea planter. 
4, Mangos Lane, Calcutta. 

Graham, William James Holmes Jan., 1886 — Apr., 1890 Mitre, 
s. of W. Graham, 2, Temple Gardens, EC. b. Mar. 4. 1872 
F.XI. 1889. Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1893. Cornmr. for 
Cumberland and Westmorland Mil. Service (Civil Liab.) Gte. 
1916 — 19. Chn., Local Munition Tribunal, Manchester 
1916—20. Bank of England Chambers. Tib Lane. Manchester. 

Hamilton, Robert Charles Clements Jan., 188f — Apr., 1888 Cross. 
s. of Ven. Archd. Hamilton, b. May 15, 1871. Engineer, 
killed by an explosion on board mail steamer, off Jamaica, 
Nov., 1901. 

Holme, George Arthur Jan., 1886— July, 1888 Orchard, 

s. of G. Holme, Derwent House, Milford, Derby, b. Mar. 4,1872. 

Humphrys, Percy Raymond Jan., 1886 — Apr., 1892 Latham. 
s. of J. W. Humphrys, J. P., D.L., Ballvhaise House, Cavan. 
b. July 16, 1873. S.S.Coll., Camb., Exh. 1891. C.C.C., Camb., 
Sch. 1892. B.A., Sen. Opt., 1895. M.A. 1899. Cudd. Theol. 
Coll. Headmaster, Fauconberge Sch., Beetles 1904 — 07. HO. 
R. of Baxterley 1912. Baxter ley Rect., Atherstone. 

Kirkpatrick, Cyril Reginald Sutton Jan., 1886- Dee., 1888 Brook, 
s of Capt. Kirkpatrick, 3rd Dragoon Gds. b. Oct. 17, 1872. 
Engineer, Cleveland Bridge 1905. City Engineer, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne Corpn. 1898. Chief Engineer, Port of London Authority 
1913. Major, Engineer and Ry. Staff Corps. (T.F.) 1915. 
M.Inst.C.E. Knighted 1922. 64, Beaconsfield Rd., West- 
combe Pk., Blackheath, S.E.3. 

Latham, Robert Jan., 1886— Apr., 1887 J.H.G. 

s. of E. Latham, 10, Halton Buildings, Chapel St., Liverpool, 
b. Dec. 23, 1871. Lpoh, F.M.S. 

Lloyd, Albert William Jan., 1886— July, 1889 Hall, 

s. of S. Lloyd, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, b. July 29, 1871. 
XL 1889. F.XI. 1888. Business, Birmingham. Baronsdown, 
Dulverion, Somerset. 



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Lloyd, John Eliot Howard Jan., 1886— July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of Howard Lloyd, Banker, Birmingham.' b. Feb 28, 1872. 

Manufacturer. 14, Augustus Rd., Edgbaston, Birmingham. 
Lund, Kenneth Fraser Jan., 1886— July, 1889 Hall. 

s. of Rev. T. W. M. Lund. b. Mar. 10, 1871. Hulme Hall, 

Owen's Coll., Sch. 1889. S.S. Coll., Camb. 1891. B.A., Nat. 

Sci., 1894. M.B. Lond. 1901. L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. Edin. 

Member, B.M.A. Hon. Surg, i/c P.O. Home Hosp. 1914—18 ; 

Asst. Surg, and Phys., Queen's Gate Hosp. 1918—20 ; Divl. 

Surg., 58th Div. St. John's Amb. Bde. 8, Collingham Rd., S. 

Kensington, S.W.5. 
Maiden, Douglas Stanley Jan., 1886 — Apr., 1890 Brook. 

s. of Col. R. V. Maiden, b. Feb. 10, 1872. C.E. Asst. instr., 

Sch. of Engineering, Crystal Palace, d. Nov. 28, 1922. 
Pease, Ernest Hubert Jan., 1886 — Apr., 1889 Latham. 

s. of E. L. Pease, Mowden, Darlington, b. June 8., 1871. 

Trin. Hall., Camb. Lt. 2/4th Yorks. Regt. (T.F.) 1914 ; Capt., 

2nd in Comd. N. Command Sch. for N.C.O.'s 1915 — 19; 

O.B.E. 1919. Mowden, Darlington. 
Seton, Malcolm Cotter Cariston Jan., 1886 — July, 1891 Brook. 

s. of B. W. Seton, Clifton Lawns, York. b. Nov. 13, 1872. 

F.S. Oriel Coll., Ox., Sch. Leaving Exh. 2nd CI. Class. 

Mods. B.A., 2nd CI. Litt. Hum., 1895. M.A. 1920. Tndia 

Office 1898. Sec, Judicial and Public Dept. 1911 ; Asst. 

Under Sec. of State 1919; C.B. 1915; K.C.B. 1919. India 

Office, S.W.I; Athenceum Club, and 26, Upper Park Rd., 

Belsize Park, N.W.3. 
Settle, William Jan., 1886— July, 1886 J.H.G. 

s. of M. Settle, Snow Hill, Darcy Lever, Bolton, b. Aug. 25, 

1870. 
Shaw, Percy Jan., 1886— July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of H. Shaw, Whitehall, nr. Buxton, b. Jan. 11, 1872. F.XI. 

1889. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1894. Union Club, Buxton. 
Smith, Frank Addinsell Jan., 1886— Dec, 1886 J.H.G. 

s. of G. R. Smith, Torquay, b. Feb. 28, 1870. St. Bart'.s 

Hosp. Sen. Sci. Sch. 1890. M.B., B.S. Lond. 1895. M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. M.D. 1906. D.P.H. Camb. 1906. I.M.S. Lt.- 

Col. 1916. c/o Grindlay &> Co., 54, Parliament St., S.W.I. 
Tweedle, Alexander Robert Jan., 1886— Dec, 1889 Priory. 

s. of A. F. Tweedie, Rolvenden, Kent. b. Dec. 3, 1871. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1900. F.R.C.S. 1901. Served as Civilian 

surg. in Boer War, Medal (4 Clasps). R.A.M.C. (T.F.) ; Egypt, 

Palestine, Italy, 1914—19 ; Lt.-Col. 14, Oxford St., 

Nottingham. 
Warden, Arthur Hamilton Jan., 1886 — Dec, 1888 Brook. 

s. of A. Warden, Park Mount, Selly Oak, Birmingham, b. Oct. 
16, 1871. The Vale, Edgbston Park Rd., Birmingham. 
Borough, George Herbert May, 1886 — July, 1889 Orchard. 

s. of J. Borough, The Cedars, Belper b Aiiii. 25, 1872. 

Colonial Coll., Hollesley Bay, Suffolk. Tea planter, Ceylon. 

Capt. R.A.S.C. France, d. Nov. 7, 1916. 
Boulnois, Leopold May, 1886 — Dec, 1887 Brook. 

s. of E. Boulnois, M.P. b. Aug. 14, 1871. Holmesdale, St. 
Helen's Pk., Hastings. 
Bowstead, John May, 1886 — July, 1889 Latham. 

s. of T. Bowstead, Edenhall, Penrith, b. May 14. 1872. XL 
1889. Stockbroker. Acting Paymaster, E. Command 1915 — 
19. 18, Gordon Rd., Ealing. 



124 FURNEAUX 1886 

Chance, Alexander Macomb May, 1886 — July, 1886 Hall. 

s. of A. M. Chance, Lawnside, Edgbaston. b. Oct. 10, 1871. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1893. Compton House, Kinver, 
Stourbridge. 
Channell, William Wyndham May, 1886 — July, 1889 Cross. 

s. of Rt. Hon. Sir A. M. Channell, 10, Addison Ct. Gardens, W.l. 
b. Sept. 29, 1871. Cattle ranching. Innisfail, Alta, Canada. 
Charnock, John Godman May, 1886 — July, 1889 Brook. 

s. of J. L. Charnock, Whitedale, Hambledon, Hants, b. Aug 
23, 1872. d. Apr., 1892. 
Cocks, George Robert May, 1886— Dec, 1888 Cross, 

s. of R. Cocks, Dunham Massey Lodge, Altrincham. b. June 
18, 1873. Cadet, H.M.S. " Conway " 1889—90. Actor and 
entertainer. 
Dewhurst, Cyril May, LSSti Apr., 1892 Mitre, 

s. of G. B. Dewhurst, Oughtrington Park, Lymni, Cheshire, 
b. Nov. 7, 1873. F.XI. 1891. Trin. Coll., Camb. 1st Lanes. 
Hussars (T.F.) ; France and Egypt 1915, 16; Major, retired. 
Tils tone Lodge, Tarporley. 
Elliott, William Robert May, 1886 — July, 1889 Priory, 

s. of Charles Pearson Elliott, I.C.S. b. July 1, 1871. St. 
John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1892. Northiam, Sussex. 
Elphinston, Robert Gray May, 1886 — Apr., 1887 J.H.G. 

s. of A. Elphinston, Chewton Glen, Christchurch. b. May 6, 
1872. Served in Cape Mounted Rifles, and in Paget's Horse in 
Boer War. In California. 
Fernie, Arthur Kerr May, 1886 — Dec, 1889 Priory. 

s. of D. Fernie, Warrenside, Blundellsands, Liverpool, b. May 
18, 1872. d. in New York, July 26, 1903. 
Fox, Edward Hamilton Bruce May, 1886— Dec, 1890 Cross, 
s. of the late F. E. Fox, Uplands, Crown Hill, S. Devon, b. 
July 2, 1872. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Member, B.M.A. Lt. 
R.A.M.C. Base Hosp. Gibraltar 1915 — 16. Copplehayes, 
Yealmpton, Plymouth. 
Glover, Alfred Charles Stirrup May, 1886— Julv, 1891 Priory. 
s. of Alfred Glover, Sidewav, Stoke-on-Trent. ' b. Apr. 19. 1872. 
XI. 1890, 91. F.XI. 1890.' Warwicks. XI. from 1895. Tennis 
Court Club, Leamington. 
Hoyland, John Henry ' May, 1886 — Dec, 1889 Latham. 

s. of Rev. J. Hoyland. b. July 4, 1871. d. May 12, 1909. 
Judkins, Charles Herbert May, 1886— July, 1889 Mitre. 

s. of W. A. Judkins, Heyford Grange, Weedon. b. Feb. IS, 
1872. Quarry owner. The Laurels, Floore, Weedon. 
Lucas, Half ord Edwin Coldham May, 1886— Apr., 1888 J.H.G. 

s. of Rev. C. H. Lucas, b. Sept. 16, 1872. d. June 10, 1906. 
Mackenzie, Douglas May, 1886 — Dec, 1888 Mitre. 

s. of Samuel Mackenzie, b. July 28, 1872. d. July 1, 1902. 
Pechey, Richard Francis May, 1886 — July, 1890 Brook, 

s. of J. T. P. Pechey, Leytonstone. b. Feb. 28, 1872. Hert. 
Coll., Ox. 3rd CI. Class. Mods. B.A. 1895. M.A. 1897. V 
of Salterhebble, Halifax 1899 ; V. of Roxeth 1907—12. Holy 
Trinity Vic, Dean Pk., Bournemouth. 
Shaw, William May, 1886— Dec, 1886 Home B. 

s. of the late Francis Shaw, Registrar, Repton. b. Sept. 23, 
1870. S.A. War, Derbys. Imp. Yeo 1900. Sergt. A.V.C. 
1915 — 19. Relieving Officer. Holboru Union, London. 
Sheavyn, Samuel Edgar May, 1886— Dec, 1887 Home B. 

s. of S. Sheavyn, Holly Bush Farm, Repton. b. Apr. 28, 1874. 
Farmer. Poplars Farm, Barton-in-the- Beans, Leics. 



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Sheavyn, Robert Reeves May, 1886— July, 1889 Home B. 

br. of the above, b. July 18, 1875. Poplars Farm, Barton-in- 

the- Beans, Leics. 
Sykes, Benjamin May, 1886 — July, 1888 Orchard. 

s. of B. Sykes, Prior's Lea, Broughton. b. Jan. 22, 1872. 

Estate agent. Bank Hall, Broughton, nr. Preston. 
Thompson, Frederick Hubert May, 1886— July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of Rev. G. Thompson, b. Apr. 19, 1872. F.XI. 1889. 

Downton Agric. Coll. Land agent. 26, Trongate, and 50, 

Kedleston Rd., Derby. 
Vosper, Henry Fernie May, 1886— July, 1890 J.H.G. 

s. of T. Vosper, Rhagatt, Corwen, N. Wales, b. Aug. 23, 1871. 

In S. America. 
Wailes, Reginald Percy May, 1886 — July, 1889 Brook. 

s. of George Wailes, Rounton, Watford, b. Sept. 9, 1871. 

Engineer. Knotty Green, Beaconsfteld. 
Wardell, Henry May, 1886 — Dec, 1889 Cross. 

s. of F. N. Wardell, Wath-on-Dearne, Rotherham. b. Oct. 24, 

1871. M.I.M.E. Claremont, King Edward Rd., Leicester. 
Adklns, Arthur Douglas John Sept., 1886 — Apr., 1890 Cross. 

s. of Frank Adkins, The Uplands, Kingswood, Birmingham, b. 

July 25, 1871. Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1893. Solicitor. 

Sherborne Rd., Mt. Eden, Auckland, N&. 
Archdale, Theodore Montgomery Sept., 1886 — July, 1891 Hall. 

s. of N. M. Archdale, Crocknacrieve, Ballinamallard. b. Sept. 

24, 1873. R.A. 1894. S.A. War, 1899—1900, Despatches, 

Medal (3 Clasps), D.S.O. R.H.A. France 1914, Despatches 

twice; Lt.-Col. 1910. Drowned at sea, Oct. 10, 1918. 
Armstrong, Walter John Sept., 1886— Dec, 1890 Cross 

s. of Maj. A. J. Armstrong, Morville, Warwick, b. Mar. 27, 

1873. 182, Holland Rd., S.W.9. 
Auden, Frederick Lewis Sept., 1886 — Dec, 1887 Home B. 

s. of the late Rev. John Auden. b. Mar. 6, 1871. Farming. 

cjc T. E. Auden, Danesgate, Repton, Derby. 
Auden, George Augustus Sept., 1886 — July, 1890 J.H.G. 

br. of the above, b. Aug. 27, 1872. L.S. Leaving Exh. 

Christ's Coll., Camb., Sch. 1892. Porteus Gold Medal 1893, 

B.A., 1st CI. Nat. Sci. Pt. I., 1893. M.A., MB., B.C. 1897. 

M.D., D.P.H. 1900. F.R.C.P. F.S.A. Kirkes Sch. and Gold 

Medal 1896, Lawrence Sch. and Gold Medal 1897, St. Bart's 

Hosp. School Med. Off., Birmingham Educ. Cte. ; Lecturer, 

Birmingham Univ. ; Sanitary Adviser, Rugby Sch. Capt. 

R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 1915—19, Suez Canal, and Suvla Bay 1915. 

Author, " History and Antiquities, York and District," " Guide 

to Pre-Historic Collections, National Museum," Copenhagen. 

Editor, " Historical Survey of Birmingham and Neighbourhood. 

Joint translator with H. A. Auden, Rathgen's " Preserva- 
tion of Antiquities " 1905. 42, Lordswood Rd., Harborne 

Birmingham. 
Bardswelli Arthur Hamilton Sept., 1880 -July, 1891 Hall. 

s. of C. W. Bardswell, The Beacon, Surbiton Hill Park. b. Jan. 

20, 1873. Honours, Final Law Exam. Solicitor, partner, 

Longueville & Co., Oswestry. Pte. 2nd Artists' Rifles (T.F.) 

1918 — 19. Oakley, Oswestry, Salop. 
Bolton, Ogden "Sept., 1886— July, 1887 Cross. 

s. of O. Bolton, Canton, Ohio, U.S.A. b. Feb. 9, 1872. 
Gopestake, John Goodall Sept., 1886 — Dec, 1888 Orchard. 

s. of the late S. G. Goodall Copestake, O.R. b. Mar. 17, 1872. 

F.XI. 1888. Mech. engineer. Elmwood, 40, Queen Mary 

Avenue, Glasgow 



126 FURNEAUX 1886 J 

Crozier, Thomas Francis Sept., 1886 — Apr., 1891 Orchard, 

s. of F. R. M. Crozier, Roebuck Hall, Dublin, b. Nov. 2, 1872. 
T.C.D. B.A. 1895. Univ. F.XI. 1892, 93, 94, 95. Solicitor 
and land agent. Avonmore, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin. 
Crozier, William Magee Sept., 1886 — July, 1892 Orchard. 

br. of the above, b. Dec. 5, 1873. Exh. F.XI. 1891. XI. 
1892. T.C.D., Exh. 1894, Sen. 1895. Jun. Mod. 1896. B.A. 
1897. Bar. Lt. R. Inniskilling Fus. (T.F.) France 1915. K. 
in A. at Thiepval, July 1, 1916. 
Deacon, Charles Edward Bourne Sept., 1886 — Apr., 1892 Mitre, 
s. of Rev. J. C. H. Deacon, b. Feb. 28, 1873. Exh. Owen's 
Coll., 1892. Selwyn Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1897. 
H.O. C. of Yeovil 1921. 13, Newton Rd., Yeovil. 
Dickinson, William Henry Sept., 1886 — Dec, 1889 Latham. 

s. of the late I. G. Dickinson, b. Apr. 11, 1872. Edin. Univ. 
M.B., Ch.B. 1898. F.l.C, 1912. Fellow, Bombay Univ. 
1904 ; Chem. An. to Govt. Bombay, and Prof. Chem. G.M.C. 
Lt.-Col. I.M.S. c/o Thos. Cook & Son, E.C.4. 
Dobbyn, Alexander Macmanus Rowan 

Sept., 1886— Oct., 1889 |.H.G. 

s. of G. H. W. Dobbyn, Fahun, Co. Donegal, b. Aug. 15, 1873. 
County Insp., R.I. Constab. Monaghan. 
Elliott, Gilbert Gervase Sept., 1886 — July, 1892 Brook, 

s. of Rev. Canon C. J. Elliott, b. Feb. 26, 1873. Exh. Pemh. 
Coll., Camb., Exh. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1895. M.A. 1899. 
Wells Theol. Coll. V. of St. John's Limehouse, 1905 ; V. of 
St. Alban, Fulham 1911 ; V. of St. Bartholomew's, Brighton, 
1918. H.O. 87, London Rd., Brighton. 
Forbes, Archibald Jones Sept., 1886 — Dec, 1891 Brook, 

s. of A. C. Forbes, Whitchurch, Reading, b. Jan. 15, 1873. 
F.XI. 1891. S. Wales Borderers 1893. Royal Ni^cr Oo.'s 
Exp., 1898 — 99, Despatches, D.S.O. S.A. War, Despatches. 
Died of dysentry at Klerksdorp, May 13, 1901. 
Gibb, Robert Hamilton Sept., 1886— July, 1891 J.H.G. 

s. of J. Gibb. b. Aug. 6, 1873. Farmed in Canada and N. 
Zealand, d. in Jamaica, May 21, 1908. 
Green, Harold Sept., 1886 — Apr., 1890 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. C. S. Green, Trinity Parsonage, Buxton, b. Oct. 23, 
1871. C.C.C., Camb. B.A. 1893. Missionary, American 
H.O. Lukanyisweni, Palmerton P.O., Pondoland East, S. 
Africa. 
Griffiths, Alfred Cornforth Sept., 1886— Dec, 1889 J.H.G. 

s. of A. H. Griffiths, J. P., Thornbury, Woodbourne Rd., 
Edgbaston. b. May 19, 1872. Stockbroker. Special Con- 
stable during war. 104, Colmore Row, Birmingham. 
Hartley, Holliday Sept., 1886 — July, 1890 Hall, 

s. of Mrs. Hartley, East Skirbeck House, Boston, b. Mar. 8, 
1873. Solicitor. Lt. R. 1st Devon Yeo. 1915 — 17. Lord of 
the Manor of Chaffcombe ; j.P. Chaff combe House, Chard, 
Somerset. 
Heathcote, Frank Augustus George Sept., 1886 — Apr., 1889 Brook. 
s. of Rev. Thomas Heathcote. b. Sept. 21, 1871. F.XI. 1888. 
Jesus Coll., Camb. Land agent. Folkingham, Lines. 
Hewetson, James Sept., 1886— July, 1892 Hall, 

s. of Rev. J. Hewetson, Measham Vic, Atherstone. b. Sept. 
28, 1872. F.XI. 1890, 91. XI. 1891. Capt. 1892. Trim 
Coll., Ox. 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1894. B.A., 3rd CI. Litt. Hum., 
1896. M.A. 1899. Headmaster, Queen Elizabeth Grammar 
School, Gainsborough. 



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Hodgkinson, George Edmund Sept., 1886 — Dec, 1889 Hall. 

s. of G. Hodgkinson, Dee Hills, Chester, b. Sept. 10, 1871. 

Solicitor. 124, Chancery Lane, W.C. 2, and Artillery Mansions, 

Victoria St., S. W.l. 
Hopkins, Lewis Egerton Sept., 1886 — July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of T. Hopkins, Limber Grange, Ulceby. b. Jan. 21, 1873. 

R.M.A. Woolwich, passed out 10th. R.E. 1892. Served with 

20th and 39th Divn. France 1914 — 17, Despatches 3 times, 

D.S.O. ; South Persia 1918, East Persia 1918—19, O.B.E. ; 

Afghan War Medal 1919 ; Lt.-Col. 1920. Jun. United Service 

Club, Charles St., S.W.I, and cjo Cox &> Co., 16, Charing Cross, 

S.W.I. 
Howey, Arthur Edward Wintal Sept., 1886 — July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of Maj. Howey, Coleshill House, Amersham. b. June 15, 

1872. Downton Agric. Coll. 
Jackson, Charles Nevill Sept., 1886 — July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of B. B. Jackson, Thearne Hall, Beverley, b. Dec. 21, 1872. 

Solicitor. Coroner for Holderness. 5, Parliament St., Hull, 

and Grovehill, Filey, E. Yorks. 
Lewis, Gerald William Sept., 1886— Apr., 1891 Latham. 

s. of S. Lewis, Grosvenor House, VValthamstow. b. Apr. 20, 

1872. Exh. C.C.C., Camb. B.A. 1895. Hallcliffe House, 
Parwich, A shboume. 

Martin, Charles Picton Sept., 1886 — July, 1890 Latham. 

s. of Ven. Archd. Martin, b. July 31, 1872. Exh. Durh. 

Univ. 1890. Electrical engineer. 8, Victoria St., S.W.I, and 

Woodmanton, Hutton, Brentwood. 
Norman, William Henry. Sept., 1886 — July, 1888 Orchard. 

s. of W. Norman, The Lings, Sefton Pk., Liverpool, b. Oct. 

15, 1871. Broker and merchant, Liverpool. Cambrian View, 

Oldfield Rd., Heswall, nr. Birkenhead. 
Reuss, Anton B. Sept., 1886— Apr., 1889 Priory. 

s. of J. C. A. Reuss, The Cottage, Ditton Hill. b. Oct. 1, 1872. 

39, Crulched Friars, E.C. 
Rlgby, Walter Sept., 1886— Apr., 1888 J.H.G. 

s. of J. Rigby, 1, Riversdale Rd., Aigburth. b. Mar. 14, 1872. 

Farming in Canada. 
Robinson, Thomas Chambers Sept., 1886 — July, 1891 Hall. 

s. of A. I. Robinson, Clitheroe Castle, Clitheroe. b. Jan. 9, 

1873. F.XI. 1890. XL 1891. Oriel Coll., Ox. Assn. Foot- 
ball Blue 1893. B.A., 2nd CI. Jurisp., 1895. M.A. 1898. 
Honours Final Law Exam. 1898. Capt. 4th E. Lan. Regt. 
(T.F.) 1914; D.A.A.G. 10/16; A. A. & Q.M.G. 6/17; Egypt and 
Gallipoli 1914—16; Egypt, Palestine and Syria 1916—19, 
Despatches twice ; D.S.O., T.D. ; Order of Nile, 3rd CI. ; 
Lt.-Col. 1920. Solicitor. Green House, Balderstone, near 
Blackburn. 

Smallwood, Arthur William Sept., 1886 — July, 1892 J.H.G. 

s. of the late Rev. G. A. Smallwood, O.R. b. Mar. 24, 1873. 
Sch. 1888. C.C.C., Ox., Sch. 1891. 1st CI. Class. Mods. 1894. 
B.A., 2nd CI. Litt. Hum., 1896. Prox. ace for Gaisford P. 
Admiralty 1896 ; Asst. Dir., Navy Contracts 1912—17 ; Dep. 
Dir., Navy Contracts 1917—21 ; Dir., Greenwich Hosp. 1921. 
C.B.E. Farnham Lodge, Burnham, Bucks. 

Smith, Maxwell Homfray Sept., 1886 — July, 1889 Brook, 

afterwards Maxwell- Gumbleton. s. of Hon. E. T. Smith, 
Puisne Judge, Jamaica, b. June 17, 1872. Peterhouse, 
Camb. B.A. 1894. M.A. 1898. D.D. 1918. V. of Colerne 
1898, Rector 1902—04 ; V. of Chippenham 1904—16 ; R. of 
Hardenhuish 1908 ; Chap., High Sheriff of Wilts. 1908, 10 ; 



128 FURNEAUX 1886 



Hon. Canon of Bristol 1910—16 ; R.D. of Chippenham 1912 — 
16 ; Bishop of Ballarat 1917. Bishop's Court, Ballarat, 

Australia, and Twyning Manor, Tewkesbury, Glos. 
Stewart, John Henry Keith Sept., 1886 — July, 1891 Brook. 

s. of Lt.-Gen. J. M. Stewart, LA. b. Aug. 31, 1872. Passed 

2nd into R.M.C. Sandhurst 1891. I.S.C. 1893. N.W. Frontier, 
1897—98, Medal with Clasp. Tirah, 1897—98, Clasp. 39th 

Garhwal Rifles, Maj. 1910; France 1914 — 15; Mesopotamia 
1916—17, and 1918—19; Despatches 5 times, D.S.O. Bt. 

Lt.-Col. 1916, Bt. Col. 1917; Iraq 1920—21, Despatches, 

C.B. French Croix de Guerre, Panamanian Medal " La 

Solidaridad " 2nd CI. Col. 1920. c/o H.S. King & Co., 9, 

Pall Mall, S.W.I. 
Tomllnson, Arthur Sherratt Sept., 1886 — July, 1890 Priory. 

s. of the late H. G. Tomlinson, O.R. b. Jan. 11, 1873. Clare 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1894. MA. Mus. B. 1898. F.R.C.O. 1901. 

Wellington Coll., Berks. 
Tomson, Charles Maughan Sept., 1886 — July, 1891 Cross. 

s. of J. J. Tomson, The Chalet, King's Norton, b. Oct. 28, 

1872. 11, St. Mark's Rd., Leamington Spa. 
Utterton, John Arthur Sept., 1886 — Apr., 1889 Mitre. 

s. of the late J. L. Utterton, O.R. b. May 26, 1872. S.A. 

War, Duke of Edin. Rifles. Cape Mounted Police 1903 — 05. 
Whitehead, John James Sept., 1886— Apr., 1888 Orchard. 

s. of the late J. Whitehead, Hale Carr, Cheshire, b. Aug. 19, 

1871. Victoria Univ., Manchester. S.A. War 1901 — 02, Capt. 

5th Lanes. Fus., Queen's Medal (4 Clasps). Zulu Rebellion 

1906, Natal Rangers, Medal with Clasp. Lt.-Col. Comdg. 17th 

The Manchester Regt., France 1915, Despatches, D.S.O. 

British Vice Consul. Lemberg, Poland, and Brindle Lodge, nr. 

Preston, Lanes. 
Wilkinson, Waldemar Bernard Sept., 1886— Apr., 1888 J.H.G. 

s. of John Wilkinson, F.R.C.S., Hull. b. Nov. 12, 1871. 

Training Ship " Conway," Lt. K.N. Lieut. Comdr., " Kin 

fauns Castle," R.N.R. 1914; Comdr. H.M.S. "Challenger" 

1915; Lent to Australian Navy 1916 — 19; Despatches; 

Capt. R.N. 1919, retired. Joined R. Australian Navy as Comdr. 

H.M.A.S. " Tingira," Rose Bay, Sydney, Australia. 
Adams, Frank Pemberton fan., 1887 — Apr., 1890 Cross. 

s. of W. Adams, The Oaks, Wolstanton. 1>. Apr. 3, 1872. 

Silk and braid manufacturer, d. Nov. 5, 1919. 
Brittain, Henry Ernest Jan., 1887— Feb., 1888 J.H.G. 

s. of W. H. Brittain, Storth Oaks, Sheffield, b. Dec. L'4, 1873. 

Wore. Coll., Ox. B..V, Law, 1896. M.A. 1898. Bar, Inner 

Temple, 1897. Founded The Pilgrims' Chib 1902. Vice-Pres. 

1918; originated and organised 1st Imperial Press Conference 

1909, elected only Hon. Life Member Empire Press Union; 

(hm. Arrangements Cte. 2nd Conference. Canada 1920; lion. 

DLL. (McGill) ; special mission U.S.A. 1915; I'res., Brit. 

Internat. Assorn. of Journalists 1920 22. Publications : 

" Canada," " There and Back," " To Verdun from the Somme," 

" America and the German Menace." K.B.E. ; M.P. for Acton 

since 1918. Carlton, Bath, and Pilgrims' Clubs, and 2, Cowley 

St., Westminster. 
Bryant, Frederick Edward Jan., 1887— July, 1891 J.H.G. 

s. of A. C. Bryant, b. Aug. 31, 1872. XL 1890, 91. F.XI. 

1890. Clare Coll., Camb. 423, Forest Avenue, Oak Park, 

Illinois, U.S.A. 
Daniell, Donald Eckford Jan., 1887— Dec, 1888 Hall. 

s. of C. A. Daniell, I.C.S. b. Sept. 2, 1872. R.M.C. Sand- 



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hurst 1891. F.M.S., C.S. 1893—97. Assam Commn. 1900—04. 
Fruit and flower farming. Grangebank, Shanklin, I. of Wight. 
Gee, Alfred Verity Hulton Jan., 1887 — July, 1888 Mitre. 

s. of Mrs. Gee, 5, Prince's Gardens, Clapham Common, b. 
Mar. 30, 1873. 
Hodgson, Frederick Creighton Jan., 1887— Dec, 1890 Mitre, 
s. of H. Hodgson, Field House, Workington, b. July 19, 1872. 
Of Waresley, Sandy, d. Apr. 3, 1912. 
Horsfall, William Miles Jan., 1887— Apr. 1890 J.H.G. 

s. of A. Horsfall, Formby, Liverpool. b. Dec. 23, 1871. 
M.I.E.E. 7, Redcross St., Liverpool. 
Lewis, Guy Granville Jan. 1887— Apr. 1888 J.H.G. 

s. of T. Lewis, 16, Green St., Park Lane, W. b. Dec. 21, 1871. 
Moncreiff, James Arthur Fitz-Herbert 

Jan., 1887 — July, 1891 Cross, 

succeeded father as 4th Baron Moncreiff, 1913. b. July 19, 
1872. New Coll., Ox. B.A. 1896. Ox. Golf Team. Tullie- 
bole Castle, Co. Kinross. 
Newbold, John Corden Jan., 1887— July, 1892 Orchard, 

s. of J. W. Newbold, Borrowash, Derby, b. Aug. 16, 1873. 
Leaving Exh. 1892. Clare Coll., Camb. Solicitor, d. Dec, 
1900. 
Philpots, Edward Arthur Jan., 1887— Apr., 1889 Latham. 

s. of E. P. Philpots, M.D. b. Oct. 1, 1871. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1892. M.A. 1905. B.Sc Lond. 1905. Headmaster, 
Salisbury Sch. 1906 — 16. Sci. Master, Felsted 1916. Felsled 
School, Essex. 
Pruen, Frederick Hamilton Jan., 1887 — July, 1891 Latham, 
s. of Rev. H. B. Pruen. b. Apr. 21, 1872. Late Sec, Armstrong 
Coll., 1899. Hon. M.A. Durham 1909. Sunnymede, Church 
Rd., Hove, Sussex. 
Rhodes, George Basil Jan., 1887— Apr., 1890 J.H.G. 

s. of F. P. Rhodes, Finningley Park, Bawtry. b. May 1, 1872. 
d. Mar. 6, 1902. 
Rhys, Richard Lewellin Jan., 1887 — July, 1890 Latham. 

s. of R. Rhys, Caerau Park, Newport, b. Oct. 25, 1871. 
Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1893. M.A. 1899. R. of Llanmartin 
1902—10. Llanishen Vic, Cardiff. 
Scholes, George Ernest Jan., 1887 — Dec, 1888 Priory. 

s. of J. Scholes, Clough House, Huddersfield. b. Feb. 17, 1872. 
Shaw, William Pilkington Jan., 1887— July, 1891 Hall, 

s. of H. Shaw, Whitehall, nr. Buxton, b. Jan. 3, 1874. F.XI. 
1889. Accidentally shot, Dec 13, 1898. 
Taylor, Ernest James Jan., 1887— July, 1889 Orchard, 

s. of Staveley Taylor, Oaklands, Grassendale. b. Oct. 17, 1872. 
Cotton merchant. 112, Water St., Boston, U.S.A. 
Colvile, Fiennes Maurice Feb., 1887 — July, 1890 Brook. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. Colvile. b. Mar. 21, 1872. S. Staffs. Regt. 
1900; Capt. R. Garr. Regt. 1902; S.A. War, 1901—02, 
Medal (4 Clasps) ; S. Lan. Regt. 1905 ; France 1914—15 ; 
prisoner of war 1915 ; Major, retired. The Holt, Sheringham, 
Norfolk, and c/o Holt & Co., 3, Whitehall PL, S.W.I. 
Hill, Edmund Rowley Feb., 1887 — Dec, 1890 Mitre, 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Sodor and Man. b. Feb. 19, 1873. 
Engineer and manager, Reading Electric Supply Co., resigned 
1914. 
Anderson, Stuart James Apr., 1887 — July, 1890 Cross, 

s. of Gen. D. G Anderson, Ringwood, Hants, b. Jan. 10, 1873. 
Chartered accountant. Expert of Philately. 8, Cambridge 
St., Hyde Park, W.2. 



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Barrows, Joseph Ernest Apr., 1887 — ■June, 1887 Cross, 

s. of J. Barrows, Ferndale, Harborne Rd., Edgbaston. 

Galdicott, Cecil Bolton Apr., 1887— July, 1891 Latham, 

s. of J. U. Caldicott, Netherwood, Hereford, b. Oct. 30, 1872. 
C.C.C., Ox. B.A. 1895. M.A. 1899. V. of Hanley William, 
Worcs. 1909—13. Lt. (t) and Asst. Adjt., 1st Vol. Bn. Here- 
fordshire Regt. 1918. H.O. Catmore House, nr. Wantage, 
Berks. 

Carpenter, John Peers Boyd- Apr., 1887— July, 1889 Hall, 
s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Ripon. b. Nov. 30, 1871. St. Cath.'s 
Coll., Camb. F.R.G.S. Late Lt. 2nd R. Scots Fus. ; S. A. War, 
1090—02, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps). 
Asst. Polit. Sec, Headquarter Staff, Pretoria, Asst. Commr., S. 
Nigeria. 3rd R. Scots Fus., S.R. ; Capt. 1911 ; France 1914— 
15; retired. 35, Onslow Gardens, S.W.7. 

Dixon, George Thomas Apr., 1887— Apr., 1890 Priory, 

s. of G. M. Dixon, Bradley Hall, Ashbourne, b. Mar. 25, 1873. 
Superintending Inspr. M. of Agric. Startforth Cottage, Barnard 
Castle. 

Elkington, Ernest Howard Armstrong 

Apr., 1887— Dec, 1889 J.H.G. 

s. of the late H. Elkington. b. Oct. 29, 1871. B.E. Africa 
1905. Corpl. E. African Vet. Corps. 1915 ; Commission, E. 
African Supply Corps., German E. A. 1915 — 19. Farming. 
Kamite Plains, P.O. Box 202, Nairobi, Kenya Colony. 

Glynn, Edward Francis Apr., 1887 — July, 1891 Brook. 

s. of E. Glynn, Harcourt Terrace, S.W. b. Oct. 30, 1872. 
Mert. Coll., Ox. B.A. S.A. War with C.I.V. Mtd. Infy. 
Medal (5 Clasps). R.F.A. (T.F.) 1909; India 1914—17, 
France 1917 ; Major, retired. Labour Registration Offr., 
Thwaites Bros., Bradford. 4, Tarn Villas, Ilkley. 

Graeme, Malcolm Orchill Apr., 1887— July, 1888 Hall, 

s. of Col. C. E. Graeme, R. Munster Fus. b. July, 1872. 

Hinde, Frank Caley Apr., 1887— July, 1889 Hall, 

s. of F. P. Hinde, The Fernery, Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich, b. 
July 16, 1872. Silk manufacturer. Brockenhurst, Quebec Rd., 
Norwich. 

Hopkins, Harry Lionel Apr., 1887— Apr., 1889 Brook, 

s. of C. Hopkins, 27, St. Aubyns, Hove, Sussex, b. Jan. 27, 
1873. Stockbroker. 51, Denmark Villas, Hove, Sussex. 

Hutchinson, Donald Henry Apr., 1887— Apr., 1891 Mitre, 

s. of Col. J. B. Hutchinson, b. Aug. 9, 1873. M.B., CM. 1896. 
M.D. Edin. 1898. Lt. {t) R.A.M.C, Mesopotamia 1916—17, 
Despatches. Surg., Lowestoft Hosp. Stanwood, Kirkley Park 
Rd., Lowestoft. 

Lamb, Arthur Moore Apr., 1887— Apr., 1891 J.H.G. 

s. of W. J. Lamb, Birkdale. b. Feb. 12, 1873. Mining engineer. 
Jun. Carlton Club, and Eskdale, Birkdale, Southport. 

Lecky, John Gage Apr., 1887— July, 1892 Brook. 

s. of the late Col. G. Lecky, LA. b. July 19, 1872. F.XI. 
1889, 90, Capt. 1891. Played for Army 1895, 96, 97, Capt. 
1904. Member, Army F.A. Committee, and represented same 
on Scottish Football Council 1907, 08, 09. Leics. Regt. 1894. 
A.S.C. 1895. S.A. War, 1899—1902, Queen's Medal (4 Clasps), 
King's Medal (2 Clasps). R.A.S.C. France 1914—18, Des- 
patches 4 times, C.B.E. Col. 1920. Asst. Dir., S. and T., Brit. 
Army of the Rhine. Castleroe, Coleraine, Co. Derry. 

Maudslay, Guy Archibald Apr., 1887 — July, 1891 Cross, 

s. of Athol Maudslay. b. Mar. 8, 1873. F.XI. 1890. XI. 
1891. Hareway, Barford, Warwick. 



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Newman, Frederick John Apr., 1887— July, 1890 J.li.G. 

s. of Rev. F. W. Newman, b. May 20, 1872. Farming. 

Balgonie, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Priestley, Francis Vickerman Apr., 1887 — Dec, 1890 Priory. 

s. of J. Priestley, Bankfield, Huddersfield. b. Nov. 3, 1874. 

2nd Lt. (*) 7th N. Staff. Regt. 7/15 ; Capt. 10/16 ; Galhpoli 

1915, Salonika, Egypt, Mesopotamia 1916 — 19, Despatches. 

Woollen manufacturer. Bankfield, Huddersfield. 
Robinson, Richard Hedley Apr., 1887 — June, 1887 Mitre. 

s. of T. W. U. Robinson, Hardwick Hall, Houghton-le-Spring. 

b. Jan. 28, 1874. 3rd Essex Regt. Lt. Died of enteric at 

Johannesburg, 1899. 
Tottenham, Percy Marmaduke Apr., 1887— Apr., 1891 J.H.G. 

s. of Capt. F. L. Tottenham, Coolmore, Crowboro'. b. Aug. 17, 

1873. R.I.E. Coll., Coopers Hill. Egyptian P.W. Dept. 1895. 

4th CI. Osmanieh 1900. 2nd CI. Medjidieh 1912. 2nd CI. Nile 

1915. C.B.E. 1919. Under Sec. of State for Public Works 

1920. Public Works Ministry, Cairo, and St. James' Club, 

Piccadilly, W.l. 
Woods, George Hubert Apr., 1887— Apr., 1890 Latham. 

s. of Col. T. Woods, Llandaff Place, nr. Cardiff, b. May 29, 

1872. Gen. Manager, H. Densham and Sons, Ltd., Red 

Cross St. Tannery, Bristol, and R. Automobile Club, Pall Mall, 

S.W.I. 
Bamford, William Sept., 1887— July, 1890 Orchard. 

s. of the late Isaac Bamford. b. July 2, 1873. Manchester 

Spl. Constab. 1914—19 ; Leader of Oldham Tpt. Sectn. of B.R. 

Cross Soc, E. Lanes. Br. Cotton spinner. Bridgecroft, Kent 

Rd., Harrogate. 
Barber, Thomas Gerrard Sept., 1887— July, 1893 Orchard. 

s. of R. Barber, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, b. June 18, 

1875. Trim Coll., Camb. B.A. 1896. M.A. 1899. F.R.A.S., 

R.D. of J3ulwell 1915, Canon of Southwell 1919. The Vic, 

Hucknall, Notts. 
Biggs, George Herbert Sept., 1887— July, 1891 Hall. 

s. of T. Biggs, Brentwood, b. Nov. 19, 1872. In Borneo 

1896—1900. d. at Fohtestone, Nov. 27, 1901. 
Bostock, Harry Sept., 1887 — Mar., 1888 Orchard. 

s. of E. Bostock, Stone, b. June 2, 1873. Manufacturer. 

P.O. Box 604, Sydney, N.S. Wales. 
Buckmaster, Walter Selby Sept., 1887— Apr., 1891 Mitre. 

s. of T. W. Buckmaster. b. Oct. 16, 1872. F.XI. 1890. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. Polo Blue 1892, 93, 94. English team 1903. 

Stockbroker. Moreton Manor, Moreton Morrell, Warwick. 
Glegg, Norman Benson Sept., 1887 — Apr., 1891 Cross. 

s. of B. W. Clegg. b. Nov. 28, 1872. Lt. (t) R.A.S.C. 1914, 

France 1915 — 18, Palestine, and France 1918, Germany 1919, 

Major 1915. Despatches twice, D.S.O. Stockbroker. 20, 

Capthall Ave., E.C.2, and 18, Earl's Terrace, Kensington, 

W.8. 
Gorbett, Charles Clarence Sept., 1887— Dec, 1892 Orchard. 

s. of Capt. Frank Corbett. b. July 24, 1873. F.XI. 1891. 

Capt. 1892. 2nd Durh. L.I. 1894. d. in India, Jan. 20, 1896. 
Gowburn, Allen Hugh Sept., 1887— July, 1890 Mitre. 

s. of Capt. A. Cowburu, R.N. b. Mar. 29, 1873. Late N.W. 

Mounted Police, Imp. Yeo., and Cape Mounted Rifles, d. at 

Trinidad, Jan. 13, 1909. 
Ellis, Charles Bower Radclyffe Sept., 1887— July, 1892 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. A. A. Elhs. b. Oct. 9, 1873. Exh. Sch. 1889. 

Leaving Exh. Trin. Coll., Camb. Sizar 1892. Sch. 1893. 



32 FURNEAUX 1887 



Abbott Sch. 1893. B.A., 1st CI. Class., 1895. Bar, Inner 

Temple 1905. Ministry of Health, Whitehall, S.W.J. 
Etherlngton Smith, Harry Launcelot 

Sept., 1887— July, 1893 Hall. 

s. of J. H. Etherington Smith, O.R., East Ella, Putney, S.W. 

b. Feb. 24, 1874. Sch. 1889. Leaving Exh. Univ. Coll., Ox. 

O.U.B.C. Trial Eights 1896. B.A. 1897. M.A. Capt. (*) 

and Q.M., R.A.M.C. ; France 1914—19, Despatches, O.B.E. 

L.R.I. B.A. 12, The Royal Avenue, Chelsea, S.W.3. 
Gandy, George Edward Paxton Sept., 1887 — July, 1890 Cross. 

s. of Capt. Gandy, Old Court, Waterford, Ireland. 1). Dec 9, 

1873. Formerly farming in U.S.A. 
Gandy, Charles William Douglas Sept., 1887— July, 1890 Cross. 

br. of the above, b. Nov. 22, 1874. 
Glover, William Grey Sept., 1887— Apr., 1890 Hall. 

s. of J. G. Glover, M.D. b. Apr. 22, 1873. A.B., R.N. 1916— 

18 ; H.M.S. " Vanguard," Jutland ; Lt. R.N.V.R. 1918—19. 

Solicitor. St. Mary's Chambers, 14, St. Mary Axe, E.C., and 

Shirley, Walton-on-the-Hill, Surrey. 
Harrison, Louis Kenneth Sept., 1887 — July, 1889 Hall. 

s. of J. E. Harrison, Riversdale, Buxton, b. Dec. 19, 1871. 

Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A., Nat. Sci., 1893. M.B., 

B.Ch. 1897. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Ex. Pres. Leicester Med. 

Soc. Bt. Col. and Lt.-Col. R.A.M.C. (T.F.) O.C. 5th N. Gen. 

Hosp. 1914—19, Mentioned twice, C.B.E. 2, Springfield Rd., 

Leicester. 
Harvey, Arthur Willoughby Sept., 1887 — Mar., 1889 Latham. 

s. of C. Harvey, Sharrow Mount, Sheffield, b. Jan. 3, 1874. 
Head, Frederick Waldegrave Sept., 1887— July, 1891 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. Canon Head. b. Apr. 18, 1874. Exh. 1887. Emm. 

Coll., Camb. 1893. B.A., 1st CI. Hist., 1896. Lightfoot 

Sch., and Whewell Sch. 1897, Prince Consort P., and Seeley 

Medal, M.A. 1900. Fellow 1900, Sen. Fellow. 1906. Sen. 

Tutor and Chap. 1907—21. T.C.F. 1916—19; Sen. Chap. 

Guards Divn., M.C. and Bar. Chaplain to H.M. the King 192l> ; 

V. of Christ Church, Greenwich 1922. Christ Church Vic, 7, 

Westcombe Pk. Rd., S.E.3 
Heywood, Cyril Percival Sept., 1887 — Apr., 1890 Mitre. 

s. of the late B. A. Heywood, O.R. b. Apr. 2, 1873. Univ. 

Coll., Durh. B.A. 1898. M.A. 1903. Ridley Hall, Camb. 

1898. V. of Titley 1903. R. of Holbrook, Suffolk 1908—10. 

Soldiers' Christian Assocn., France 1915 — 19. H.O. The 

Vic, Wickham Market, Suffolk. 
Hobart, Edward Herbert Sept., 1887— Apr., 1890 J.H.G. 

s. of N. T. Hobart, M.D., 33, South Mall, Cork. b. Oct. 22, 1872. 

9th K.R. Rifle Corps. Hon. Capt. 1901. Prov. Commr., Gold 

Coast, retired. 6, Major Terrace, Seaton, Devon. 
Kaye, Alexander Sept., 1887 — Apr., 1891 Cross. 

s. of W. Kaye, O.R. b. Oct. 2, 1873. Gonv. and Caius Coll., 

Camb. Mining engineer. 1670, Alberni St., Vancouver, B. 

Columbia. 
Kinnear, Francis Henry Sept., 1887 — Apr., 1888 Hall. 

s. of Rev. H. G. Kinnear. b. Aug. 24, 1875. In B.W.I. 
Lees, James Kenworthy Sept., 1887 — Dec, 1891 Brook. 

s. of James Lees, New Zealand, b. Aug. 6, 1874. Master 

cotton spinner. J. P. for County Lancaster. Park House, 

Shaw, Oldham 
Lewis, Evan David Sept., 1887— July, 1891 Latham. 

s. of Evan Lewis, Llandaff. b. Aug. 8, 1873. Clare Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1894. Solicitor. Trooper, Otago Mntd. Rifles 



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8/14, Egypt and Gallipoli 1915, France 1916 — 18, M.M. Post 
Office, Dunedin, N.Z. 

Malaher, Arthur Ernest Sept., 1887— Apr., 1890 Cross, 

s. of Rev. W. E. Malaher. b. Oct. 24, 1872. L.M.S.S.A. Lond., 
F.R.I. P.H. Member, Selborne Soc. Government Medical 
Officer. Nambour, N.C. Line, Queensland, Australia. 

Marshall, Charles Cuthbert Sept., 1887 — Apr., 1892 Priory, 
s. of H. J. Marshall, Gayton Hall, Ross-on-Wye. b. Dec. 10, 

1872. Exh. Camborne Sch. of Mines. S.A. War, served with 
Loch's Horse, Medal. M.I.M.E. d. in Rhodesia, Dec. 20, 1910. 

Mather, John Wilfrid Sept., 1887— July, 1891 Cross. 

s. of Rev. F. A. Mather, b. Jan. 3, 1873. R. Inniskilling Fus., 

resigned 1899. Farmed in Costa Rica. 2nd Lt. (/) C.E.F. 

1914; Capt. (/) 6th N. Lanes. Regt. 1914, Gallipoli 1915, 

Despatches. K. in A., Aug. 10, 1915. 
Morris, Edward Harold Sept., 1887— July, 1891 Brook. 

s. of Rev. T. D. Morris. b. July 6, 1874. Exh. 1887. 

A.M.I.C.E. 1900. Lt. (/) R.E., 1917—19, France 1918. Dist. 

Engineer, L. & N.W. Ry., Fleetwood Harbour and Dock. 95, 

Bold St., Fleetwood, Lanes. 
Newton, Hugh Goodwin Sept. 1887 — Apr., 1890 Cross. 

s. of T. H. G. Newton, Barrells Park, Henley -in- Arden. b. 

Mar. 14, 1873. Univ. Coll., Ox. B.A. Bar, Inner Temple. 

Riverside, California, U.S.A. 
Owen, Arthur John Sept., 1887— Apr., 1891 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. J. S. Owen. b. Apr. 11, 1874. Engineer, c/o 

London & Brazilian Bank Ltd., 7, Tokenhouse Yard, E.C.2. 
Pelrson, George Herbert Sept., 1887— Dec, 1890 Hall. 

s. of G. B. Peirson, Baldersby. b. Dec. 15, 1872. F.XI. 1889, 

90. Land agent. Baldersby, Ripon. 
Peppercorn, John Arthur Sept., 1887 — July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of J. H. F. Peppercorn, Eaton Socon, St. Neots. b. Apr. 16, 

1873. R.A.C. Cirencester, d. Dec. 23, 1915. 

Prince, Edgar Stephen Sept., 1887 — July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of J. W. Prince, Brickwood, Croydon, b. Mar. 22, 1873. d. 

July 27, 1921. 
Rogers, William Henry Sept., 1887— Apr., 1889 J.H.G. 

s. of H. Rogers, Bickford Grange, Penkridge, Staffs, b. Nov. 

23, 1872. Pte., 30th R. Fus., Sergt. R.D.C. till 1919. Metal 

broker. Bickford Grange, Penkridge, Staffs. 
Savage, Percy Hill Sept., 1887— Dec, 1889 Hall. 

s. of W. Savage, Woodford Lodge, Woodford, Essex, b. Mar. 

19, 1876. South African merchant. Trebetherick, St. Minver, 

Cornwall. 
Simpson, Harrison Alderson Sept., 1887 — July, 1890 Cross. 

s. of J. Simpson, Mayfield, Ashbourne, b. Apr. 11, 1873. XI. 

1890. Sunny side, Mayfield, Ashbourne. 
Taylor, Horace Lisle Sept., 1887 — Dec, 1890 Cross. 

s. of W. Taylor, M.D., J. P., Llandaff. b. May 31, 1872. Lt. 

(/) R.G.A. 1914 — 19. Brewer. Berkeley House, Tetbury, Glos. 
Tweedie, Kenneth Digby Sept., 1887 — Dec, 1890 Priory. 

s. of A. F. Tweedie, Rolvenden, Kent. b. Mar. 10, 1873. 

A.M.I. M.E. Loco.-Supt. Chinese Imperial Rys. d. Feb. 17, 

1910. 
Watson, Joseph Sept., 1887— July, 1890 Hall. 

Created Baron Manton of Compton Verney, 1922. s. of G. 

Watson, West Grove, Far Headingley, Leeds, b. Feb. 10, 1873. 

Chn., Joseph Watson & Sons, Leeds. Dir., Lanes, and Yorks. 

Ry. d. Mar. 13, 1922. 



134 FURNEAUX 1887 



Wauchope, Arthur Grenfell Sept., 1887 — Doc, 1892 Brook. 

s. of D. B. Wauchope, 24, Moray PL, Edinburgh, b. Mar. 1, 
1874. 2nd Black Watch 1896. S.A. War, 1899—1902, 
severely wounded, while A.-D.-.C. to Gen. Wauchope, Des- 
patches, Queen's Medal with Clasp, King's Medal (2 Clasps), 
D.S.O. Commanded 2nd Black Watch, France and Mesopo- 
tamia ; commanded 34th Bde. 1917 — 20, Despatches 5 times, 
C.M.G., CLE. ; commanding 1st British Bde. in Silesia 1921 — 
22 ; Major 1914 ; Bt. Lt.-Col. 1915 ; Bt. Col. 1916. 24, Moray 
Place, Edinburgh, and c\o Cox &> Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Yorke, Hon. Claud John Sept., 1887— July, 1889 Mitre, 

s. of Rt. Hon. Earl Hardwicke. b. Oct. 17, 1872. Architect. 
38, Park St., Grosvenor Sq., W.l. 

Turbett, Charles Morton Oct., 1887— Apr., 1892 Priory, 

s. of G. W. Turbett, Owenstown, Dundrum. b. Jan. 23, 1875. 
Dairy farm. Owenstown, Dundrum, Co. Dublin. 

Balfour, Ernest Roxburgh Jan., 1888 — Dec, 1888 Hall, 

s. of Mrs. Balfour, Dawyck, Stobo, N.B. b. Sept. 11, 1874. 
Edin. Acad., Univ. Coll., Ox. Football Blue 1893, 94. Capt. 
1895. Ox. Boat 1896, 97. d. Aug. 27, 1897. 

Bruce, Montague William John Jan., 1888 — Dec, 1890 Latham, 
s. of Ven. Archd. W. C. Bruce, b. Jan. 19, 1873. Oriel Coll., 
Ox. B.A. 1893. M.A. 1900. R. of Knipton, Lines. 1906 ; 
R. of Llanvaches 1910 — 19. H.O. Turgoose, Saarich, Van- 
couver, B.C. 

Cory, Harry Tom Sargent Jan., 1888 — July, 1889 Mitre, 

s. of T. Cory, Bagborough House, Taunton, b. Dec. 2, 1873. 
S.A. War, Paget's Horse. In S. Africa. 

Davidson, Gerard Markby Jan., 1888 — Apr., 1889 Priory, 

s. of Maj.-Gen. E. Davidson, R.E. b. Feb. 4, 1874. Clare Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1897. M.A. 1901. Lawn Tennis Blue 1897. 
Mi. Canon, Peterborough 1901 — 06 ; Dom. Chap, to Bp. of 
Peterborough 1905—06; V. of Higham Ferrers 1906—11; 
T.C.F. France 1917 — 18. Woodford Red., Thrapstone. 

Dobson, Richard Jan., 1888 — July, 1890 Orchard, 

s. of Joseph Dobson, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, b. July 28, 1873. 
d. at Bournemouth, Apr. 9, 1891. 

Glynn, Dashper Edward Jan., 1888— July, 1891 Orchard, 

s. of the late Dashper E. Glynn, b. Jan. 3, 1873. Shipowner. 
Churton Lodge, Churton, nr. Chester. 

Goodliffe, John Henry Jan., 1888 — July, 1889 Priory, 

s. of the late W. F. Goodliffe. b. Jan. 10, 1872. M.B., CM. 
1894. M.D., Aberdeen (Hnrs.) 1897. Govt. Med. Offr., 
Colonial M.S., retired. Capt. U.M.S. 1914 ; O.C. Hosp. and 
M.O. Depot, 4th K.A.R. Bombo, 1914 — 18. Despatches, c/o 
Mrs. Goodliffe, Lisle House, Bournemouth. 

Hadow, Frank Burness Jan., 1888 — July, 1892 Brook, 

s. of Rev. J. L. G. Hadow, O.R. b. Jan. 24, 1874. Trin. Coll., 
Ox. B.A. 1896. Wycliffe Hall 1896. M.A. 1900. Asst. 
Sec, C.M.S. 1903—05. C.M.S. Missn., S. Sudan 1905—8, 
Cairo 1908—9 ; Inc. Old Mission Ch., Calcutta 1909—22, 
Kaisar-i-Hind Medal, 2nd CI. 1919. Christ Church Vicarage, 
Everton, Liverpool. 

Haywood, Ralph Boughton Jan., 1888 — July, 1891 Orchard, 
s. of W. H. Haywood, Woodhurst, Rotherham. b. May 8, 1874. 
Maj. 1st Field Coy. R.E. (T.F.), France 1915--19. T.D. Lt.- 
Col. Res. Wine merchant. 23, Collegiate Crescent, Sheffield. 

Jayne, William Edward Jan., 1888 — July, 1890 J.H.G. 

s. of W. E. Jayne, Cwmbran House, Newport, b. Aug. 2, 1872. 
Engineer, killed by explosion on board ship, 1898. 



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Johnson, Percy Clarkson Jan., 1888 — Nov., 1888 Latham, 

s. of J. C. Johnson, b. Mar. 22, 1875. Late Capt. 6th Manches- 
ter Regt. S.A. War, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps). 2nd Lt. 8th 
Manchester Regt. (T.F.) 1914. K. in A. Dardanelles, May 16, 
1915. 
Loralne-Grews, Sydney Errington Jan., 1888 — July, 1891 Brook. 
s. of Capt. R. A. Loraine-Grews. b. Mar. 29, 1873. d. in 
Virginia 1898. 
Philips, George William Jan., 1888— July, 1891 Hall. 

s. of Rev. E. Philips, b. Apr. 7, 1873. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
Ely Theol. Coll. 1896. V. of France-Lynch 1903; R. of 
Checkley 1909. d. Dec. 16, 1920. 
Savage, Arthur Thomas Chambers Jan., 1888 — July, 1891 Cross. 
s. of T. Savage, J. P., Stoneleigh, Mansfield, b. Aug. 7, 1873. 
Mining engineer and manager, Tankersley Colliery, d. Apr. 
9, 1917. 
Sykes, Reginald Jan., 1888 — July, 1890 Priory, 

s. of J. Sykes, Percy Villas, Harrogate, b. Apr. 9, 1873. d. 
Mar. 11, 1896. 
Thompson, Charles Clayton Jan., 1888 — July, 1891 Hall. 

s. of Rev. G. Thompson, b. Mar. 26, 1873. Lt. (t) R.E. 1917 
— 19, Att. Works and Buildings, Air Min. F.R.I. B.A. 32. St. 
John Street, Lichfield. 
Darling, Henry William Feb., 1888— Feb., 1890 Latham, 

s. of J. Darling, Longdon Hall, Rugeley. b. July 30, 1873. 
2nd V.B. N. Staffs. Regt. Capt. Maltster, Bass & Co., Capt. 
25th Rifle Bde (T.F.) 1915—18. d. Nov. 4, 1921. 
Blake, William Guy May, 1888— July, 1890 Latham, 

s. of W. G. Blake, Mylnhurst, Sheffield, b. Nov. 5, 1873. 
Drowned at Highbridge, May 19, 1895. 
Bryant, Harold John May, 1888— July, 1893 J.H.G. 

s. of A. C. Bryant, b. Feb. 19, 1874. XL 1892, 93. Anglo- 
French Amb., France 1917 — 18, Croix de Guerre. The Wilder- 
ness, Kelmarsh, Northants. 
Butler, Charles Ernest Alfred French Somerset 

May, 1888— Dec, 1892 J.H.G. 

Succeeded his father as 7th Earl of Garrick 1909. b. Nov. 15. 

1873. Late K.O. YcrVs. L.I. Cr. Barcn Butler of Mt. Juliet, 

Co. Kilkenny 1912. Major and Bt. Lt.-Col. R.A.S.C. O.B.E. 

1918. J. P. and D.L. for Co. Kilkenny. Kildare St. Club, 

Dublin, and Belmont House, Hoddesdon, Herts. 

Carmichael, Robert William May, 1888 — July, 1891 Cross. 

s. of William Carmichael, M.D., R.N. b. Aug. 31, 1873. 

Owen's Coll., Manchester. Teaplanter in Ceylon, d. Feb. 

18, 1915. 

Clutterbuck, Robert William May, 1888 — July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. Clutterbuck. b. Aug. 4, 1872. d. Oct. 20, 1908. 

Forman, John Nairne May, 1888 — Dec, 1890 Hall. 

s. of John Forman, W.S., Edinburgh, b. June 18, 1873. The 

Grange, Staveley, Knaresborough. 

Gwilt, Robert May, 1888 — July, 1890 Brook. 

s. of Rev. R. Gwilt. b. May 2, 1873. d. June 17, 1902. 
Hollingworth, Edward William May, 1888 — July, 1892 Priory. 
s. of J. Hollingworth, Rearsby, Leicester, b. June 18, 1873. 
Pemb. Coll., Camb., Sch. B.A., 28th Wrangler, 1895. 1st CI. 
Mech. Sci. 1896. M.A. M.Inst. C.E. Rearsby, St. Peter's Rd., 
Broadstairs. 
Justice, Henry Arthur May, 1888 — Dec, 1889 Priory, 

s. of Col. F. J. Justice, Castleton, nr. Cardiff, b. June 22, 1873. 
In S. America. 



136 FURNEAUX 1888 

Ley, Henry Gordon May, 1888 — Apr., 1892 Orchard. 

Succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet 1916. s. of Sir Francis 
Ley, Bart. b. Mar. 12, 1874. Late Maj. S. Notts. Hussars ; 
War service 1914 — 16. J. P. for Derby and Derbys. Lazonby 
Hall, Cumberland. 

Marriott, Frank Stanley May, 1888 — July, 1891 Mitre, 

s. of J. Marriott, 32, Cranmer Street, Nottingham, b. Aug. 24, 
1873. 5, Third Avenue, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham. 

Muspratt, James Roland Liebig May, 1888 — Apr., 1893 J.H.G. 
s. of J. L. Muspratt, Kempton House, Rhyl. b. Sept. 16, 1874. 
Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1896. Solicitor. 

Noble, Stuart May, 1888— Dec, 1888 Hall, 

s. of J. Noble, Littleover, Derby, b. Mar. 18, 1873. Traveller 
for iron and steel merchant, d. June 28, 1921. 

Parker, John Herbert Affleck May, 1888 — Apr., 1892 Cross. 
s. of Col. Parker, Westgate Lodge, Warwick, b. Feb. 13, 1874. 
2nd Lt. 4th K.A.R. 10/16, German and Portuguese E. Africa 
1916 — 19, Despatches. Capt. 1919. Land agent. County 
Club, Worcester, and 3, Foregate St., Worcester. 

Pearson, John Westall May, 1888 — Dec, 1889 Brook. 

s. of Isaac Pearson, Balgray, Harley Rd., Hampstead. b. Nov. 
13, 1872. Chairman and managing director, The British Oil 
and Cake Mills Co., 29, Gt. St. Helens, E.C.3. and Manor House, 
Tunbridge Wells. 

Sparks, Hubert Conrad May, 1888 — Dec, 1890 Priory, 

s. of E. A. Sparks, b. Feb. 14, 1874. London Scottish 1914 ; 
France 1914 — 19, Despatches twice, C.M.G., D.S.O., M.C. ; 
Croix de Guerre (Palm) ; Col. T.F. Res. 1919. Consulting 
engineer. Suffolk House, Putney Hill, S.W.15. 

Speakman, Robert Percy May, 1888 — Apr., 1890 Brook. 

s. of Thomas Speakman, Middlewich. b. Sept. 29, 1873. 110, 
Loftus St., Leederville, W. Australia. 

Wheeler, Ralf May, 1888— Apr., 1890 Hall, 

s. of W. H. Wheeler, Wyncote, Boston, b. July 25, 1874. 
Drowned with his brother while yachting, June, 1896. 

Worthlngton, Frank Vigers May, 1888— July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of J. C. Worthington, Belcombe Brook, Bradford-on-Avon. 
b. Apr. 21, 1874. Served in Matabeleland Rebn. 1896, Medal. 
Rhodesian C.S. 1896 ; Sec. for Native Affairs ; Judge of 
Administrator's Ct., N. Rhodesia, retired 1914. Presented 
specimens of big game to School Museum. Dep. Chief (Postal) 
Censor, War Office 1915—19. O.B.E. 1919. Dep. Dir. Gen. 
(Awards) M. of Pensions 1919. C.B.E. 1920. Palmes d'Officier 
de l'Academie Francais 1920. F.R.G.S. F.R.C.I. F.Z.S. 
F. Afr. Soc. 20, Montpelier Sq., Knightsbridge, S.W.7. 

Richards, Bernard Ogilvie June, 1888 — July, 1893 Cross, 

s. of W. Richards, East Croft, Solihull, b. July 20, 1874, 
1st Worcs. Regt. 1895. S.A. War, 1899—1902, 2nd Mounted I., 
Despatches, Queen's Medal (6 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps), 
D.S.O. Maj. Res. of Off. c/o Cox &• Co., 16, Charing Cross, 
S.W.I. 

Clay, Ralph Elliot June, 1888— Dec, 1889 J.H.G. 

s. of Mrs. Clay, Old Penshaw House, Fence Houses, Co. 
Durham, b. July 1, 1872. 

Adams, William Gabriel Sept., 1888 — July, 1894 Cross, 

s. of J. S. Adams, 88, Holland Park, W. b. Aug. 16, 1875. 
F.XI. 1893, 94. Magd. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1898. Football Blue 
1896. 97. Capt. 1898. Stockbroker. 18, Old Broad St., 
E.C.2, and 9, Stafford Terrace, Kensington. W.9. 



1888 FURNEAUX 137 



Aslett, William Stacey Sept., 1888— Dec, 1889 Priory 

s. of W. S. Aslett, Wymeswold, Leicester. b. Jan. 15, 1872. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1897. 28, Victoria Park Rd., Leicester. 
Blagden, Arthur Basil Sept., 1888 — July, 1893 Priory. 

s. of Rev. Canon H. Blagden, 27, Kensington Ct. Mansions, W.8. 

b. Sept. 20, 1874. Exh. 1888. Sch. 1890. Trin. Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1896. Enlisted 9th Bn. A.I.F. 10/14 ; Gallipoli ; 2nd 

Lt. 6th Line. Regt. 4/16, 33rd, 47th, 44th, T.M.B., France 1916 

— -19, Despatches twice, M.C., Croix de Guerre avec Palme. 

New University Club, St. James' St. S.W.I. 
Cane, Elf eck Arthur Sept., 1888 — July, 1890 Orchard. 

s. of H. D. Cane, 19, Lee St., Louth, Lines, b. Jan. 26, 1874. 

Farming. Belac, Victoria, Australia. 
Clay, Wilfred Henry Sept., 1888— July, 1892 Brook. 

s. of the late C. J. Clay, Holly Bush, Burton-on-Trent. b. Feb. 

13, 1874. Exh. New Coll., Ox. B.A., 4th CI. Jurisp., 1895. 

2nd Lt. 6th N. Staffs. Regt. 9/14, Capt. 1916, France 1917—19. 

M.C. Engineer. Chelfham Mill, Stoke Rivers, N. Devon. 
Clucas, William Callister Sept., 1888— June, 1891 Cross. 

s. of J. T. Clucas: b. Nov. 13, 1873. Thornhill, Ramsay, 

I. of Man. 
Fernandes, Charles Bathurst Luis Sept., 1888 — Apr., 1891 J.H.G. 

s. of the late C. B. L. Fernandes, Wakefield, b. Feb. 1, 1874. 
■ Tyne Electrical engineers, R.E. (T.F.), 1916. Lt. 1918. 

Electrical engineer, Manager, The Wolseley Motors Ltd., 

Petty France, Westminster, S.W.I. 
Finch, James Sept., 1888— July, 1893 Cross. 

s. of H. R. Finch, Manton, Oakham, b. July 26, 1875. Leics. 

Yeo. 1914 ; Nigeria Mtd. Infy., Cameroon Campaign, 1915 — 16 ; 

Political service Nigeria 1916 — 19. Brookfield, Oakham. 
Fosbery, William Ingleby Sept., 1888— July, 1892 Hall. 

s. of Mrs. Fosbery, Bryn Elway, St. Asaph, b. Aug. 28, 1874. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. H.O. 1901. d. Oct. 21, 1903. 
Franks, Thomas Fitzherbert Sept., 1888 — Apr., 1891 Hall. 

s. of M. H. Franks, J. P., D.L., Westfield, Mountrath, Queen's 

Co. b. Apr. 26, 1874. T.C.D. Real Estate and Commn. 

Agent. 801, 19th Avenue, Calgary, Alta, Canada. 
Gould, Lionel Aubrey Sept., 1888 — Apr., 1891 Latham. 

s. of T. Gould, Endcliffe Crescent, Sheffield. b. Oct. 10, 

1873. 
Griess, William Mason Sept., 1888 — July, 1891 Brook. 

s. of Peter Griefs, F.R.S., Burton-on-Trent. b. July 11, 1873. 

R.I.E. Coll., Coopers Hill. Asst. Engineer, Uganda Ry. 1895 ; 

Acting Chief Engineer 1919, retired 1920. Woodlands, Brock- 
ham, Betchworth, Surrey. 
Griffith, John Douglas Wynne Sept., 1888— Nov., 1889 Hall. 

s. of W. D. W. Griffith, Gam, Trefnant. b. Oct. 12, 1874. 

Tyffwrn, Trefnant, Denbighs. 
Griffiths, Harold Ivan Llewellyn Sept., 1888— Apr., 1891 Latham. 

s. of Mrs. Griffiths, Unumgar, Highland Rd., Upper Norwood, 

S.E. b. Feb. 15, 1875. 
Hill, George Bernard Sept., 1888— July, 1893 Hall. 

s. of J. D. Hill, 4, Onslow Gardens, S.W. b. Sept. 8, 18-74. 

Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1896. M.T., R.A.S.C, 1914—18; 

France, Despatches twice, O.B.E. ; Major, retired. Stock 

Exchange. 37, Draycott Place, S.W. 3. 
Holder, Henry Charles Sept., 1888 — Dec, 1892 Latham. 

s. of Sir John Holder, Bart., Pitmaston, Moseley, Worcs. b. 

May 1, 1874. B.N.C., Ox. B.A. 1896. J. P., Worcs. Linden 

Hill, Twyford, Berks. 



138 FURNEAUX 1888 



Hope, Richard Berwick Sept., 1888 — Dec, 1891 Cross. 

s. of A. G. Hope. b. Oct. 25, 1874. F.XI. 1890, 91. XI. 1891. 

R.W. Kent Regt. Lt. Tirah Exp., 1897, Medal with Clasp. 

Retired, c/o Cox 6- Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I 
Howard, Charles Reginald Sept., 1888— July, 1893 Hall. 

s. of R. L. Howard, b. Oct. 11, 1875. Exh. Leaving Exh. 

Pemb. Coll., Camb., Exh. B.A., 2nd CI. Class, 1896. M.B. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Served as field dresser in Imp. Yeo. in 

S.A. War 1900. M.D. 1906. With B.R.C., Motor Amb., 

France 1914 ; Lt. (t) R.A.M.C. 3/16 ; Capt. 3/17 ; E. Africa 

1916 — 18, Despatches twice, O.B.E. K. in a. in Portuguese E. 

Africa, Sept. 6, 1918. 
Ireland, George Hampton Sept., 1888 — July, 1891 Priory. 

s. of Henry Ireland, Bay of Islands, N.Z. b. Nov. 15, 1873. 

In New Zealand. 
Lee, Henry Burgass Sept., 1888— Apr., 1893 Hall. 

s. of the late W. H. Lee, The Park, Nottingham, b. Dec. 26, 

1874. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1897. M.A. 1901. Wells 

Theol. Coll., 1898. Hon. Canon of Southwell 1919 ; Southwell 

Lect. 1919 ; Org. Sec. for Ch. Extension, Dio. Southwell 1919. 

6, Lenton Rd., The Park, Nottingham. 
Lee, William Emerson Sept., 1888— Apr., 1894 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Dec. 20, 1875. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1898. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1904. M.A. 1907. M.D. 

R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 1912 ; France 1914—19 ; Capt., retired. Park 

Street, Worksop, Notts. 
Leigh-Bennett, Alfred Estoteville Sept., 1888— Apr., 1891 Hall. 

s. of Rev. G. S. Leigh-Bennett, Long Sutton Vic, Lines, b. 

Oct. 23, 1873. Clerk in Lloyds' Bank, 16, St. James' St., 

S.W. 
Locker, William Jervis Sept., 1888 — July, 1892 Brook. 

s. of W. T. Locker, Tillington House, Stafford, b. Mar. 1, 1874. 

Exh. Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. 1895. 4th N. Sta°.s. Regt., S.R. 

France 1915 — 16, Despatches ; Lt.-Col., retired. Barncroft, 

Eastergate, Chichester. 
Lockwood, Barton William Sept., 1888 — Dec, 1891 Latham. 

s. of W. Lockwood. Apsley Hall, Nottingham, b. Jan. 10, 1874. 

Trin. Hall., Camb. 
Manly, John Herbert Sept., 1888— July, 1892 Latham. 

s. of J. B. Manly, The Oaklands, Harborne. b. May 11, 1873. 

F.XI. 1891. XL 1892. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1895. Foot- 
ball Blue 1894. H.O. Crossingfields , Exmouth. 
Maynard-Taylor, Daniel Claude Sept., 1888 — Dec, 1890 Orchard. 

s. of D. Maynard-Taylor, Heath House, Banstead. b. Nov. 19, 

1873. Magd. Coll., Camb. Bond owner and Importer. 79, 
Lowgate, Hull, and Waverley, St. George's Hill, Weybridge. 

Meakln, George Algernon Sept., 1888— July, 1891 Latham. 

s. of H. G. Meakin, Poona, India, b. June 25, 1875. 3rd 
Surrey Regt. S.A. War, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps). 3rd E. Kent 
Regt. 1914 ; D.A.A.G. 67th Divn., Salonica, Despatches. Bt. 
Maj. 1918. J. P. Kent. Elected on the Gen. Cte. of the Kent 
County Cricket Club. Clubs, Boodles and Cavalry, and The 
Shrubbery, Barham, Canterbury. 

Mlnton, Colin Sept., 1888 — July, 1891 Cross, 

s. of T. W. Minton, Fenton Manor, Stoke-on-Trent, b. Nov, 17. 

1874. Chartered accountant. 

Morse, Allen Stewart Sept., 1888 — July, 1893 Orchard, 

s. of Capt. W. Morse, b. Nov. 29, 1874. Exh. 1888. R. M.L.I. 
1893. Asst. Prof, of Fortification, R.N.C. Greenwich 1897— 
1900. Capt. d. June 29, 1909. 



1888 FURNEAUX 139 

Myres, Miles Weight Sept., 1888— July, 1893 Latham, 

s. of Rev. W. M. Myres. b. Mar. 28, 1874. Oriel Coll., Ox. 
B.A. 1898. M.A. 1904. Sarum Coll. Chap., Ch. Ch. and 
Magd. Coll., Ox. 1903. Precentor, Ch. Ch. 1909. Sec. Educ, 
Comm. for the World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh 1910. 
F.R. Hist. Soc. 1912. Frodsham Vic, Warrington. 

Partridge, Walter John Douglas Sept., 1888— July, 1892 Cross, 
s. of Col. W. R. Partridge, Repton. b. Aug. 8, 1875. F.S. 
M.I.E.E 2nd Lt (t) R.F.C., Equip. Offr., 1917 ; Lt. R.A.F., 
Civil Engineer. Works and Buildings Staff R.A.F., "A " Sub- 
Area, Andover. 

Robinson, Alick Christopher Sept., 1888 — Dec, 1892 Hall, 

s. of the late A. Robinson, Ash Priors' Cheltenham, b. Dec. 
24, 1874. Exh. R.M. A. Woolwich. R. E.1895 ; Ordnance 
Survey 1914—18 ; Staff Offr. Air Ministry 1918 ; Lt.-Col. 1921. 
c/o Cox &■ Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Rosher, Noel Burn Sept., 1888— July, 1893 Brook, 

s. of G. Rosher, The Knowle, Higham, Rochester, b. Dec. 6, 
1875. Inspr., Munition Areas, under M. of M. 1915 — 19, 
O.B.E. M.I.E.E., M.I. Mech., E. Chief Engineer, Messrs. 
Guest, Keen & Nettlefold, Ltd., B'ham. 48, Fountain Rd., 
Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Smallwood, George Valentine Sept., 1888 — Apr., 1890 Home B. 
s. of the late Rev. G. A. Smallwood, O.R. b. Apr. 6, 1875. 
L.D.S., Surgeon dentist. Grosvenor House, Victoria Rd., 
Guernsey. 

Smith, Alfred Elliott Sidney Sept., 1888 — Dec, 1892 Priory. 
s. of A. Smith, 9, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. b. Oct. 7, 

1874. Christ's Coll., Camb. Lt. (t) R.A.S.C, France 1916—17. 
Solicitor. 1, Southampton St., Bloomsbury Sq., W.C.I. , and 
Briardene Cottage, Esher, Surrey. 

Steel, Harold Sept., 1888 — Dec, 1892 Latham, 

s. of H. J. Steel, Netherfield, Woodhouse, Sheffield, b. July 17, 

1875. F.XI. 1892. Major 4th York and Lancaster Regt. 
(T.F.), T.D. Director, Limited Co. Repton Lodge, Worksop, 
Notts. 

Tarbet, James Sept., 1888— July, 1892 Hall. 

s. of Henry Tarbet, Liverpool, b. June 22, 1874. Brewer. 
Waterton House, Ely. 

Tarbet, Peter Rowley Sept., 1888— July, 1893 Hall, 

br. of the above, b. Sept. 10, 1875. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. d. 
Feb. 15, 1921. 

Thomson, Spencer Aubrey Sept., 1888 — Apr., 1891 Hall. 

s. of S. C. Thomson, 10, Eglinton Crescent, Edinburgh, b. 
June 14, 1873. Stockbroker. 8, Grimston Gardens, Folke- 
stone. 

Tilly, Tobias Harry Sept., 1888— July, 1893 Orchard, 

s. of T. H. Tilly, Seaton Carew. b. Nov. 4, 1874. Pemb. Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1896. M.A. 1899. Solicitor. Seaton Carew, 
West Hartlepool. 

Tilly, Charles Wynn Sept., 1888— Dec, 1894 Orchard, 

br. of the above, b. June 8, 1876. Land agent. Maj. (/) 
Durham L.I. 9/14 ; Lt.-Col. (t) W. Yorks. Regt. 3/18 ; Egypt 
1915—16, France 1916—18, K. in A., Apr. 14, 1918. 

Wardell, Geoffrey Francis Evans Sept., 1888 — Dlc, 1889 Cross, 
s. of F. N. Wardell, Wath-on-Dearne, Rotherham. b. Nov. 23, 
1874. S. Staffs. Regt. 1895. 3rd Bombay L.L 1899. Thibet 
Exp. 1904, Medal. S. and T. Corps 1901. Mesopotamia 1916— 
18, Despatches twice. Lt.-Col. 1921. c/o King, King & Co., 
Bombay, * 



140 FURNEAUX 1888 



Whineray, Herbert Hodgson Sept., 1888 — July, 1890 Brook. 

s. of E. Whineray, Westmead, Hoylake. b. May 5, 1874 

d. 1897. 
YVhltaker, Thomas Ayton Sept., 1888 — Oct., 1888 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. A. Whitaker. b. Aug. 12, 1873. Selwyn Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1897. Winchester Reading P. 1897. Ely Theol. 

Coll. 
Wrench, Charles Arthur Sept., 1888— July, 1891 J.H.G. 

s. of A. C. Wrench, Kingston-on-Thames, b. Jan. 20, 1875. 

Manufacturing chemist. Hon. Sec. of the Federation of London 

Working Boys' Clubs. /, Bear Lane, Southwark, S.E.I. 
Scott, John Hubert Oct., 1888— Apr., 1891 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. J. H. Scott, b. Apr. 18, 1874. Asst. Manager, 

Rhodes Fruit Farms till 190(>. Nurseryman. The Fountain 

Nurseries, Limoru, B.E. Africa. 
Burridge, Crofton Nov., 1888— Apr., 1891 Hall. 

s. of Stephen Burridge, J. P., Shirle Hill, Sheffield, b. Jan. 26, 

1874. F.XI. 1890. d. May 31, 1909. 
Furnival, Antony St. John Nov., 1888— July, 1891 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Furnival, late of Muston, Nottingham, b. Dec. 27, 

1872. Non-Coil., Ox. B.A. 1894. Schoolmaster. Trinity 

College School, Port Hope, Ontario, Canada. 
Brunskill, Elliot Ridgway Fawcett Jan., 1889— July, 1890 J.H.G. 

s. of W. F. Brunskill, Buckland Tout Saints, Kingsbridge. b. 

Feb. 16, 1874. Trin. Hall. Camb. Rackham House, Pulborough. 
Cary, Walter Henry Malins Jan., 1889— July, 1893 Hall. 

s. of R. A. Cary, Friar Gate, Derby, b. July 10, 1875. 

Builders' Merchant. In charge of Haslam & Co's Munition 

Shop during war. Lime Avenue, Duffield, Derby. 
Clark, Frederick Jan., 1889— July, 1893 Latham. 

s. of G. Clark, Ashbrooke Tower, Sunderland, b. Oct. 28, 1874. 

Solicitor. Fruit farming. Solano Ranch, Lincoln, Placer 

County, California. 
Craggs, George Vincent Jan., 1889 — Apr., 1800 Priory. 

s. of G. Craggs, 6, The Knoll, Beckenham. b. Apr. 12, 1872. 

Steamship owner and broker. 
Davenport, Horace John Jan., 1889— July, 1893 J.H.G. 

s. of H. Davenport, 14, Uxbridge Rd., Kingston-on-Thames. 

b. Jan. 11, 1875. XL 1891, 92, 93. 1st Agg. P. 1892, 93. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1898. Athl. Blue 1897. Hockey 

Blue 1897. 89, Pall Mall, S.W.J. 
Duus, Oscar Frederick Jan., 1889— July, 1892 Priory. 

s. of the late J. F. Duus, Putney, b. Mar. 11, 1874. Late Lt. 

1st S. Staff. Regt. Capt. 8th Bn. 1914; France 1915; Maj. 

R.D.C. 1916 — 19. 7, Richmond Bridge Mansions, East 

Twickenham. 
Fea, Magnus Jan., 1889 — Apr., 1892 Cross. 

s. of f. B. Fea, Weymouth, b. June 29, 1874. d. Feb. 13, 

1908. 
Gilbert, Harold John Jan., 1889— Apr., 1889 Home B. 

s. of Maj. E. F. Gilbert, Hillside, Bathampton. b. Aug. 2, 1877. 

Boarded with his uncle, T. Price, d. Oct. 1897. 
Hartland, William Harford Jan., 1889— July, 1893 Priory. 

s. of A. Harford Hartland. b. Mar. 7, 1874. Clare Coll., Camb. 

Special correspondent, " The Navy and Army Illustrated," 

and " Daily Telegraph," during S.A. war. Lt. (t) R.A.O.C. 

1915; E. Africa 1816—17. 9, Alexandra Rd., Gipsy Hill, 

Upper Norwood, S.E.19. 
Head, Benjamin Wrightson Jan.. 1889 July, 1891 Mitre- 

s. of J. Head, 2, Portland Terrace, Coatham, Redcar. b. May 



1889 FURNEAUX 141 



13, 1875. Emm. Coll., Gamb., Exh. 1896. Sch. 1898. B.A. 
1st CI., Pt. I. Mechan., 1898, 1st CI. Pt. II., 1899. Studentship 
for research, 1899. M.A., M. Inst. C.E. d. in Orange Free 
State, Sept. 12, 1917. 

Maurice, George Travers Jan., 1889 — Apr., 1891 Hall. 

s. of O. C. Maurice, M.D., Reading, b. Oct. 2, 1874. Stock 
Exchange 1891—1900. S.A. War, 1900—02, Paget's Horse, 
and Lt., 4th King's Mtd. I. Farming. 1707, Hillside Ave., 
Victoria, B.C. 

Morant, Rowland Hay Jan., 1889 — July, 1893 Cross. 

s. of the late H. R. Morant, Manor House, Ringwood. b. Aug. 
4, 1874. F.XI. 1891, 92. R.M.C. Sandhurst 1893. 

Padfield, Frederick Henry Jan., 1889 — Apr., 1892 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. E. Padfield, Leaford, Mowbray Rd., Upper Nor- 
wood, S.E.19. b. May 8, 1875. F.S. 28th London Regt. 
(T.F.) Capt. 6/16; France 1915; O.B.E. Advertisement 
manager. 99, Belvedere Rd., Upper Norwood, S.E.19. 

Pearson, Harry Jan., 1889 — July, 1892 Brook, 

s. of I. Pearson, Balgray, Harley Rd., Hamrstead. b. Jan. 22, 

1874. Trin. Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Mod. Hist., 1895. M.A. 
1901. Edin. Theol. Coll. Asst. Priest, St. Mary Abbot's, 
1907—15. London Di c. Sec, C.E.T.S. 1915—18 and 1920. 
T.C.F. 1918—19, Salonica and S. Russia. Sec. Police Ct. 
Mission. H.O. 57, Earls Court Rd., W.8. 

Shaw, Edward Hall Jan., 1889 — Dec, 1893 Brook. 

s. of Rev. J. H. Shaw. b. Jan. 9, 1875. Died from gun accident, 

July 2, 1897. 
Shaw, Harold Jan., 1889— July, 1893 Hall. 

s. of H. Shaw, Whitehall, nr. Buxton, b. Sept. 29, 1875. 

1st Lanes. Fus. 1896. Nile Exp., 1898, Medal with Clasp. 

S.A. War, 1899—1900, Medal (2 Clasps). Major, Gallipoli 

1915, Despatches. K. in A., June 4, 1915. 
Sinclair, Reginald Leahy Jan., 1889— Dec, 1891 Hall. 

s. of Dr. G. Sinclair, Kolhapur, Bombay, b. Apr. 20, 1874. 

XL 1891. 2nd CI. Kaiser-I-Hind, for famine work 1901. J. P. 

Dep. Commr. of Salt and Excise, Southern Divn. Dharwar, 

Bombay Pres. 
Staples, Walter Jan., 1889— July, 1892 J.H.G. 

s. of J. H. P. Staples, M.D. b May 9, 1875. Died from an 

accident in Ceylon, July, 1897. 
Travers, Frank Gibson Jan., 1889 — July, 1889 Hall. 

s. of R. Travers, 38, Lee Park, Blackheath. b. Apr. 1, 1874. 
Twyford, Harold Jan., 1889— Apr., 1891 Mitre. 

s. of T. W. Twyford, Whitmore Hall, Newcastle, b. May 4, 

1873. Jesus Coll., Camb. S.A. War, 4th N. Sta s. Regt. and 

Lt. 7th Dragoon Guards. Major, General List, 1915 — 19. 

Whitmore Hall, Newcastle, Staffs. 
Walker, John Lister Jan., 1889 — July, 1892 Brook. 

s. of F. J. Walker, O.R., Myton Lodge, Warwick, b. Jan. 17, 

1875. Black and White artist. Cartoonist to " Daily Graphic" 
etc. Member of The New Soc of Artists, Suiiolk St., Pall 
Mall. 29, Westholme, Addison Way, Golders' Green, N.W. 

White, Hedley Graham Jan., 1889 — Dec, 1889 Orchard, 

s. of R. White, 219, Nithsdale Rd., Glasgow, b. Oct. 28, 1874. 
14, The Crescent, Tanjore-Katong, Singapore. 

Bamford, Edward Apr., 1889 — Dec, 1891 Orchard, 

s. of the late Isaac Bamford. b. Dec 23, 1874. Formerly 
farming in Mexico. Pte. 23rd R. Fus. 10/14 ; 6th London 
Regt. (T.F.) 6/15 ; Lt. 7/17 ; France 1917. Planter. P.O. 
Box 129, Nairobi, Kenya Colony. 



142 FURNEAUX 1889 



Barber, Walter Browne Apr., 1889— July, 1896 Orchard. 

s. of R. Barber, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, b. May 14, 1877. 

XI. 1896. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1899. 

Solicitor. Beacon Hill, Hueknall, nr. Nottingham. 
Bassett, Theodore Bromhead Apr., 1889— Apr., 1892 J.H.G. 

s. of F. Bassett, The Knolls, Leigh ton Buzzard, b. Sept. 11, 

1874. Beds. Imp. Yeo., Capt. J. P., Bucks, and Beds. Banker. 

The Hatch, Leighton Buzzard. 
Beazley, Edwin Henry Apr.,51889— July, 1893 Brook. 

s. of H. Beazley, Holly Bank, Kenley. b. Jan. 30, 1875. XI. 

1892. Capt. 1893. F.XI. 1892. Business, London. The 

White House, Forest Row, Sussex. 
Berthoud, Frank Apr., 1889— July, 1891 Hall. 

s. of A. Berthoud, 41, Threadneedle St., E.C. b. Mar. 16, 1874. 

Foreign banker. 
Bird, John Barclay Apr., 1889— Dec, 1889 Orchard. 

s. of Thomas V. Bird, 4, Riversdale Rd., Aigburth. b. Feb. 6, 

1876. Capt. late Spec. Res. of Of. S. Lanes. Regt. Great war 

1914 — 19. 4, Riversdale Rd., Aigburth, Liverpool. 
brooks, Avery Septimus Apr., 1889 — Latham. 

s. of H. Brooks, Mount Grove, Hampstead. b. Mar. 7, 1875. 

Died at home, Aug. 5, 1889. 
Bull, Seymour Clarke Apr., 1889— Dec, 1892 J.H.G. 

s. of J. C. Bull, Thorncli fe, Leamington, b. Sept. 28, 1875. 

6th Dragoons 1899, S.A. War, 1900—02, Medal (4 Clasps). 

Capt. Killed in Egypt, June 13, 1906. 
Butler, Alfred James Agard Apr., 1889— July, 1894 Mitre. 

s. of A. J. Butler, Mapperley House, Nottingham, b. Nov. 19, 

1876. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1898. M.A. 1902. V. of 

Watton, Yorks. 1907 ; R. of Easton 1912 ; R. of Ch. Langton 

1913 — 18; Chap, and Master, Bishop's Coll. School, Lennox- 

ville, Quebec, 1918— 22; R. of Alphamstone 1922. Alp ham- 

Christian, Everard George Curwen Apr., 1889— July, 1893 Hall. 

s. of G. B. Christian, East London, S. Africa, b. July 30, 1875. 

S.A. War, Imp. L.H., Medal (4 Clasps). Capt. in Du Plessis 

Commando, wounded and taken prisoner, 12/14. Farming. 

Ronaldsway , Spitzkop Vlei, Cradock, S. • Africa. 
Dean, George Percival Tempest Apr., 1889— July, 1890 Priory. 

s. of Capt. Dean, 12th Lancers, b. June 28, 1875. Cape 

Mtd. Rif. 1897. S.A. War, 1899—1902, Queen's Medal (4 

Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps). Lt. 6th Dragoons S.R., 

Great War 1914—18. Cadet, R.I.C. Killed Jan. 1, 1921. 
Farrar, James Gill Lister Apr., 1889— July, 1895 Mitre. 

s. of T. L. Farrar, Woodburn, Broughton Park, Manchester. 

b. Dec. 29, 1876. XI. 1894, 95. L/Corpl. Buxton Coy. 6th 

Derbys. Vol. Rgt. Solicitor and Notary Public. Stodhart, 

Chapel-en-le- Frith. 
Gordon, Robert Norman Apr., 1888— Sept., 1892 Mitre. 

s. of J. Gordon, Didmarton, Tunbridge Wells, b. June 18, 

1875. Border Regt. 1895. Capt. 1904. France 8/14, K. in 

A. at Ypres, Oct. 28, 1914. 
Greene, Charles Ernest Apr., 1889— Dec, 1892 Latham. 

s. of C. R. Greene, Sea View, Alnmouth. b. Aug. 20, 1875. 

Manufacturer and merchant. 1, Park Villas, Fernville Rd., 

Gosforth, N ewcastle-on-Tyne. 
Hancock, Douglas Mortimer Apr., 1889— May, 1891 Mitre. 

s. of Lt.-Col. M. Hancock, b. Sept. 9, 1874. Magd. Coll., 

Camb. 



1889 FURNEAUX 143 



Henning, Robert Edmund Apr., 1889— July, 1890 Priory, 

cousin of Mrs. Parr, 9, Beaufort Rd., Clifton, Bristol, b. Feb. 

14, 1874. Glossop, Manchester 

Hoare, Wilfrid Gurney Apr., 1889 — Dec, 1893 Brook. 

s. of R. G. Hoare, Jesmond Park, Newcastle-on-Tyne. b. May 
29, 1879. Late Capt. 4th Durh. L.I. S.A. War, 1902, Medal 
(4 Clasps). Capt. 3rd Durh. L.I., S.R., 8/14 ; France 1914— 

15, K. in A., Mar. 10, 1915. 

Jackson, Lyall Palmer Apr., 1889— Dec, 1891 Hall, 

s. of G. M. Jackson, Sandford Lodge, Cheltenham, b. Aug. 5, 

1874. Motor driver for Forage Dept. R.A.S.C., during war. 
Sandford Lodge, Cheltenham. 

Kitchingman, William Robert Ward 

Apr., 1889— May, 1889 J.H.G. 

s. of V. Kitchingman, Blairgowrie, Perths. b. Sept. 10, 1873. 
S.A. War, Imp. Yeo. d. Jan. 26, 1904. 

Maddock, William Brundrett Apr., 1889— Apr., 1891 Mitre, 

s. of John Maddock, The Laurels, Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent, b. 
Feb. 7, 1873. Late Major 4th Wessex Brig. R.F.A. (T.F.). 
Kerries, South Brent, S. Devon. 

Marsh, Gerald John Apr., 1889 — Apr., 1893 Orchard. 

s. of J. W. Marsh, East India Rd., London, b. Dec. 6, 1874. 
F.XI. 1892. Border R-gt. S.A. War, severely wounded, died 
of enteric, at honu', Mar. 17, 19U2. 

North, Oliver Henry Apr., 1889— Apr., 1892 Hall, 

s. of the late N. North, J. P., D.L., Newton Hall, Kirkby Lons- 
dale, b. Apr. 28, 1874. Teaplanter, Ceylon, 1895—99. S.A. 
War, Bethune's Horse and Lanes. Fus., Queen's Medal (6 
Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps); Lanes. Fus. 1900; Asst. 
Supt. Gymnasia, E. Commd. 1907 — 11 ; Major 1915 ; France 
1914—18, Despatches 4 times, D.S.O., Bt. Lt.-Col. Elected 
F.S.A. 1921. Jun. United Service Club, S.W.I. 

Phillips, Basil Sidney Apr., 1889— Apr., 1894 Hall, 

s. of the late Rev. Canon S. Phillips, Worcester, b. June 14, 

1875. Keble Coll., Ox. B.A. 1898. M.A. 1903. Wells 
Theol. Coll., V. of S. Farnborough 1911 ; R.D. of Aldershot 
1919 ; C.T.F. 1916—22. Off. Min., R.A.F. H.O. St. Mark's 
Lodge, S. Farnborough, Hants. 

Prentice, Frank Lynton Apr., 1889— Dec, 1892 Brook. 

s. of Rev. H. Prentice, b. Sept. 3, 1874. F.XI. 1891. XI. 

1892. Killed while steeplechasing at Aldershot, May 9, 1906. 
Rohrs, Herman John Fletcher Apr., 1889— July, 1890 J.H.G. 

s. of H. Rohrs, Melbourne Villa, Charnwood St., Derby, b. 

May 10, 1874. 
Saye, Geoffrey Norman Apr., 1889— July, 1895 Hall. 

s. of E. G. Saye, Nunthorpe, Branksome Wood Rd., Bourne- 
mouth, b. Jan. 30, 1876. Solicitor. Bank Buildings, 

Downing St., Penang. 
Templeton, James Arthur Apr., 1889 — Djc, 1892 Brook. 

s. of W. Templeton. b. Feb. 26, 1875. d. May 6, 1896. 
Thomas, Robert Chance Apr., 1889 — July, 1891 Priory. 

s. of W. Thomas, The Spinney, Salisbury Rd., Moseley. b. 

May 15, 1874. Wyche Bungalow, Gt. Malvern. 
Wright, Edward Walton Apr., 1889— July, 1892 Orchard. 

s. of William Wright, of Wold Newton, Lines, b. Nov. 14, 

1875. Engineer. The Butts, Alton, Hants. 
Marsden, William Henry Milnes May, 1889 — July, 1891 Orchard. 

s. of the late W. H. Marsden, J. P., Mile Ash, Derby, b Sept. 
10, 1873. Solicitor. 42, Full St., Derby. 



144 FURNEAUX 1889 



Adklns, Edgar Howard Sept., 1889— Apr., 1891 Cross. 

s. of Frank Adkins, The Uplands, Kingswood, Birmingham. 

b. May 25, 1874. 
Archibald, Roderic Thomas Sept., 1889— July, 1894 Hall. 

s. of the late Sir W. F. A. Archibald, O.R. b. Oct. 8, 1876. St. 

John's Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Class., 1899. MA. 1905. 

Missioner for Scripture Union in India. 16, Thornhill Rd., 
. Allahabad, India. 
Barton, Guy Douglas Sept., 1889— July, 1894 Brook. 

s. of the late Rev. J. Barton, b. Oct- 5, 1875. F.XI. 1893. 

Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A. M.R.C.S. L.R.C.P. 1902. MB. 

B.Ch. 1903. Norwood Lodge, Weybridge. 
Bayly, Francis Stephen Goodenough 

Sept., 1889— July, 1893 Hall. 

s. of the late F. A. Bayly, Victoria Rd., Worthing, b. Mar. 12, 

1876. Managing Brewer and Dir., United Breweries, Ltd. 

The Brewery, Kaity P.O., Nilgiris, S. India. 
Bigg, Reginald Sept., 1889— Apr., 1893 Hall. 

s. of Rev. C. Bigg, D.D. b. June 1, 1875. Durh. Univ. M.B., 

B.S. D.P.H. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Med. Officer, Newcastle- 

on-Tyne Dispensary, d. Apr. 14, 1905. 
Burnett- Stuart, John Theodosius Sept., 1889— July, 1893 Hall. 

s. of E. R. Burnett-Stuart, Crichie House, Stuartfield, N.B. b. 

Mar. 14, 1875. Exh. Rifle Brig. 1895. N.W. Frontier, 1897 

—98, Medal with Clasp. S.A. War, 1899—1902, Despatches, 

Queen's Medal (4 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps), D.S.O. 

France 1914—19, Despatches 9 times. C.M.G. 1915, C.B. 1916, 

Bt. Col. 1916. Officer, Legion of Honour, Croix de Guerre 

with palm (France) ; Croix de Guerre, and Commander, Crown 

of Belgium. Maj. Gen. 1919. G.O.C. Madras District 1920—22. 

Dir. Mil. Operations and Intelligence, War Office. c/o Cox 

and Co., 16, Charing Cress, S.W.I. 
Clapham, Roderic Arthur Sept., 1889— July, 1893 Hall. 

s. of A. H. Clapham. b. June 9, 1875. Emm. Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1897. M.A. M.B., B.Ch. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1904. 

M.D. 1909. D.P.H. 1910. 31, Fourth Avenue, Hove, Sussex. 
Cochrane, Charles Walter Hamilton 

Sept., 1889— July, 1895 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. D. C. Cochrane, Master Etwall Hosp. b. Aug. 3, 

1876. Exh. Sch. 1892. XL 1894, 95. F.XI. 1893, 94, 

Leaving Exh. Mert. Coll., Ox., Exh- 1894. 1st CI. Mods. 

1897. B.A., 2nd CI. Litt. Hum., 1899. F.M.S. Civil Service. 

Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, F.M.S. 
Collinge, James Berry Sept., 1889— Dec, 1893 Orchard. 

s. of Robert Collinge, Greenhill, Oldham, b. May 3, 1876. 

6th W. Riding Regt. (T.F.) 10/14. Lt. 1916, France 1917—19. 

19, Carlton Rd., Harrogate. 
Cuyler, George Hallifax Sept., 1889— Dec, 1893 Hall. 

Succeeded brother as 5th Bart. 1919. s. of Sir C. Cuyler, 3rd 

Bart. b. Apr. 23, 1876. R.O., 15th Area 1915—17, Capt. 

1916 ; Capt. R.M. Orkneys 10/18. Orleans Club, King St., 

S.W.I, and Hurst, Clunton, Aston-on-Clun, Salop. 
David, Ivor Edward Sept., 1889— July, 1893 Latham. 

s. of Edward David, The Hendre, Llandaff. b. Apr. 6, 1875. 

Pemb. Coll., Camb. Inspr. Gen. of Police, Ceylon, d. Nov. 

23, 1913. 
Deakin, Henry Francis Sept., 1889— July, 1894 Orchard. 

s. of the late J. B. Deakin, Prince's Park, Liverpool, b. June 

17 1875. Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. 1898. M.A. 1901. Athl. 

Blue 1896. 163, Crimicar Lane, Fulwood, Sheffield. 



L889 FURNEAUX 145 



Field, Stanley Sept., 1889— July, 1891 Latham. 

s. of J. N. Field, Ashleigh, Bowd m, Cheshire, b. May 13, 1875. 

Dir., Marshall Field & Co., Chicago ; National City Bank, 

Chicago ; Illinois Central Railroad ; Foster Creek Lumber Co. 

Pres. Field Museum of Nat. Hist. 112, West Adams St., 

Chicago. 
Glynn, Joseph Bird Sept., 1889— Apr., 1895 Orchard. 

s. of Walter Glynn, The Lydiate, Willaston, Chester, b. Aug. 

16, 1876. Capt. {t) 1st Dock Bn. L'pool Regt. 1916—19. 

Managing Dir., Warren Line. .Messrs. Furness, Withy 6- Co. 

Ltd., R. Liver Bldg., Liverpool, and Moorside, Neston, Cheshire. 
Hall, Henry Robinson Sept., 1889— July, 1894 Priory. 

s. of Maj. R. A. Hall, Lindrick House, Rotherham. b. Oct. 18, 

1876. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1897. Solicitor. Beauville, 

Strawberry Terr., Edentown, Carlisle. 
Hoare, John Douglas Sept., 1889- -July, 1894 Brook. 

s. of Rev. J. G. Hoare, Aylsham Vic, Norfolk, b. June 

2*. 1875. Trin. Coll., Camb. Author. Savile Club, 107, 

Piccadilly, W.l. 
Knowles, Stuart Sept., 1889— Apr., 1894 Orchard. 

s. of William Knowles, of Hast Hill, Hayes, Kent. b. June 10, 

1876. F.XI. 1893. Spec. Constable during War. Whittrey, 

Chirbury, Salop. 
Lee, Frank Alexander Sept., 1889 — -July, 1895 Priory. 

s. of J. H. Lee, Lenton Field, Nottingham, b. Mar. 14, 1876. 

XL 1894, 95. Keble Coll., Ox. B.A. 1899. M.A. 1902. 

Wells Theol. Coll. Head of Malvern Coll. Mission. 1909 — 12 ; 

H.O. The Vic, Thornby-on-Tees, Yorks. 
Leeb, John Louis Sept., 1889 — Apr., 1892 Latham. 

s. of J. G. Leeb, Mossel Bay, Cape Colony, b. June 18, 1874. 

d. Feb. 10, 1918. 
Maddock, Robert Jones Sept., 1889— Dec, 1891 Mitre. 

s. of J. Maddock, The Cedars, Alsager. b. Mar. 25, 1874. 

Earthenware manufacturer. Springfields Alsager, Cheshire. 
Morris, Arthur Pennington Sept., 1889 — July, 1892 Cross. 

s. of E. R. Morris, 61, Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead. b. June 

8, 1876. Pte., 24th R. Fus. 1915—19 ; France 1915—16. 2, 

West Down Rd., Seaford, Sussex. 
Nash, Herbert Warren Sept., 1889— July, 1894 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. Canon J. P. Nash. b. Jan. 30, 1876. Spec. 

Constable during War. Solicitor. 19, St. Peter's St., Winchester. 
Newton, Edward Sept., 1889— Apr., 1894 Brook. 

s. of the late Rev. F. E. Newton, b. Oct. 14, 1875. Pemb. 

Coll., Camb. M.R.C.S. L.R.C.P. 1916. D.P.H. Oxon. Pte. 

23rd R. Fus. 11/14—6/15; R.A.M.C. 11/16—5/19. Capt.; 

India 1917 — 19. Monntfield, 5, Upper Maze Hill, St. Leonards- 

on-Sea. 
Nightingale, Robert Sept., 1889— July, 1893 Latham. 

s. of Rev. R. C. Nightingale, b. Mar. 21, 1876. Farming. 

Stonybeach P.O., Sask., Canada. 
O'Donnell, Samuel Perry Sept., L889— Dec, 1891 Priory. 

s. of R. E. O'Donnell, The Crescent, Limerick, b. Dec. 15, 

1874. Exh. Sch. 1890. I.C.S. Sec. to Govt, of India Reforms 

Office 1920. CLE. Allahabad, U.P. India. 
Ogle, Philip Henry Douglas Sept., 1889— July, 1894 Mitre. 

s. of W. Ogle, M.D., The Elms, Derby, b. Dec. 15, 1875. 

Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A., Jun. Opt., 1897. M.A. 1901. 

Ridley Hall. R. of St. Nicholas, Nottingham 1910 ; R. of St. 

John Bapt., Stamford 1916 — 20. St. John's Vic, Sandown, 

I. of W. 



146 FURNEAUX 1889 



Peck, Arthur Kenrick Sept., 1889— July, 1895 Latham, 

s. of J. K. Peck, Northwick Terrace, St. John's Wood. b. Feb. 
13, 1876. Exh. F.XI. 1894. Leaving Exh. Christ's Coll., 
Camb., Sch. B.A., 2nd CI. Class, 1898. F.M.S. Civil Service. 
d. June 11, 1911. 

Peel, Reginald Blanco Steers Sept., 1889— Dec, 1890 Hall. 

s. of F. Steers Peel, Leaton Hall, Stourbridge, b. Sept. 30, 
187L In B. Columbia 

Ravenshaw, John Hall Sept., 1889— Dec, 1894 Hall. 

s. of J. Ravenshaw, Mansion House, Whitchurch, Salop, b. 
Julr 27, 1875. Ch. Ch., Ox. B.A. 1900. Gwynfryn, Llanarth 
R.S.O., Cardigans. 

Renshaw, Frank Norman Sept., 1889— Dec, 1892 Brook, 

s. of C. J. Renshaw, M.D., Ashton-on-Mersey. b. Feb. 25, 
1875. Keble Coll., Ox. d. July, 1896. 

Smallwood, John Warren Sept., 1889— July, 1892 Home B. 

s. of the late Rev. G. A. Smallwood, O.R. b. May 21, 1876. 
Lichfield Theol. Coll., Keble Coll., Ox., Hall-Houghton Jun. 
Septuagint P. 1904. Prox. ace Pusey and Ellerton Hebrew 
Sch. 1905. B.A., 1st CI. Theol., 1906. M.A. 1916. Educa- 
tional Work, Beirut and Nicosia 1907 — 11. Sen. Asst., Bodleian 
Library 1912—19; Admiralty and Min. of xMun. 1917—19. 
Sub. Librarian, India OSce 1919. The Library, India Office, 
S.W.I. 

Smith, Henry Faithful Sept., 1889— July, 1894 Mitre. 

s. of Very Rev. J. Allan Smith, The Deanery, St. David's, b. 
Mar. 23, 1875. M.B., Ch. B. 1933. M.D. 1913. Capt. 
(/) R.A.M.C, Mesopotamia 1917—19. Bdsfield House, 
Windermere. 

Smith, Harry Reginald Walter Marriott 

Sept., 1889— Dec, 1892 Hall, 

s. of Maj. W. M. Smith, b. Aug. 1, 1875. Exh. Sch. 1890. 
R.A. 1896. Nile Exp., 1898, Medal with Clasp. S.A. War, 
1899 — 1902, Despatches, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's 
Medal (2 Clasps). France 8/14 ; Gallipoli 1915, Francel916— 
17, Despatches, D.S.O. ; Col. 1920 ; Dap. Dir. of Armaments, 
India 1921. Allan Bank, Simla, and cjo Cox &- Co., 16, 
Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Stewart, Patrick Alexander Vansittart 

Sept., 1889— July, 1892 Brook, 

s. of the late Lt.-Gen. J. M. Stewart, Dumfries, b. June 29, 
1875. K.O.S.B. 1896. N.W. Frontier, 1897—98, Medal (2 
Clasps). S.A. War, 1902, Medal (2 Clasps). Staff Coll. 1911 — 
12. Comdr. Coy. of Gentlemen Cadets, R.M.C. Sandhurst 1913 
—14. Major 1914, France 1914—17, Despatches 5 times, 
D.S.O., Croix de Guerre (Belgium). Bt. Lt.-Col. 1917. C.B.E. 
1919. c/o Cox S- Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Telchman, Maxwell Sept., 1889— July, 1895 Cross, 

afterwards Telchman-Derville. s. of E. Teichman, Sitka, 
Chislehurst. b. Aug. 15, 1876. Trin. Coll., Ox. 2nd CI. Mods. 
1897. B.A., 2nd CI. Litt. Hum., 1899. M.A. 1902. F.R.G.S. 
1905. Lt. {t\ R.A.S.C. 2/15 ; Maj. 6/17 ; Mentioned in Gazette, 
O.B.E. Union Club, and The Red House, Littlestone, Kent. 

Todd, Edmund Arthur Watson Sept., 1889 — Apr., 1894 Latham, 
s. of J. W. Todd, Victoria Rd., Waterloo, b. June 15, 1876. 
Arkwood, Spital, Cheshire. 

Toogood, Clifford Sept., 1889— Nov., 1892 Mitre, 

s. of William Toogood, F.R.C.S., Ashbourne, b. Apr. 24, 1875. 
B.N.C.. Ox. B.A., 2nd CI. Hist., 1898. M.A. 1905. Wells 



1889 FURNEAUX 147 



Theol. Coll. V. of Burpham, Arundel 1913—17. The Vic, 

War field, Berks. 
Wight-Boycott, William Reginald Boycott 

Sept., 1889— Apr., 1892 Priory. 

s. of C. B. Wight-Boycott, Rudge Hall, Wolverhampton, b. 

Feb. 1, 1876. S.A. War, 1900, Roberts' Horse, and Lt., 

Thorneycroft's M.I., Medal (3 Clasps). Mech. engineer. Direc- 
tor, Alfred Hickman Ltd., Steel Works, Bilston, Staffs. 
Willis, Thomas Richardson Sept., 1889— Apr., 1891 Mitre. 

s. of the late Rev. R. G. Willis, O.R. b. Mar. 4, 1873. c/o Dr. 

Underhill, Elindene, Maidenhead. 
Winterton, Frank Norman Sept., 1889 — Apr., 1891 Orchard. 

s. of T. Winterton, Walton Warren, Burton-on-Trent. b. Mar. 

5, 1874. d. Dec. 20, 1908. 
Pettltt, Stephen Leonard Oct., 1889— July, 1894 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. Pettitt, Buxton, b. Dec. 3, 1895. F.XI. 1893. 

Univ. Coll., Ox. 4th CI. Math. Mods. 1896. B.A., 3rd CI. Nat. 

Sci. Finals 1898. Headmaster, since 1900, Prep. Sch. Holm 

Leigh, Buxton. 
Cattley, Thomas Frank Oct., 1889— July, 1894 Mitre. 

s. of F. T. Cattley. b. Nov. 1, 1874. F.XI. 1892. Capt. 1893. 

XI. 1894. 1st Agg. P. 1894. Leaving Exh. Hert. Coll., Ox. 

Exh. 1st CI. Class. Mods. 1896. B.A., 1st CI. Litt. Hum., 

1898. Football Blue 1898. M.A. 1900. Asst. Master, Eton 

Coll., Windsor. 
Smith, Frederick Morton Vincent Oct., 1889— July, 1894 Hall. 

s. of M. W. Smith, Abbotswood, Upper Norwood, b. Jan. 24, 

1877. Surgeon Lieut.-Comdr. R.N., retired 1918. Mulfra, 
■ Yelverton, S. Devon. 
Abell, George Foster Jan., 1890 — July, 1893 Mitre. 

s. of G. E. Abell, Grafton Manor, Bromsgrove. b. July 31, 1875. 

XL 1892, 93. Lloyds' Bank. 72, Lombard St., E.C.3, and 

Burrell Mead, West Wickham, Kent. 
Allen, Henry Lawrance Jan., 1890 — Priory. 

s. of H. Marcus Allen, M.D., Brighton, b. Apr. 8, 1877. F.S. 

d. at home, Apr. 15, 1891. 
Armstrong, Charles Montegue Cecil 

Jan., 1890— July, 1893. Latham. 

s. of Maj. A. J. Armstrong, Morville, Warwick, b. Oct. 24, 

1874. Warwicks. Yeo. (T.F.) 12/15; Lt. 7/17; Egypt and 

Palestine. F.R.I. B. A. 5, High St., Warwick, and Plestowes, 

Bar ford, Warwick. 
Barber, Joseph Martin Alarcon Jan., 1890 — July, 1892 Latham. 

s. of J. V. Barber, 7, Elsworthy Terrace, Primrose Hill, N.W. 

b. Sept. 3, 1874. Club de Residentes Extranjeros, and c/o 

Thomson & Barber, 478, Bmd Mitre, Buenos Ayres. 
Burt, Archibald Francis Gustavus Jan., 1890 — July, 1893 Latham. 

s. of the late Hon. S. Burt, Perth, W. Australia, b. Mar. 22, 1875. 

Gunner, Australia F.A., France 1917 — 18. Pastoralist. Kadji 

Kadji Station, Morawa, and Karalee, Cottesloe, West Australia. 
Burton, Herbert Jan., 1890 — July, 1892 Latham. 

s. of E. Burton, Eaves Hall, Clitheroe. b. Apr. 20, 1875. 

Meadowhead, Bassett, Southampton. 
Campbell, Charles Howard Jan., 1890 — July, 1892 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. C. Campbell, b. Apr. 1, 1875. Diploma, Surveyors' 

Institute. H.M. Government Survey Dept. Nairobi, Kenya 

Colony. 
Carmichael, Archibald McDonald Jan., 1890 — July, 1893 Priory. 

s. of William Carmichael, M.D., R.N. b. Sept. 6, 1874. Tea- 
planter. Kandy Club, Kandy, Ceylon. 



148 FURNEAUX 1890 

Cartwright, Thomas Bond Jan., 1890— Apr., 1894 Mitre. 

s. of T. Cartwright, Cateswell, Hall Green, Birmingham, b. 

Jan. 18, 1876. Ironfounder and engineer. Penrhos, Anderton 

Park Rd., Moseley, Birmingham. 
Clegg, Edward Seymour Jan., 1890 — July, 1893 Cross. 

s. of B. W. Clegg, b. Jan. 1, 1875. F.XI. 1893. Mining 

engineer. P.O. Gatooma, S. Rhodesia 
CUough, Henry Kenny Jan., 1890 — Apr., 1896 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. J. Clough, Wilford Rect., Nottingham, b. Dec. 19, 
1871). F.S. King's Own R. Regt. 1898. S.A. War 1899- 
1902, Queen's Medal (2 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps). Major 
1914 ; O.C. 2nd Bn. 1915, Ypres ; D.A.A.G., N. Commd. 1916— 

20. Despatches, Press Communique, O.B.E. Half-Pay List 

1921. Westbrook Cottage, Boxford, Newbury, and cjo Cox & Co., 

16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Eddison, Frederick William Jan., 1890 — July, 1893 Mitre. 

s. of R. Eddison, Mt. Vernon, Retford, b. June 30, 1875. 

Trim Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1897. Ridley Hall. 

MA. 1901. Private Chap., Bp. Durham 1903—08 ; V. of 

1 Nuffield 1909 ; V. and R.D. of Stockton 1916 ; P.C. of Brough- 

ton, 1917—20 ; T.C.F. 1918—19. Hon. C.F. Christ Church 

Vic, 27, Tile St., Chelsea, S.W.3. 
Ellis, Harold Swaine Jan., 1890— June, 1891 Orchard. 

s. of C. Osborne Ellis, Greenfield House, Hamstead. b. Aug. 

29, 1877. d. Mar. 27, 1911. 
Greene, Joshua Francis Jan., 1890 — Apr., 1894 Latham. 

s. of C. R. Greene, Sea View, Alnmouth. b. Dec. 30, 1876. 

Solicitor. Pigdon, Morpeth, Northld. 
Harnett, John Jan., 1890— Dec, 1893 Priory. 

s. of W. O. S. Harnett, b. May 16, 1876. d. at Rio de Janeiro, 

July 24, 1902. 
Jaques, Leonard Ernest Alexander 

Jan., 1890— Dec, 1891 Latham. 

s. of L. Jaques, Easby House, Richmond, Yorks. b. June 3, 

1876. Late 4th Beds. Regt. S.A. War, Medal. Served in 

Compensation Dept. W.O. 1915—17 ; Bd. of Agric 1917—18 ; 

Amb. driver, B. R. Cross attd. Italian Army 1918. Little Kimble 

House, Princes Risborough. 
Marshall, Stanley Wyatt Jan., 1890— July, 1894 Hall. 

s. of A. E. Marshall, O.R. b. Sept. 28, 1875. XL 1893, 94. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. F.S.A.A. The Lodge, Mickleburgh Hill, 

Heme Bay. 
Padwick, Philip Hugh Jan., 1890— Dec, 1893 Hall. 

s. of H. Padwick, Manor House, Horsham, b. Apr. 28, 1876. 

Artist. Corner House, Fittleworth, Pulborough, Sussex. 
Philips, Hugh Robert Jan., 1890— July, 1893 Hall. 

3. of Rev. E. Philips, Hollington, Uttoxeter. b. May 20, 1876. 

Salisbury Theol. Coll. V. of Thorpe Acre 1909 ; V. of Latton 

with Elsey 1913—21. H.O. The Long Close, Hollington, 

Stoke-on-Trent. 
Roddam, George Pears Jan., 1890- -July, 1892 Latham. 

s. of the late J. W. Roddam, Newtown, Stanhope, b. June 6, 

1876. Newtown, Stanhope, S.O., Co. Durham. 
Ruddle, George Jan., 1890— Dec, 1892 J.H.G. 

s. of S. Ruddle, Netheravon, Salisbury, b. July 3, 1875. 

Brewer. Hartwood House, Langham, Oakham. 
Stewart, Edward Henry Granville Jan., 1890— Apr., 1893 Brook. 

s. of the late H. S. Stewart, O.R. b. June 21, 1875. King's 

Coll., Lond. Asst. engineer Interoceanic Ry. Mexico 1900 — 05. 



1890 PURNEAUX 149 

Chief engineer, International Railways of Central America. 
Box 189, Dothan, Alabama, U.S.A. 

Warren, Alfred Castle Jan., 1890— Apr., 1894 Mitre, 

s. of William Warren, Dibrugarh, Assam, b. Jan. 8, 1876. 
Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1897. M.A. 1904. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. 1904. M.D. B.Ch. 1909. Lt. (*) R.A.M.C, France 
1915. 41, Lansdowne Rd., Notting Hill, W .11. 

Williams, Francis Wigley Greswolde 

Jan., 1890—- July 1891 Priory, 

afterwards Greswolde-Williams. s. of Henry Williams, Mal- 
vern Hall, Solihull, b. Nov. 14, 1873. Remount Service 1914. 
With Animal Transport, Union Forces, in B.E.A. and G.E.A. 
from 1915. J. P. and D.L. Worcs. Bredenbury Court, Brom- 
yard, Herefs., and Knightwick, Escarpment, Kenya Colony. 

Woolley, George John Jan., 1890— Apr., 1890 Priory. 

s. of G. Woolley, The Park, Kirkby-in-Ashneld. b. Feb. 21, 
1875. Solicitor. Overdene, Gunton Cliff, Lowestoft. 

Adkins, Ernst Leslie May, 1890 — Apr., 1892 Cross. 

s. of Frank Adkins, The Uplands, Kingswood, Birmingham, b. 
Mar. 23, 1877. 

Billson, Alexander Noel May, 1890— July, 1891 J.H.G. 

s. of J. Billson, Salisbury Rd., Leicester, b. Dec. 25, 1875. 
In Australia. 

Blomefield, Nigel Napier May, 1890— July, 1895 Cross. 

s. of Sir T. W. P. Blomefield, Bart., C.B. O.R. Windmill 
House, Lichfield, b. Mar. 15, 1877. Trooper, Calcutta Light 
Horse, 1914 ; Lt. R.F.A., France and Italyl915 — 19, Despatches. 
Solicitor. Dir., E. D. Winn & Co., Ltd., London. Wellington 
Club, Grosvenor Place, S.W.I. 

Burnett, Arthur Basil May, 1890 — Apr., 1891 Priory. 

s. of Capt. A. J. Burnett, 1, Palace Rd., Surbiton. b. Sept. 8, 
1876. 

Chancellor, Wilfred George May, 1890— July, 1895 Orchard. 
s. of the late Rev. J. Chancellor, b. Jan. 31, 1876. 1st Agg. 
P. 1895. Oriel Coll., Ox. Manager and Asst. Editor, " The 
Brazilian Review." Rio de Janeiro 1904 — 09. Formerly 
Correspondent for Brazil, " Financial Review of Reviews," 
" Daily Mail " and " The Times." R.N.V.R. 1/15 ; Lieut, 
and King's Naval Messenger, 1915—18. Central Passport 
Control Offr. for Portugal 1919. Orders of the Aviz and of 
Christ (Portuguese). H.B.M. Legation, Lisbon, Portugal, and 
Savile Club, 107, Piccadilly, W.l. 

Clark, John Culliford May, 1890— Dec, 1893 Latham. 

s. of J. L. Clark, The Elms, Watford, b. Mar. 4, 1876. Ship- 
broker. Amb. Driver in Baltic Column, Red Cross, 1916 — 18. 
d. Oct. 31, 1918. 

Clutterbuck, Arthur Vincent May, 1890 — Dec, 1894 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. Clutterbuck. b. Jan. 23, 1876. 1st W.I. Regt. 
1898. Sierra Leone, 1898 — 99, Medal with Clasp. 2nd Essex 
Regt. 1908. Major 1915. Gallipoli 1915. d. Oct. 31, 1916. 

Coe, Charles Graburn May, 1890 — July, 1893 Priory. 

s. of the late A. F. Coe, Roslyn Hill, Hampstead. b. Sept. 16, 

1875. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1896. M.A. 1899. Master, 
Repton Masonic Lodge. Solicitor. 14, Hart St., Bloomsbury 
Sq., W.C., and 5/. Claire, Radlett, Herts. 

Couper, Samuel Barrett May, 1890— July, 1895 Brook 

s. of C. T. Couper, 3, Charlotte Sq., Edinburgh, b. July 22, 

1876. 1st Agg. P. 1894. Equal 1st 1895. Clare Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1898. Imp. Yeo. S.A. War, 1900—01, Medal (4 Clasps). 



150 FURNEAUX 1890 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1906. Lt. (t) R.A.M.C, France 1917—18. 

The Limes, Blaby, Leicester. 
Curgenven, Henry Grafton May, 1890— July, 1895. Cross. 

s. of W. G. Ctirgenven, M.D., Derby, b. Dec. 22, 1875. XI. 

1894, 95. Clare Coll., Camb. Farming. 
Davidson, George Charles Victor Kerr 

May, 1890— July, 1893 J.H.G. 

s. of J. K. Davidson, M.D., Brooklyn, Preston New Rd., Black- 
burn, b. Aug. 28, 1875. 
Farmlloe, James Lewis May, 1890 — June, 1890 Mitre. 

s. of John Farmiloe, Hampstead. b. June 3, 1876. Dir. of 

Messrs. J. & W. Farmiloe, Ltd. d. Mar. 15, 1922. 
Hoare, Archibald Charles May, 1890 — July, 1893. J.H.G. 

s. of the late Rev. F. Hoare. b. Dec. 16, 1874. S.A. War, 1901 

— 02. Derbys. Yeo. Sergt. 4th R. Warwicks. Regt., 8/! 4; 

France. 2, Upper Cranbrook Rd., Westbury Park, Bristol. 
Howard, Robert May, 1890— Apr., 1893 Orchard. 

s. of E. J. Howard, Nocton Rise, Lincoln, b. Aug. 26, 1875. 

Brewer. 32, St. Albans Rd., Watford, Herts. 
Hutton, Edgar William May, 1890— Apr., 1893 Cross. 

s, of Col. Hutton, Blidworth Dale. b. Jan. 6, 1877. Land 

agent. The Lodge, Hainford, Norwich. 
Isherwood, John Bradshaw- May, 1890 — Apr., 1895 Hall. 

s. of J. H. Bradshaw-Isherwood, Marple Hall. b. Oct. 21, 1876. 

Estate Duty Office, Somerset House, W.C.2, and Marple Hall, 

Cheshire. 
Lawton, Nicholas Cisar Corsellis May, 1890 — Apr., 1892 Mitre. 

s. of N. C. C. Lawton, Wivenhoe Hall, Colchester, b. Nov. 3, 

1874. Enlisted in S.A. Constabulary, Boer War ; One of the 
" Picked Men " for B.P.'s Scouts. Pte. R.Fus. 8/14 ; L/Sergt. 
M.G. Sect., ; K. in A. at Delville Wood, July 28, 1916. 

Murphy, James Montague May, 1890 — Dec, 1892 Priory, 

s. of J. E. Murphy, The Oaks, Duffield. b. Sept. 29, 1874. 
L.D.S., M.R.C.S. Hon. Dental Surg., Derby R. Infirm. Market 
Place Buildings, Derby, and The Oaks, Duffield, Derby. 

North, Albert Kenlis May, 1890— Dec, 1891 Hall, 

s. of the late N. North, J. P.. D.L., Newton Hall, Kirkby Lons- 
dale, b. Sept. 4, 1876. 3rd Ox. L.I. Capt. 1902. Oxf. 
and Bucks L.I., S.R., France 1914—15, Egypt 1915—16, France 
1916. Shot through the head and blinded (Somme 10/16) ; 
Major, on retirement, 1917. The Woodleighs, Arundel, Sussex. 

Pechey, Archibald Thomas May, 1890 — Dec, 1892. Latham, 
s. of J. T. P. Pechey, Leytonstone. b. Sept. 26, 1876. Author, 
" Cuddl'ums," " The Adjusters," etc. ; Dramatist, pen name 
Valentine ; part author, " Tons of Money." Hursley, Canter- 
bury Rd., Heme Bay. 

Richardson, Robert Crossman May, 1890 — July, 1893 Latham, 
s. of H. Richardson, M.D., Berwick-on-Tweed. b. July 10, 

1875. Trooper Warwicks. Yeo. (T.F.) ; 2nd Lt. (t) K.R.R.C. 
2/16, Capt. 1/18 ; Egypt and Gallipoli 1915, France and 
Italy 1916 — 18, M.C. Farming. Brook Farm, Gt. Bromley, 
Colchester. 

Shepstone, George Harold May, 1890 — July, 1893 Cross. 

s. of the late George J. P. Shepstone b. Apr. 9, 1876. XL 

1892, 93. F.XI. 1892. 
Tennant, Hugh Johnstone Dalrymple 

May, 1890— July, 1892 Priory. 

s. of W. Tennant, Whyteleafe, Warlingham, Surrey, b. June 

4, 1874. S.A. War, 1901, Imp. Yeo. Channel Islands Mil. 

Capt. 1909. Le Val. St. Brelade, Jersey. 



1890 FURNEAUX 151 



Trollope, Charles Henry Bathurst May, 1890— July, 1895 Brook. 

s. of the late Rev. Canon C. Trollope. b. Apr. 27, 1876. Gold 

star, R. Drawing Soc. of Gt. Britain and Ireland, for drawings 

from Nature 1894. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Hist., 

1898. M.A. 1902. R. of Escrick 1910, R.D. 1915. Escrick 

Red., York. 
Webb, Robert Weston May, 1890— July, 1891 Cross. 

s. of G. F. Webb, Dawlish. b. Feb. 23, 1875. S.A. War, 1902, 

commanded 2nd Sherwood Foresters Vol. Capt., 7th Sherwood 

Foresters (T.F.) 8/14, France 1916—17. Merchant. 10, 

Belmont Terrace, Glasgow, W. 
Angus, Hugh Pattinson Sept., 1890 — Dec, 1891 Mitre. 

s. of J. G. Angus, Fell Cottage, Low Fell, Gateshead, b. Jan. 

18, 1875. Merchant. Eslington Villa, Low Fell, Gateshead. 
Blandford, Laurence James Sept., 1890— Apr., 1893 Priory. 

s. of the late Col. J. W. Blandford, K.H.P. b. July 30, 1876. 

Durh. Univ., M.B., M.S. 1899. M.D. 1902. D.P.H. Col. 

A.D.M.S. 48th Divn. C.B.E. T.D. Late D.D.M.S., 23rd Army 

Corps., Despatches. Bleabeck, Henwick, Worcester. 
Boddington, Frank Hubert Sept., 1890— July, 1895 Hall. 

s. of H. Boddington, Silverdale, Lanes, b. July 6, 1876. Trin. 

Coll., Camb., B.A. 1899. Bar, Gray's Inn. Treasury Solici- 
tor's Dept., Storey's Gate, St. James Park, S.W.I, and United 

University Club. 
Bryant, Edward Churchill Sept., 1890— Dec, 1894 Brook. 

s. of H. S. Bryant, Torquay, b. July 18, 1876. Royal N.W. 

Mounted Police, W. Canada 1898—1902. Dist. Supt. N. 

Nigeria Police 1905. Asst. Resident, N. Nigeria, d. Mar. 24. 

1911. 
Bryant, Francis Henry Sept., 1890 — July, 1895 J.H.G. 

s. of A. C. Bryant, b. Aug. 24, 1876. XL 1893, 94, 95. F.XI. 

1894. Manufacturer, Merton Abbey. The Homestead, Cob- 
ham, Surrey. 
Burnett- Stuart, George Eustace Sept., 1890— July, 1895 Hall. 

s. of E. R. Burnett-Stuart, Crichie House, Stuartfield, N.B. 

b. Aug. 2, 1876. Exh. Sch. 1891. F.XI. 1893, 94. XL 

1894, 95. Trin. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1899. Director of Personnel, 

Ministry of Interior, Egypt. C.B.E. Travellers' Club, Pall 

Mall, S.W.I. 
Busby, George Herbert Sept., 1890 — July, 1893 Hall; 

s. of William Busby, b. Oct. 3, 1875. XL 1891, 92, 93. F.XI. 

1892. Jesus Coll., Camb. 1895. S.A. War, with W. Australian 

contingent. 
Cliff, Theodore Herbert Sept., 1890— Dec, 1892 Priory. 

s. of W. D. Cliff, Meanwood, Leeds, b. May 1, 1875. XL 1892. 

F.XI. 1892. 3rd W. Yorks. Regt. Major. France 8/14, 

K. in A., Oct. 13, 1914. 
Cookson, George Henry Sept., 1890- -July, 1892 Brook. 

s. of H. Cookson, Runnymede, West Derby, Liverpool, b. 

Nov. 19, 1875. Lt., 2nd Welsh Bde. R.F ; A. ; Capt. T.F. 

Res. 6/16. Farming. Glanarian, Llanarian, Aberystwyth. 
Copestake, Thomas Goodall Sept., 1890 — Apr., 1897 Orchard. 

s. of the late. S. G. Goodall Copestake, O.R. b. Dec. 18, 1878. 

M.B., Ch. B. 1907. Capt. (t) R.A.M.C, Salonika 1915—16. 

1, Cadogan Terrace, South Hackney, N.E. 
Eccles, Alexander Sept., 1890 — July, 1895 Mitre. 

s. of J. Eccles, Myerscough, Garstang. b. Mar. 16, 1876. Exh. 

XL 1893, Capt. 1894, 95. F.XI. 1892, 93, Capt. 1894. Leaving 

Exh. Trin. Coll., Ox. Ox. XL 1897—99. Cotton spinner. 

d. Mar. 19, 1919. 



152 FURNEAUX 1890 



Escombe, Lionel Hunter Sept., 1890 — July, 1893 Mitre, 

s. of E. Escombe, Mayfield Lodge, 93, Addison Rd., Kensington, 
b. Oct. 4, 1875. d. Oct. 15, 1914. 

Etherington Smith, Raymond Broadley 

Sept., 1890— July, 1893 Hall, 

s. of J. H. Etherington Smith, O.R. b. Apr. 11, 1877. Trin. 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1899. M.A., B.Ch., M.B. 1903. Colquhoun 
Sculls 1897. Camb. Boat 1898 — 1900, Pres., 1899, 1900. 
Henley, Grand Chall., 1901, 03, 05. Stewards, 1905 — 06. 
Capt., Leander 1903, 05, 06, 08. Internat. Cup, Cork 1902. 
Olympic Regatta, Capt. Eng. Eight, Winners 1908. Coached 
Camb. Crew 1910. St. Bart's Hosp., H.S. 1903—06, Demon- 
strator, Anatomy 1906—09. F.R.C.S. 1907. Asst. Surg, and 
Warden, St. Bart's Hosp. 1909. d. Apr. 19, 1913. 

Fawkes, Walter Hawksworth Sept., 1890 — July, 1891 Hall, 
s. of the late Rev. R. W. Fawkes, O.R. b. Dec. 26, 1875. Trin. 
Coll., Camb., Exh. 1896. Bd. of Educn. Whitehall. 5$, 
Carlton Hill, N.W.8. 

Gordon, George Sept., 1890— July, 1893 Hall, 

s. of G. Gordon, 11, Radcliffe Rd., West Bridgford, Notts, b. 
Oct. 20, 1876. Keble Coll., Ox. B.A. 1902. M.A. 1911. 
Patrol duty S. Coast 1914—16; Lieut. R.N.V.R., Malta, 
Paravane Dept. Hon. Lieut. R.N.V.R. Chap. Training 
Ship " Mercury," Hamble. H.O. Waterton, Angmering, 
Sussex. 

Greg, Robert Hyde Sept., 1890— July, 1894 Hall, 

s. of E. Hyde Greg, D.L., Cheshire, b. Dec. 24, 1876. Foreign 
Office, Egypt 1912 — 14 ; Sec. to Ld. Kitchener ; Asst. Minister, 
Lisbon 1919 ; Dir. Gen. Egyptian Foreign Affairs, 1919 — 21 ; 
H.B.M. Minister to King of Siam 1921. Order of the Nile, 
2nd CI. c/o The Foreign Office, S.W.I. 

Grieve, Alan James Sept., 1890— Apr., 1891 J.H.G. 

afterwards Mackenzie- Grieve, s. of Capt. F. J. Mackenzie- 
Grieve, R.N., Knockrobbin, Kinsale, Co. Cork. b. Feb. 11, 
1877. Exh. H.M.S. " Britannia." 3rd PI. 1891. Comdr. 
H.M.S. " Birmingham," Destruction of " U.15," Aug. 9, 1914 ; 
Heligoland 8/14, Dogger Bank 1/15, Jutland 5/16 ; H.M.S. 
" Victorian " 6/18. (American Convoy Service). Flag Capt. 
H.M.S. " Birmingham " 1/19. Chevalier of Legion of Honour 
(Fr.). 14, Royal Terrace, Weymouth. 

Hensman, Geoffrey Gordon William Sept., 1890— July, 1893 Hall, 
s. of Lt.-Col. Hensman, M.D. b. Oct. 31, 1875. XL 1893. 
S.A. War, Lt., W. Australian M.I. Severely wounded, Slingers- 
fontein Feb. 9, died at Rondebosch, Mar. 12, 1900. Served 
with such distinction that his figure and presentment were 
placed on War Memorial erected at Perth, W. Australia. 

Holder, John Alexander Sept., 1890 — July, 1894 Latham, 

s. of Sir John Holder, Bart., Pitmaston, Moseley, Worcs. b. 
Aug. 21, 1876. Capt., Army Motor Res. Brewer. Broome 
House, Worcester. 

Hooper, Edgar Wilfred Sept., 1890— Apr., 1892 Hall, 

s. of C. H. Hooper, Eastington Lodge, Stonehouse. b. June 16, 
1874. Welsh Hockey Colours 1902. F.S.I. Dist. Valuer, 
Inland Rev. Valuation Office, Reigate. 21, Beaufort Rd., 
Reigate. 

Hooper, Francis Conrad Sept., 1890- 1 -Dec., 1892 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Mar. 24, 1877. Inspr., Min. of Agric. 
and Fisheries. 13, Ivanhoe Rd., Sefton Park, Liverpool. 

Johnson, Kenneth* Sept., 1890 — Dec, 1893 Cross. 

s. of D. Johnson, Camden Wood, Chislehurst. b. Oct. 2, 1875. 



1890 FURNEAUX 153 



Jupp , Alexander Ochterlony Sept., 1890 — July, 1895 Latham. 

s. of J. Jupp, Mowbray House, Great Malvern, b. Oct. 13, 

1876. Christ's Coll., Camb. Lt. (t) Gen. List ; Recruiting 

Staff 1917 — 18. Solicitor. The Quarry House, Swindon, 

Wilts. 
Kennedy, John William Richmond 

Sept., 1890— Dec, 1892 Hall. 

s. of Rt. Hon. Sir W. R. Kennedy, P.C. b. Apr. 1, 1877. 

Business, d. in New Mexico, Mar. 14, 1914. 
MacFadzen, Thomas Herbert Sept., 1890— Mar., 1894 Mitre. 

s. of J. MacFadzen, Valparaiso, Chili, b. Dec. 12, 1876. c/o 

Messrs. Huth & Co., Valparaiso, Chili. 
Mackintosh, iEneas Ramsay Sept., 1890— July, 1895 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. Canon A. Mackintosh, 12, Quarry Terrace, Hastings. 

b. Feb. 16, 1876. Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Mod. Hist., 

1899. M.A. 1902. H.O. V. of Shaw, 1911. The Vicarage, 

Shaw, Lanes. 
Maxwell, Eustace George David Sept., 1890— July, 1893 Hall. 

s. of Rev. D. A. Maxwell, b. Feb. 12, 1876. Mason's Coll., 

Birm. Pemb. Coll., Camb. 1894. Killed in railway accident 

at Chelford, Dec. 22, 1894. 
Mitchell-Withers, Alfred Sept., 1890— Apr., 1893 Priory. 

s. of J. B. Mitchell-Withers, Parkhead, Sheffield, b. Dec. 22, 

1875. Engineer, d. May 15, 1900. 

Peirson, John Edmund Sept., 1890— July, 1896 Brook. 

s. of J. Pe rson, 32, Highbury Hill, N. b. Mar. 21, 1877. Exh. 

Leaving Exh. Wore. Coll., Ox., Exh. Chartered accountant. 

Portland House, Basinghall St., E.C., and Repton, Compton Rd., 

Winchmore Hill, N. 
Ratcliff, Percy Sept., 1890— July, 1893 Latham. 

s. of S. G. Ratcliff, 119, Fellows Rd., S. Hampstead, N.W. b. 

Apr. 23, 1876. Pte. 51st Bn., C.E.F., 1914—18; France 1915. 

Engineer, holding Govt, appointment. 119, Fellows Rd., 

S. Hampstead, N.W. 
Reinold, Kenneth Arnold Sept., 1890— July, 1894 Hall. 

s. of E. Reinold, Poona. b. Feb. 7, 1876. Exh. Bombay Dist. 

Police, d. at Bombay, June 10, 1905. 
Rhodes, Harry Sept., 1890— Dec, 1893 Priory. 

s. of C. E. Rhodes, Lane End House, Rotherham. b. Aug. 10, 

1876. Mining engineer. M.Inst. C.E. F.S.I. Pres. Midland 
Inst. Mining Engineers 1921. Served in Vol. and Territorial 
Army 1898—1917, Despatches, T.D. Lt.-Col. T.F. Res., 
attd. 5th York and Lane Regt. Lane End House, Rotherham. 

Savage, Walter George Sept., 1890— Apr., 1894 Cross. 

s. of T. Savage, J.P., Stoneleigh, Mansfield, b. Mar. 17, 1876. 

Pte. 1st Hants Labour Corps, France. 
Spilsbury, John Humphrey Arden Sept., 1890 — July, 1895 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. B. W. Spilsbury, O.R. b. Apr. 14, 1877. 

Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1898. d. Aug. 18, 1904. 
Spurgin, John Percival Dewing Sept., 1890 — July, 1892 Cross. 

s. of Rev. J. F. Spurgin. b. Dec. 31, 1875. Partner in H. B. 

Clar'. e & Co., brewers. Bushmead, 36, The Embankment, 

Bedford. 
Stewart, James Montgomery Vansittart 

Sept., 1890— July, 1895 . Brook. 

s. of Lt.-Gen. J. M. Stewart, I. A. b. July 12, 1877. K.O. Scot. 

Borderers 1898, Capt. 1905. 10th Gurkha Rifles, Gt. War 1914 

— 19, Despatches. Major, LA., 1915, retired. c/o Cox <S> Co. 

16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 



154 FURNEAUX 1890 



Trubshaw, Charles Kenneth Sept., 1890— July, 1893 J.H.G. 

s. of C. Trubshaw, F.R.I.B.A., Osmaston Rd., Derby. b. 

May 24, 1876. A.M.I.C.E. The Mount, Kedleston Rd., Derby. 
Tweedy, John Herbert Sept., 1890— Sept., 1890 Latham. 

s. of J. Tweedy, Walton-on-Tyne. b. Dec. 3, 1875. 
Walker, Theodore Acton Becher Sept., 1890— July, 1894 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. J. Walker, Averham Rect., Newark-on- 

Trent. b. Mar. 8, 1877. d. Dec. 10, 1920. 
Whlston, Arthur Norton Sept., 1890— July, 1893 Orchard. 

s. of the late W. Harvey Whiston, Idridgehay, Derby, b. Oct. 

25, 1875. Solicitor and County Coroner. Wentworth, 

Borrowash, Derby. 
Woolhouse, Frederick Sept., 1890— Dec, 1892 Orchard. 

s. of F. Woolhouse, Carrington, Nottingham, b. June 19, 

1875. Univ. Coll., Lond. d. Nov. 22, 1893. 

Wrench, Guy Theodore Sept., 1890— Dec, 1893 J.H.G. 

s. of A. C. Wrench, Kingston-on-Thames. b. Feb. 3, 1877. 

Lond. Univ., M.B., B.S. 1903. M.D. 1904. F.R.C.S. Capt. 

(t) R.A.M.C. 1918. Author, " Lord Lister, his life and work," 

" The Mastery of Life." Bath Club, 34, Dover St., W.l, and 

Victoria Rd., Karachi, India. 
Adie, Percy James Jan., 1891— Apr., 1893 J.H.G. 

s. of J. Adie, Rolandseck, Hagley Rd., Birmingham, b. May 

17, 1877. Manufacturing silversmith. 
Blackwood, George William de Grey 

Jan., 1891— July, 1894 Cross. 

s. of Major G. F. Blackwood, R.H.A. b. July 12, 1876. Scottish 

International Hockey 1902 — 06. Capt., team against Wales 

1903, and International matches 1904, 05, 06. Publisher. 45, 

George St., Edinburgh. 
Clegg, Leslie Jan., 1891— Dec, 1894 Cross. 

s. of B. W. Clegg, Newlands, Woodstock Rd., Oxford, b. Aug. 

6, 1876. Farmed in Queensland. Pte., A.I.F. d. in Egypt, 

Mar., 1915. 
Hamilton, Archibald James Rowan Jan., 1891 — Apr., 1895 Hall. 

s. of Col. G. Rowan Hamilton, Killyleagh Castle, Co. Down. 

b. Sept. 30, 1877. S.A. War, Imp. Yco., Medal (3 Clasps). 

Composer of Music. Pte., 9th London Regt., 8/14 ; Lt., Irish 

Gds., 1915. K. in A., France, Oct. 21, 1915. 
Haslam, Alfred Victor Jan., 1891— July, 1893 Cross. 

s. of Sir A. S. Haslam, Breadsall Priory, Derby, b. June 24, 

1876. Engineer, d. Feb. 28, 1907. 

Hill, Ronald Cholmeley Jan., 1891— July, 1897 Hall. 

s. of J. D. Hill, 4, Onslow Gardens, S.W. b. Sept. 28, 1877. 

F.XI. 1896. Univ. Coll., Ox. 2nd CI. Mods. 1899. B.A., 2nd 

CI. Mod. Hist., 1901. d. Feb. 12, 1911. 
Holme, Wilfred Hubert Jan., 1891— May, 1891 J.H.G. 

s. of G. Holme, Derwent House, Milford, Derby, b. Feb. 18, 1876. 
Kitchin, Vernon Parry Jan., 1891— July, 1894 Cross. 

s. of Rev. J. G. Kitchin, Hampstead. b. Mar. 2, 1876. Gold 

Medal, National Soc of French Teachers, 1893. Pemb. Coll., 

Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Mediaeval and Mod. Lang., 1898. M.A. 

1908. White Cottage, Oxted, Surrey. 
Kitchin, Ivan Harwood Jan., 1891— July, 1895 Cross. 

br. of the above, b. Apr. 30, 1877. 1st Dorset Regt. 1897. 

Major 1914, France 1914, Despatches. Bt. Lt.-Col. Retired 

1922. Mixton House, Lerryn, Cornwall. 
Lethem, Alan Mellin Jan., 1891— Dec, 1892 Mitre. 

s. of A. Lethem, New Southgate. b. May 8, 1876. Farming. 

Oak Bluff, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 



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Lundie, William Craven Compton- Jan., 1891 — Apr., 1893 Latham. 

s. of W. Compton-Lundie, Spital House, Berwicks. b. Jan. 26, 

1877. Fallbrook, San Diego Co., California, U.S.A. 
Mather, Colin Jan., 1891— Apr., 1893 Orchard. 

s. of Colin Mather, Wrenwood, Prestwich. b. May 29, 1876. 

Munitions 1914 — 17 ; Brit. Aviation Commn., Paris, 1918 — 19. 

Engineer. Paunton Court, Bishop's Froome, Hereford. 
Michell, Richard Tregerthen Jan., 1891 — Dec, 1894 Latham. 

s. of R. F. Michell, Glan Mor, Truro, b. Dec. 29, 1876. Assay 

Office, Standard Bank, Bulawayo, S. Africa. 
Morlson, Douglas Philip Sturgis Jan., 1891 — July, 1894 Mitre. 

s. of M. S. Morison, Crowhurst, Torrington Park, N. Finchley. 

b. Oct. 1, 1876. S.A. War, Lumsden's Horse, Medal (3 Clasps.) 

Shipbroker. Navity, Cromarty, N.B. 
Newton, Robert Jan., 1891— Apr., 1894 J.H.G. 

s. of R. Newton, Killymeal, Dungannon. b. Nov. 19, 1876. 

F.S.I. Land agent. J. P. Killymeal, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. 
Pearson, Douglas Jan., 1891 — July, 1894 Brook. 

s. of I. Pearson, Balgray, Harley Rd., Hampstead. b. Dec. 23, 

1876. Seed crusher, d. Feb. 6, 1914. 

Smith, Gerard Hamilton Jan., 1891 — Dec, 1893 Hall. 

s. of Lt.-Col. Sir Gerard Smith, K.C.M.G., Holford House, 

Baldock, Herts, b. Aug. 4, 1876. Member, Gov. Body, Repton 

Sch. 1910, Vice Chairman 1922. Local Dir. National Provincial 

and Union Bank of Eng. Ltd. Bank, Market Place, Derby. 
Stevens, Frederick William Jan., 1891 — Dec, 1893 Priory. 

s. of W. Stevens, The Hawthorns, Ascot Rd., Moseley. b. 

Sept. 13, 1877. A.C.A. 2nd Lt. R.A.S.C. (T.F.) 8/14, Capt. 

1916. 128, Anderton Pk. Rd., Moseley, Birmingham. 
Watson, Harold Hage Jan., 1891— July, 1892 J.H.G. 

afterwards Fothergill. s. of F. Watson, Mapperley Rd., 

Nottingham, b. Apr. 28, 1876. d. Sept. 1, 1905. 
Adshead, John Apr., 1891— Apr., 1894 Hall. 

s. of S. Adshead, Highfield, Upton, Macclesfield, b. Mar. 21, 

1875. 2nd Lt. {t) R.A.S.C. 1918. Brewer. Macclesfield 

Brewery, Macclesfield, Cheshire. 
Barber, Robert Apr., 1891— July, 1895 Orchard. 

s. of R. Barber, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, b. May 9, 1879. 

2nd Lt. (t) M.T., R.A.S.C, Egypt and Palestine 1917—19. 

Solicitor. 19, Arboretum St., Nottingham. 
Burt, Frederick Julius Augustus Apr., 1891 — Dec, 1895 Latham. 

s. of the late Hon. S. Burt, Perth, W. Australia, b. Dec. 6, 

1877. 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 3/15, Capt. 5/18; Egypt 1915, 
Palestine 1917 — 19. Solicitor. Repton, Cottesloe, W. Australia. 

Cadman, Edward Cadman Apr., 1891 — July, 1895 Mitre, 

s. of W. Smelter Cadman, Clifton, York. b. Aug. 2, 1876. 
F.XI. 1894. Land agent. 5th R. Lane Regt. (T.F.) ; Lt.-Col., 
6/17.; France, Despatches twice, D.S.O. K. in A. May 27, 1918. 

Capel, Christopher Apr., 1891 — Dec, 1892 Priory. 

s. of Chris. Capel, Prestbury House, b. June 5, 1877. Oriel. 
Coll., Ox. Late Capt. 4th Glouc Regt. Capt. 3rd. Glouc 
Regt. S.R., 9/14. Evacuation of Suvla Bay and Cape Helles, 
1915, Mesopotamia 1916. Maj. retired. Prestbury House, Glos. 

Darbyshlre, William Leete Apr., 1891 — Dec, 1892 Mitre, 

s. of the late Rev. B. S. Darbyshire. b. Dec. 8, 1875. Banker. 
6, Grange Rd. West, Birkenhead. 

Dyer, Leonard Swinnerton Apr., 1891 — July, 1894 Hall, 

s. of Col. H. C. S. Dyer, R.A. b. Oct. 30, 1875. Sub-Lieut. 
R.N.V.R., Scapa, 8/14—10/15. Aeroplane Constrn. 10/15— 
12/18. Westhope Manor, Craven Arms, Salop. 



156 FURNEAUX 1891 



Fletcher, Gerard Murray Apr., 1891 — Dec, 1893 Hall, 

s. of G. Fletcher, 40, Croxteth Rd., Liverpool, b. May 14, 1877. 
Engineer, d. July, 1900. 

Forbes, William Samuel Apr., 1891— July, 1894 Latham. 

s. of Capt. J. A. Forbes, R.N. b. Sept. 13, 1877. Electrical 
engineer, cjo J. B. Kinnear, Esq., 35, Queen St., Edinburgh. 

Gibson, James Baily Apr., 1891 — July, 1895 Orchard. 

s. of J. B. Gibson, b. Apr. 30, 1877. Amb. Driver, B.R. 
Cross, France and Belgium 10/14—5/15 ; Lt. (0 R.A.S.C, 
1917 — 19 ; Salonika ; M.B.E. Solicitor. Beaconsfield, Bucks. 

Granville, Cecil Horace Plantagenet Apr., 1891 — Apr., 1895 Brook, 
s. of F. J. Granville, Wellesbourne Hall, Warwicks. b. Jan. 26, 
1877. F.S. S.A. War, 1st Australian Horse, Medal (2 Clasps). 
Maj. 1st Light Horse, A.I.F. 1914; Lt.-Col. 1917. Egypt, 
Gallipoli, Palestine, 1914 — 19, Despatches twice, D.S.O., Order, 
Star of Rumania. Farming. Gundai, Ray Rd., Car ling ford, 
N.S.W. 

Holllday, Hubert Apr., 1891— Apr., 1894 J.H.G. 

s. of H. Holliday, Blythwood, Harrow-on-the-Hill. b. May 15, 
1876. Late Engineer and Assist. Manager, Carnbroe Ironworks. 

Hopper, Ashley Scott Apr., 1891— Dec, 1893 • Hall, 

s. of A. R. Hopper, 63, Rodney St., Liverpool, b. Nov. 15. 
1876. M.B., Ch.B. 1903. Capt. R.A.M.C. (T.F.), India and 
France 1914 — 19. Surg., White Star Line. 4, Palmerston St., 
Bollington, Macclesfield. 

Jowltt, Thomas Apr., 1891 — July, 1894 Orchard, 

s. of J. W. Jovvitt, Shirecliffe House, Pitsmoor, Sheffield, 
b. Jan. 4, 1878. Engineer and surveyor, d. June 10, 1908. 

Judklns, Walter Apr., 1891— Dec, 1892 Priory, 

s. of W. A. Judkins. b. May 13, 1876. Late Capt. 5th Rifle 
Brig. Ashanti, 1900, Medal. S.A. War, 1901—02, Medal 
(5 Clasps). Hon. Capt. Quarry owner, d., in S. Africa, 
Mar. 14, 1921. 

Meakin, Reginald Apr., 1891— July, 1893 Mitre. 

s. of A. Meakin, Henshall Hall, Congleton. b. Oct. 17, 1876. 
Pottery manufacturer, d. Oct., 1899. 

Meynell, Hugo Apr., IS91 -July, IS'.M Hall. 

s. of G. Meynell, Meynell Langley, Derby, b. July 1, 1875. 
F.XI. 1893." Sufi. Regt. 1897. LA. 1907. A.-D.-C. to Gov., 
Bombay, 1903—07. 29th Lancers. France 1914—17, Major 
1915, Invalided out. Chevalier, Legion of Honour (Fr.). 
Meynell Langley, Derby. 

Nelson, John Apr., 1891— July, 1895 Hall. 

s. of John Nelson, Sherborne, Malvern, b. Nov. 25, 1877. 
Farmed in U.S.A. and Vancouver. Gunr. 137th Bty. C.F.A. 
2/16, France, K. in A., at Vimy Ridge, May 1917. 

Pattlnson, John Apr., 1891— Apr., 1893 HomeB. 

s. of the late J. Pattinson, O.R. b. June 1, 1878. Corpl. 17th 
Lancers 9/14 ; 2nd Lt. (t) R. Munster Fus. 1/16 ; France 1917, 
Despatches. Manager, Austin & Co., Market Place, Derby, and 
49, Markeaton St., Derby. 

Power, James William D'Oyly le Poer 

Apr., 1891— Apr., 1893 Cross, 

s. of James William Power, b. Mar. 30, 1876. Coffee and 
rubber planter, F.M.S. d. Mar. 30, 1922. 

Tootal, Ernest Albert Apr., 1891— Dec, 1893 Orchard. 

s. of the late A. Tootal, Hampstead. b. Jan 15, 1877. Mana- 
ger, London and River Plate Bank Ltd. 32, Rua Aurea 
Lisbon. 



1891 FURNEAUX 157 

Vickers, Herbert Apr., 1891— July, 1895 Mitre. 

s. of W. Vickers, Rose Hill, Smedley Lane, Manchester, b. 

June 20, 1876. F.XI. 1894. Clare Coll., Camb. Football 

Blue 1897—99. B.A. 1899. Manufacturing chemist, d. July 

26, 1917. 
Wild, Harry Edward Apr., 1891 — Dec, 1892 Mitre. 

s. of A. E. Wild, Lahore, India, b. Oct. 29, 1875. 
Veal, Charles Lewis May, 1891— Dec, 1894 Priory. 

s. of R. H. Veal, 31, Grosvenor Rd., Gunnersbury, W. b. Aug. 

29, L876. XI. 1894. 1st Welsh Regt. 1898. S.A. War, 1899 

— 1902, Despatches, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's Medal (2 

Clasps). Capt. 1904, retired 1913. Rejoined for service 1914, 

France and Palestine, Despatches; Major 1915, Res. of Of. 

cjo Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Vicary, William Robert May. 1891— Dec, 1894 Priory. 

s. of R. Vicary, Churchills, Newton Abbot, b. Aug. 7, 1877. 

Late Capt. 5th V.B. Devon Regt. Highweek, Newton Abbot. 
Hartland, Edward Lewis May, 1891— July, 1895 Priory. 

s. of A. H. Hartland. b. Jan. 17, 1876. Clare Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1898. d. at Antwerp, July 22, 1899. 
Archdale, John Frederick St. Quintin 

Sept., 1891— July, 1894 Cross. 

s. of F. Archdale, Baldock, Herts, b. June 22, 1877. Capt. 

5th Hants. Regt. (T.F.) 10/14 ; India and Palestine 1914—19, 

Despatches. Secretary, Brockenhurst Manor Golf Club, 

Brockenhurst. 
Archibald, Malcolm George Sept., 1891— July, 1890 Hall. 

s. of Sir W. F. A. Archibald, O.R. b. Nov. 25, 1878. St. John's 

Coll., Ox. B.A. 1900. M.A. 1909. Chap. R.M.C. Sandhurst 

1906—09 ; V. of St. Judes, Southsea 1909—12 ; C.F., R.M.A. 

Woolwich, 1915. d. Dec. 16, 1921. 
Bamford, Percy Sept., 1891— July, 1894 Orchard. 

s. of the late Isaac Bamford. b. Aug. 5, 1877. Major 10th 

Manch. Regt. (T.F.), Egypt and Gallipoli 1914—15 ; Lt.-Col. 

8th Manch. Regt. O.B.E. T.D. The Bungalow, High Lane, 

Cheshire. 
Barton, Claude William Boileau Sept., 1891 — Apr., 1895 Brook. 

s. of Rev. J. Barton, Trinity Vic, Cambridge, b. Apr. 5, 1877. 

P.A.S.I. With French Red Cross 1915 ; Divisnl. Comdr. of 

Special Constabulary, Ewcross Divn., Yorks., 1915 — 19. Land 

agent. Hall Garth, Clapham, Yorks. 
Barwick, John Marshall Dinsdale Sept., 1891— Feb., 1896 Cross. 

s. of J. M. Barwick, O.R. b. July 20, 1877. St. John's Coll., 

Ox. B.A. M.A. 1005. Solicitor. 24, Basinghall St., 

Leeds. 
Boyle, Robert Colquhoun Sept., 1891 — July, 1896 Latham. 

s. of Rear-Adm. R. H. Boyle, R.N. b. Dec. 4, 1877. Exh. 

Indian Police, 4th PI. 1897. Commandant, Samana Rifles and 

Border Military Police, Kohat Dist. O.C., Indian Frontier 

Constab., N.W.F.F., 1916, Afghan Front 1918, CLE. c/o The 

Alliance Bank of Simla, Peshawar, India. 
Bradley, Neville Sept., 1891— July, 1894 Orchard. 

s. of F. Bradley, Wolverley, Morley Rd., Southport. b. Mar. 

1, 1878. Victoria Univ., Liverpool. M.B., Ch.B. 1903. Capt. 

(/) R.A.M.C. 1918. C.M.S. Med. Missionary. Yunnan-Fu, 

China. 
Browne, Charles Gordon Meredith Sept., 1891— July, 1894 Hall. 

s. of C. R. Browne, Surbiton. b. July 20, 1877. d. Apr. 1, 

1912. 



158 FURNEAUX 1891 



Burt, Reginald George Edward 

Sept., 1891— Dec, 1895 Latham. 

s. of the late Hon. S. Burt, Perth, W. Australia, b. Oct. 17, 

1879. Pastoralist. Brick House Station, Carnarvon, W. 

A ustralia. 
Cattley, Bernard La-w Sept., 1891— July, 1893 Mitre. 

s. of O. J. Cattley, Constitutional Club. b. Apr. 24, 1876. S.A. 

War, served with Roberts' Horse, later Midland Mounted 

Rifles, Lt., 2 Medals. Engineer. 
Cattley, Patrick Oswald Sept., 1891— July, 1896 Mitre. 

br. of the above, b. Apr. 17, 1879. On active service during 

the Great War. Merchant. Harbin, N. Manchuria, China. 
Chapman, Walter Bartlett Sept., 1891— July, 1893 Mitre. 

s. of W. M. Chapman, Southampton, b. Dec. 23, 1876. Edin. 

Univ., M.B., Ch.B. L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. Townsville, North 

Queensland. 
Chaytor, Edmund Hugh Sept., 1891— Apr., 1893 J.H.G. 

succeeded his father as 6th Bart. 1913. b. Nov. 11, 1876. 

Stockbroker. Served in Scots Gds. 1916 ; Lt. R.A.S.C, S.R., 

1918. Witton Castle, W itton-le-W ear , Co. Durham. 
Dalby, Philip Sept., 1891— Jifne, 1896 Mitre. 

s. of R. Dalby Dalby, Line. Inn. b. Nov. 14, 1877. Pemb. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1899. M.A. 1903. V. of Highmore 1912 — 

13. Gt. Ashfield Vic, Bury St. Edmunds. 
Dalrymple-Hay, Robert William Sept., 1891— July, 1895 J.H.G. 

s. of J. F. Dalrymple-Hay, Dunlop House, Dunlop, N.B. b. 

Mar. 2, 1877. Indigo planter. Died, in consequence of fall 

from horse, May 30, 1897. 
Darroch, Angus Stuart Sept., 1891— Cross. 

s. of Rev. C. S. P. Darroch. b. Aug. 3, 1877. d. at Repton, 

Oct. 31, 1894. 
Deakin, Stanley Sept., 1891— Dec, 1893 Cross. 

s. of the late J. B. Deakin, Prince's Park, Liverpool, b. Nov. 

9, 1876. The Retreat, Wootton Wawen, Birmingham. 
Dixon, Austin Clarence Sept., 1891 — Dec, 1895 J.H.G. 

s. of E. M. Dixon, Heatherdale, Woodford Green, b. Aug. 13, 

1878. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1904. Late C.M.O., Antofagasta 

Ry. Capt. R.A.M.C. 1916 — 19, East Africa. Kenmare House, 

Walsall. 
Elliot, Francis Harmar Sept., 1891— July, 1894 J.H.G. 

s. of J. W. Elliot, Hunter House, Sheffield, b. Apr. 19, 1875. 

d. at home, Sept. 6, 1894. 
Etherington Smith, Thomas Basil 

Sept., 1891— July, 1897 Hall. 

s. of J. H. Etherington Smith, O.K., East Ella, Putney, b. 

Sept. 27, 1878. Exh. Sen. 1893. Leaving Exh. Oriel Coll.. 

Ox., Sch. 1st CI. Class. Mods. 1899. 13. A., 3rd CI. Litt. Hum., 

1901. Ox. Boat 1900, 01. Internat. Cup, Cork Regatta, 
Leander VIII., Winners 1902. Egypt, Min. of Pub. Instruction 

1902, of Finance 1904, Pri. Sec. to Financial Adviser 1906, 
Sub-Director, Secretariat 1908, Dir. Gen. Accounts 1915. 
d. at Cairo, Aug. 20, 1915. 

Fisher, Harry Bruges Sept., 1891 — Dec, 1894 Priory, 

s. of Col. H. Oakden Fisher, Radyr, Cardiff, b. Jan. 14, 1878. 
2nd Wilts. Regt. 1899. S.A. War, 1900—01, Despatches, Medal 
(3 Clasps). Major 1915. Egypt 1915, France 1916 ; O.C. 12th 
Y. and L. Regt. 8/16. K. in A. at IVstubert, Oct. 3, 1916. 

Gould, Leonard McLeod Sept., 1891 — July, 1897 Mitre, 

s. of the late Rev. Joseph Gould, Repton Sch. b. July 25, 1878. 
Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1900. Sergt. 102nd Bn. 



1891 FURNEAUX 159 



C.E.F. ; France 8/16— 4/19 ; M.S.M. Croix de Guerre (Belg.). 

cjo R. T. Gould, Blenheim House, Glastonbury. 
Hadow, Arthur Lovell Sept., 1891— July, 1896 Brook. 

s. of Rev. J. L. G. Hadow, O.R. b. Oct. 25, 1877. Oriel Coll., 

Ox. 1st Norf. Regt. 1898. Waziristan Exp., 1901—02, Medal 

with Clasp. Ihibct, 1903 — 04, Despatches, Medal with Clasp. 

Attached to Egyptian Army 1906 — 15. O.C. Newfoundland 

Regt., Gallipoli, Evacuation of Suvla Bay and Cape Helles 

1915, France 1916, 17 ; Despatches 3 times, C.M.G. ; 

Order of the Nile, 4th CI. Lt.-Col. 1922. c/o Holt and Co., 

3, Whitehall Place, S.W.I. 
Hodgkin, Robert Howard Sept., 1891 — Dec, 1891 Latham. 

s. of T. Hodgkin, D.C.L., Litt.D., Barmoor Castle, Beal. b. 

Apr. 24, 1877. Ball. Coll., Ox. 1893. B.A., 1st CI. Mod. Hist. 

Hockey Blue. Capt. 7th Northd. Fus. (T.F.) 1914—19, Press 

Communique. Fellow and Lecturer, Queen's Coll., Oxford. 
Hounsfleld, James Sept., 1891— July, 1893 J.H.G. 

s. of T. Hounsfield, Cotleigh House, Hackenthorpe, Sheffield. 

b. May 21, 1875. The Farm, Hackenthorpe, Sheffield. 
Jupp, Reginald Lawson Sept., 1891 — Dec, 1896 Latham. 

s. of J. Jupp, Mowbray House, Great Malvern, b. Dec. 4, 1877. 

F.XI. 1894, 95, 96. Formerly ranching in the Argentine. 2nd 

Lt. R.F.A., S.R., 3/15. Lt. 1917. France 1915—17, Despatches. 

Grove Farm Pettistree, Wickham Market, Suffolk. 
Lance, Charles Francis Sept., 1891— July, 1895 Hall. 

s. of Lt.-Gen. Sir F. Lance, K.C.B. b. Jan. 20, 1877. XL 1895. 

2nd Lt. (t) Motor M.G.C. 2/17, Lt. 8/18. Cattle farming. 

Buckland Farm, Molo, Kenya Colony. 
Lubbock, Reginald Nevile Sept., 1891— July, 1894 Brook. 

s. of Sir Nevile Lubbock, K.C.M.G. b. May 19, 1876. 16, 

Julians Rd., Stevenage, Herts. 
Madden, John Gregg Sept., 1891— July, 1894 Latham. 

s. of The Very Rev. S. O. Madden, The Deanery, Cork. b. 

Sept. 10, 1876. Engineer. 26, Goldington Rd., Bedford. 
Mammatt, Frederick Smith Sept., 1891 — Dec, 1897 Priory. 

s. of Edward Frederick Mammatt, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. b. 

June 10, 1879. F.S. F.XI. 1896, 97. S.A. War, Yeo. Lt. 

R.G.A. 1916 — 19. cjo E. A. Mammatt, Ashby-de-la- 

Zouch. 
Marshall, Reginald Philip Sept., 1891— July, 1897 Hall. 

s. of Rev. C. J. Marshall, O.R. b. Dec. 19, 1877. Keble Coll., 

Ox., B.A., 3rd CI. Nat. Sci., 1901. Science Master, R.N. Coll., 

Osborne 1905 — 19. Detained at Osborne in lieu of service in 

R.N. 1914 — 19. Headmaster, Prep. Sch. Brockhurst, Church 

Stretton, Salop. 
Mitchell -Withers, William Charles 

Sept., 1891— Dec, 1894 Priory. 

s. of J. B. Mitchell- Withers, Parkhead, Sheffield, b. May 28, 

1877. Mining engineer. 
Monro, Frederic Robert D'Oyly Sept., 1891— July, 1896 Mitre. 

s. of F. J. Monro, Alton House, Hampstead. b. Dec. 23, 1876. 

XL 1895. Capt. 1896. F.XI. 1895. 1st Agg. P. 1896. 2nd 

Lt. (t) R.G.A. 8/16., Lt. 1918; France 1917—18. Hon. Sec. 

Pilgrims Cricket Club. Solicitor. 70, Queen St., E.C.4, and 4, 

Redington Rd., Hampstead, N.W.3. 
Morris, William George Wingate Sept., 1891 — Apr., 1896 Cross. 

s. of the late Rev. W. Morris, b. Sept. 25, 1877. Solicitor, 

retired, c/o Barclay's Bank, 19, Fleet St., E.C.4. 
Murray, Douglas Stuart Sept., 1891 — July, 1892 Cross. 

s. of W. Murray, 2, Gresham Buildings, Basinghall St., E.C. 



ICO FURNEAUX 1891 

b. Apr. 30, 1876. Went to Malvern Coll. Pemb. Coll., Camb. 

Merchant, c/o John Sanderson & Co., William St., Melbourne, 

A ustralia. 
Pattinson, Walter Sept., 1891— Dec, 1894 Home B. 

s. of the late J. Pattinson, O.R. b. Sept. 16, 1879. Grocer. 

Post Office, Repton, Derby. 
Price, Hubert Denton Sept., 1891— July, 1893 Mitre. 

8. of J. Price, Jesmond, Newcastle-on-Tyne. b. Feb. 6, 1877. 

Farming. 
Rodger, William Samuel Sept., 1891 -July, 1893 Brook. 

s. of G. Rodger, Newton Bank, Preston Brook, Warrington. 

b. July 11, 1877. Stock farmer. El Trebol, Huena lisperanza, 

F.C.P., Buenos Aires. 
Sale, Harold Bernard Sept., 1891 — July, 1898 Orchard. 

s. of the late W. H. Sale, The Uplands, Derby, b. Oct. 20 

1879. F.XI. 1897. A.M.I.E.E. La Usina, La Canal San 

Fernando, Buenos Aires. 
Sanderson, George Percy Manners 

Sept., 1891— July, 1897 Cross. 

s. of Rev. Canon E. M. Sanderson, Netherwood, Godalming. 

b. Mar. 19, 1878. Trim Coll., Camb. 15. A. 1902. V. of 

Crewe Green, and Chap, to Marq. of Crewe 1913 — 19. T.C.F. 

1915 — 16. Frankby Vic, Birkenhead. 
Scholefield, Francis William Bertram 

Sept., 1891— July, 1896 Cross. 

s. of W. Scholefield, 20, Devonshire Place, Harrogate, b. Apr. 

21,1877. Clare Coll., Camb. Civil engineer, cfo J. McDiar- 

mid & Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba. 
Scoby, William Harrison Sept., L891 -July, 1*95 Hall. 

s of Col. W. Scoby, V.D., J. P., Hob Ground House, Sinnington. 

b. Dec. 24, 1875. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1899. M.A. 1902. 

Sergt. R.A.S.C, France 1917. //<>/> Ground House, Sinnington. 

Yorks. 
Scorer, Charles Reynolds Sept.. Is'.tl \,, r ., 1*94 Orchard. 

s. of C. Scorer, Coombe Hurst, Lincoln, b. Pec. 2, l*7fi. 

Honours, and Mackrell P., Final Law Ex. (apt. 4th Lines. 

Regt. (T.F.) 1914—18; France 1914 -16. Solicitor, Under 

Sheri I for Lines. Hilton House, Lincoln. 
Searle, Sydney Sept., L891— Dec., L894 Priory. 

s. of S. W. Searle, Sudbury Priory, Harrow. 1). June 7, 1877. 

Comdr. R.N.V.R. ; served at Antwerp and Gallipoh with 

Drake Bn., R.N. Divn. 1914—15; 11. M.S. "Iron Duke" 

1916—17, H.M.S. "Queen Elizabeth" 1917—19, on staff of 

C.-in-C, Grand Fleet. O.B.E. Y.I). Foulden House, Ben 

on -Tiered. 
Shaw-Hamilton, Robert Cope Hardy 

Sept., 1891 -July. 1896 Hall. 

s. of Very Rev. Dean of Armagh, b. Sept. 7, 1*77. Late 4th 

Dragoon Guards. Great War, 1914 I*: Despatches, Bt, 

Major. Stephens Green Club, Dublin. 
Shepstone, Martin Amyas Sept., 1*91 Dec., 1*9:5 Cross. 

s. of George f. P. Shepstone. 1>. Jan. 2, 1878. Electrical 

engineer. Lt. R.F.C.S.R. 11/15; Lt. R.A.F., Techn. Offr. 4/18. 
Southwell, Cyril Horace Back n Sspt., 1891— July, 1893 Hall. 

s. of H. B. Southwell, Fairfield, Bridgnorth, b. July 30, 1876. 

S.A. War, 1899—1900, served in Mafeking Town "Guard during 

siege, Medal with Clasp. Devonia, Portland Villas, Portslade, 

Brighton. 
Stocks, Edward Hugh Sept., 1891— July, 1894 Hall. 

s. of Ven. Archd. Stocks, Minster Precincts, Peterborough, b. 



1891 FURNEAUX 161 

Feb. 10, 1877. Exh. Dep. Gen. Manager, Lloyds and National 
Provincial Foreign Bank Ltd. 2, rue de la Paix, Paris. 

Summers, Ernest Percy Reginald 

Sept., 1891— Apr., 1893 Orchard, 
ward of W. A. Summers, Tellisford House, Clifton, Bristol, b. 
Mar. 31, 1878. 

Talboys, Rollo St. Clair Sept., 1891— July, 1893 Priory, 

s. of Rev. J. W. Talboys. b. July 30, 1877. Exh. St. John's 
Coll., Ox. 1897. Casberd Exh. 1900, 01. B.A., 1st CI. Mod. 
Hist., 1901. M.A. F.R.Hist. Soc. R.N.V.R., attd. R.N.A.S. 
1917, R.A.F. Capt. 1918, Despatches. Wellington Coll., Berks. 

Tomllnson, Ernest Hoskins Sept., 1891— July. 1897 Priory, 
s. of the late H. G. Tomlinson, O.R. b. Apr. 22, 1878. New 
Coll., Ox. 3rd CI. Jurisp., B.A. 1900. 6th The N. Staff. Regt. 
(T.F.) 1902., Maj. 5/16, France 1915—17 ; T.D. ; Lt.-Col. 1920, 
T.F. Res. Jun. Army and Navy Club, Whitehall, S.W.I, and 
55, Cambridge Mansions, S.W.ll. 

Tomlinson, Francis Robert Sept., 1891 — July, 1894 Priory, 
s. of the late R. W. Tomlinson, O.R. b. Apr. 19, 1877. Clare 
Coll., Camb. B.A. M.A. I.E.S. Prin. Multan Coll. 1920. 
East India United Service Club, S.W.I, and Multan Coll., 
Multan, India. 

Travers, John Francis Sept., 1891— July, 1895 Brook. 

s. of P. F. Travers, New Walk, Beverley, b. Mar. 27, 1878. 
Solicitor. Fairfield Lodge, Brough, E. Yorks. 

Wilson, George Lawrence Sept., 1891— Dec, 1893 J.H.G. 

s. of the late John Wilson, Bridgewater, Cobham. b. Oct. 29, 
1876. F.XI. 1893. Merchant. 20, Cranley Gardens, S.W.7. 

Morgan, Morgan Hughes Buckley Sept., 1891— July, 1893 Hall. 
s. of Sir Morgan Morgan, b. Oct. 3, 1876. Cardiff, 1st and 2nd 
XV. 1898, 99, 1900. Capt. 3rd S. Lanes. Regt., Maj. 10/15 ; 
France 1914—16. d. Nov. 22, 1917. 

Pudsey, Denison Sept., 1891 — July, 1893 Priory, 

s. of Col. H. F. Pudsey, J. P., The Hall, Sutton-on-Hull, E. 
Yorks. b. July 21, 1876. R.G.A. 1900. Served Brit. Legation 
Guard, and attd. Peking Legation 1904 — 11; interpreter in 
Chinese. Great War, Commanded R.F.A. Bde. ; Tsingtau, 
Salonica, Italy, France, Despatches 3 times, D.S.O., Mil. Order 
of the Tiger (China). Major 1914. Serving with Mil. Inter- 
Allied Commission of Control, Cuxhaven, Germany. 

Adshead, Philip Henry Jan., 1892— Dec, 1894 Hall, 

s. of S. Adshead, Highneld, Upton, Macclesfield, b. Feb. 23, 
1876. Lt. (t) 2nd Gordon Highrs. 6/16 ; France and Italy 
1916 — 19, Despatches, M.C. Brewer. Dawsons, Ivy Lane, 
Macclesfield. 

Alderson, G. W. Rowland P. Jan., 1892 — Apr., 1896 Mitre, 

s. of Mrs. Alderson, Norton Lees, Meersbrook, Sheffield, b. 
Oct. 20, 1877. A.S.I. 1899. S.A. War, Imp. Yeo. Killed 
at Truerfontein, Jan. 21, 1902. 

Blomefield, Wilmot Jan., 1892— Apr., 1895 Cross, 

s. of Sir T. W. P. Blomefield, Bart., C.B., O.R. b. Nov. 26, 
1878. Late Asst. Traffic Supt. Buenos Aires Western Ry. 
2nd Lt. (t) JR.E. Rly. Operating Div. 10/16; Major 1918; 
Despatches, O.B.E., Chevalier of Legion of Honour. Redlands, 
Gerrards Cross. 

Charlton- Jones, Gordon Jan., 1892 — Dec, 1895 J.H.G. 

s. of John Charlton- Jones. b. Aug. 24, 1878. Loughmoor, 
Askill, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal. 

Curgenven, William Charles Jan., 1892 — July, 1894 Mitre. 

s. of C. J. Curgenven,. RN. b. Nov. 7, 1876. F.XI. 1893. 



162 FURNEAUX 1892 



XI. 1894. S. Wales Borderers, 1897. S.A. War, 1900—02, 

Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps). Officer, 

Coy. of Gentlemen Cadets 1909. Capt. 1907. France 8/14. 

K. in A., Oct. 21, 1914. 
Dawson, Geoffrey Charles Jan., 1892 — Apr., 1894 Priory. 

s. of G. F. Dawson, The Furnace, Newent, Glos. b. Dec. 22, 

1878. F.S. S.A. War, 1st Australian contingent. Trooper, 

German S.W. Africa 1914 — 15. Farming. Koedoesfontein, 

P.O. Rietb ok spruit, Waterburg, Transvaal Prov. 
Deed, Harold Martin Jan., 1892— Dec, 1893 Mitre. 

s. of the late Martin Deed, Queen Anne's Mansions, S.W.I, b. 

Feb. 23, 1877. Business. 
Finch, Vere Jan., 1892— Dec, 1895 Latham. 

s. of H. R. Finch, Manton, Oakham, b. Aug. 15, 1878. Man- 
ton, Oakham. 
Goodacre, John Frank Johnson Jan., 1892 — July, 1892 Priory. 

s. of J. Goodacre, Leicester, b. Sept. 17, 1876. Licentiate 

R.I.B.A. 1911. Pte. 8th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 6/15 ; 

R.D.C. 1916 — 19. Surveyor, Clumber and Worksop Estate. 

Park Place, Worksop. 
Hewson, Maurice Francis Brown rigg 

Jan., 1892— Hall. 

s. of J. B. Hewson, Castle Hewson, Askeaton, Ireland, b. Sept. 

17, 1877. d. at Repton, Apr. 3, 1892. 
Marsh, Oswald John Jan., 1892— Dec, 1895 Orchard. 

s. of J. W. Marsh, East India Rd., London, b. Nov. 17, 1877. 

Sergt. N.Z. Contingent 8/14, Egypt and France 1915. R.A.S.C. 

1916 — 19. Lt. (t) 1917. The Other House, Farnham Common, 

Bucks. 
Paddock, George Leslie Harper Jan., 1892— July, 1896 Cross. 

s. of W. W. Paddock, Hartwell Hall, Stone, Staffs, b. Dec. 6, 

1877. d. in Mexico, Aug. 15, 1914. 
Paddock, William Albert Jan., 1892— July, 1892 Cross. 

br. of the above, b. Feb. 16, 1880. 1300, Pandora Avenue, 

Victoria, B.C. 
Philips, Frederick James Jan., 1892— Julv, 1894 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. E. Philips, b. Jan. 1, 1878. 2nd Lt. R.F.A. 

(T.F.) 8/14, Lt. 1916 ; France 1915—18 ; Asst. Supt. Remount 

Dept. 1918 — 19. The Long Close, Hollington, Stoke-on-Trent. 
Phillips, Cecil Marshall Jan., 1892— Apr., 1894 Hall. 

s. of G. F. Phillips, O.R., North Hall, Royston. b. Apr. 13, 

1877. Acton Hall, Felton, Northumberland. 
Roberts, Charles Albert Jan., 1892— July, 1893 Priory. 

s. of C, Roberts, Wych Elms, Bidston Rd., Oxton. b. Aug. 16, 

1876. Stockbroker. Wych Elms, Bidston Rd., Oxton, Cheshire. 
Skevington, Thomas Jan., 1892— July, 1892 Home B. 

s. of A. Skevington, Repton. b. Jan. 4, 1880. 
Topham, William John Jan., 1892— Dec, 1892 J.H.G. 

s. of H. Topham, M.D., Woolton Hill, Christchurch Rd., 

Bournemouth, b. Aug. 13, 1876. In S. Africa. 
Barwick, Richard Lavington Apr., 1892 — Dec, 1898 Cross. 

s. of J. M. Barwick, O.R. b. Nov. 26, 1878. Christ's Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1901. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1907. Capt. {t) 

R.A.M.C. France 1916 — 19. Tree House, Burley, nr. Brocken- 

hurst. 
Blackburn, William Apr,, 1892— July, 1897 Mitre. 

s. of W. Blackburn, Green Bank, Withington, Manchester, b. 

Aug. 25, 1878. F.XI. 1894. Capt. 1895, 96. XL 1897. Oriel 

Coll., Ox. 2nd CI. Mods. 1899. B.A., 2nd CI. Theol., 1901. 

Football Blue 1899, 1900. Capt. 1901. Chap. Oriel Coll., 1902. 



1892 FURNEAUX 163 



M.A. 1904. Lecturer, Hert. Coll., Ox. 1906—09. Warden, 

St. Columba Coll. Rathfarnham, 1909. d. Nov. 17, 1919. 
Cox, Norman Simpson Apr., 1892— July, 1894 Latham. 

s. of the late J. H. Cox, St. George's Sq., Sunderland, b. Sept. 

3, 1877. Rugby International 1901. Engineer. 8, The 

Esplanade, Sunderland. 
David, Lewis Woolley Apr., 1892— July, 1896 Latham. 

s.ofE. David, The Hendre, Llandaff . b. June 30, 1877. Pemb. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1899. S.A. War, 1900—01, Glam. Yeo. 

F.S.I. 2nd Lt. Glam. Yeo. (T.F.), 8/14, Capt., 1916, Adjt., 

R.F.C. 1917, Egypt 1916—18. Estate agent and Surveyor. 

The Hendre, Llandaff, Cardiff. 
Dickson, Francis Henry Apr., 1892— Apr., 1897 Mitre. 

s. of F. K. Dickson, Wye House, Buxton, b. Mar. 20, 1880. 

Amateur Foils Champion of Scotland 1902, 03. Edin. Univ. 

Fencing Blue 1903. M.B., Ch.B. 1905. Hon. Associate, 

Order of St. John 1922. 8, Longwall, Oxford. 
Duxbury, Edward George Apr., 1892 — Dec, 1894 Orchard. 

s. of J. Duxbury, Northleigh, North Promenade, St. Annes-on- 

Sea. b. Oct. 26, 1877. Shipping merchant. 57, Whitworth 

^t lYl cL'vich.&st&Y 
Griffiths, Harold Apr., 1892— Dec, 1893 J.H.G. 

s. of A. H. Griffiths, J. P., Thornbury, Woodbourne Rd., 

Edgbaston. b. Nov. 28, 1876. Engineer, d. Nov. 21, 1914. 
Hanmer, Calvert William Apr., 1892— July, 1895 J.H.G. 

s. of W. Hanmer, 52, Manchester Rd., Southport. b. Feb. 16 

1879. 
Hoare, Henry Augustus Stafford Noel 

Apr., 1892 — Apr., 1892 Cross. 

s. of G. N. Hoare, Finchers, Amersham. b. Mav 3, 1877. 
Hunter, Henry Malcolm Apr., 1892— July, 1896 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. J. Hunter, b. June 11, 1877. Gonv. and Caius 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1899. Pte. R.A.S.C. Forage Dept. 4/18. 

Mattishall Hall, Dereham, Norfolk. 
lies, Alfred John Hopkinson Apr., 1892 — Apr., 1895 Hall. 

s. of A. R. lies, Shutterne House, Taunton, b. Julv 12, 1878. 

S.A. War 1899—1900. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1907. Hon. Med. 

Ref., R. National Hosp. for Consumption, Ventnor ; Hon. Med. 

Offr., Electrical Dept. Taunton and Somerset Hosp. ; Hon. 

Radiographer, Minehead and Dunster Hosp. ; Med. Electrician, 

Somerset County Council, Capt. R.A.M.C. (T.F.), France, 

O. i/c, Electrotherapeutic Dept. 1914 — 19. Shutterne House, 

Taunton. 
Lumsden, Alfred Forbes Apr., 1892 — July, 1894 Brook. 

s. of J. F. Lumsden, Johnston House, Aberdeen, b. June 3, 

1877. 2nd R. Scots. 1900. S.A. War, 1899—1901, Medal (3 

Clasps). Major 1915. Brig.-Gen. 1918; France, 1914, 17; 

Salonica 1915, Despatches 5 times, D.S.O. K. in A. near Arras 

June 24, 1918. 
Malaher, Basil Hugh Apr., 1892— Apr., 1895 Latham. 

s. of Rev. W. E. Malaher, Shifnal Vic, Salop, b. Oct. 24, 1877. 

C.E. Canadian Forest Corps 1915, Sergt. France, d. June 11,1922. 
Mann, George Duncan Apr., 1892— July, 1893 J.H.G. 

s. of Horace Mann, Conservative Club, S.W. b. Aug. 28, 1876. 

Norfolk Art. 1897. A.-D.-C. to Earl Minto, Gov. Gen., Canada 

1899—1900. S.A. War, 1902, Medal (2 Clasps). R.F.A. 1900. 

Seed. W.A.F.F. 1910—18, Lt.-Col. 1913, Temp. Brig.-Gen. 
10/17 ; Cameroons 1914—16, German E. Africa 1916 — 18, 

Despatches 3 times, D.S.O. ; Major R.F.A. , 1914, Bt. Lt.-Col. 
1918. Bath Club, Dover St., W.l. 



164 FURNEAUX 1892 



Mason, Charlton William Apr., 1892— Dec, 1894 Priory. 

s. of Mrs. Mason, 12, Welleslev Terrace, Prince's Park, Liver- 
pool, b. Feb. 2, 1877. 
Nicholls, Sydney Herbert Apr., 1892— Dec, 1895 Mitre. 

s. of S. Nicholls, Oak Hall, Buckhurst Hill. b. Dec. 30, 1877. 

Merchant. Thornleigh, Palmerston Rd., Buckhurst Hill, Essex. 
Pearce, Nathaniel Apr., 1892— July, 1898 Cross. 

s. of A. Pearce, O.R. b. June 20, 1879. Engineer, Indian Pub. 

Works, Rly. Dept., Curzon Bridge 1902, Coonoor Ootacamund 

Rly. 1905 — 09. Dep. Chief Engineer, Eastern Bengal Rly. 

E. Bengal Rly., Calcutta. 
Ransome, John Theodore Apr., 1892 -Dec, 189") Cross. 

s. of the late A. Ransome, M.D., Bournemouth, b. Nov. 7, 

1S7S. Fngineer. Villa Regina, Mentone, S. France. 
Richardson, Sydney Apr., 1892 -July, 1895 Latham. 

s. of T. Richardson, 7, Windsor Terrace, Newcastle on-Tyne. 

b. Jan. 22, 1879. d. in Vancouver. Nov. 4, 1918. 
Searight, James Gerald Lamb Apr., 1892 — Dec, 1896 Priory. 

s. of James Searight, Jun., Bournemouth, b. Jan. 23, 1878. 

F.XI. 1895, 96. XL 1896. R. Scots 1898. S.A. War, 1899— 

1902, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps) ; Lt. 

Res. of Off. ; Lt.-Col., Comdt. R.D.C. 1915—19, O.B.E. Jun. 

United Service Club, S.W.I. 
Weiss, Alec Jessop Apr., 1892— Apr., 1894 J.H.G. 

s. of J. Weiss, Edgbaston. b. Aug. 8, 1877. 
Wilkinson, Geoffrey Howard Apr. 1892— Apr. 1896 J.H.G. 

s. of H. Wilkinson, 40, Handsworth Wood Rd., Birmingham. 

b. July 12, 1878. R.N.A.S., served in Egypt 1918—19. 

Business. The Hurst, Four Oaks, Sutton Coldpeld. 
Allen, Glendower Kent Mav, 1892— July, 1896 Priory. 

s. of W. H. Allen, 13, South St-., Park Lane, W. b. July 22, 

1877. XL 1896. 1939, 26th Street West, Calgary, Alta, 
Canada. 

Bigg, Leonard Bolitho Sept., 1892— Julv, 1897 Brook. 

s. of Rev. C. Bigg, D.D., Ch. Ch., Oxford, b. Nov. 29, 1878. 

XL 1896, 97. S.A. War, 1901—02, Lt. Imp. Yeo. 2nd Lt. 

R.F.A. (T.F.) 12/15, Lt. 1917. Farming. Omega, Ladybrand, 

O.R. Prov., S. Africa. 
Botterill, Arthur Sept., 1892— July, 1896 Brook. 

s. of W. Botterill, Garton House, Scarborough, b. July 25, 

1878. Pemb. Coll., Camb. 3rd CI. Pt. I. Hist. 1899. B.A. 
1900. Ridley Hall. M.A. 1904. R. of St. Philips, Manchester 
1910 — 16 ; Holy Trinity Vic, Darwen, Lanes. 

Brooke, Richard Reginald Maude Sept., 1892— Dec, 1894 Cross. 

s. of G. R. Brooke, b. Feb. 4, 1878. Oxf. L.I. 1899. S.A. 

War, 1900—02, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's Medal (2 

Clasps). Capt. 1908. Persian Gulf, Despatches. K. in A., 

Mav 31, 1915. 
Bryant, Gilbert Ernest Sept., 1892— Apr., 1897 J.H.G. 

s. of A. C. Bryant, b. Jan. 26, 1878. B.R.C. Soc 1915—17, 

Mudros, Salonika ; Despatches, Serbian Order of St. Sava, 4th 

CI. 89, Westbourne Terrace, Hyde Park, W.2. 
Campbell, Allan Sept., 1892— Julv, 1895 Cross. 

s. of H. C. Campbell, 38, Lee Terrace, Blackheath, S.E. b. 

Sept. 14, 1878. In Africa. 
Clucas, William Stevenson Sept., 1892 -Dvc, 1896 Brook. 

s. of the late Rev. G. P. Clucas, Repton Sch. b. Jan. 13, 1879. 

Sublt. R.N.V.R. 9/14, Lieut. 6/15 ; North Sea 1914—15, 

1918—19, Adriatic 1916- 18. Despatches. The Lodge. 

Repton, Derby. 



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Coates, John Sept., 1892 — Oct., 1892 Latham. 

s. of J. Coates, Sheriff Hutton Park, York. b. Oct. 9, 1877. 

Lincoln Theol. Coll. H.O. In Australia 1902—09. Wighill 

Vic, Tadcaster. 
Cockerel!, Laurence Homan Mulock Pepys 

Sept., 1892 — Dec, 1892 Orchard. 

s. of F. Pepys Cockerell. b. Oct. 15, 1878. Went to Rugby. 

R. Berks. Regt. 1898. S.A. War, 1899—1900, Despatches, 

Medal (3 Clasps). S. Nigeria, 1901—02, Medal with Clasp. 

Capt. 1908, Res. of Off. Capt. 3rd R. Berks. Regt S.R. 1914— 

19. c\o Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Cohen, Gilbert Edensor Sept., 1892— July, 1895 Hall. 

s. of F. J. Cohen, b. Mar. 27, 1878. Coastwatch R.N. 2/15; 

2nd Lt. R.F.A., S.R. 12/10. Flanders. Instr. of Gunnery 

1917 — 19. Rose Lawn, Sycamore Grove, New Maiden, Surrey. 
Collinge, Robert Foster Sept., 1892— Dec, 1896 Orchard. 

s. of Robert Collinge, Greenhill, Oldham, b. Aug. 2, 1879. 

Trooper, K.E.H. 8/14; 2nd Lt. D.C.L.I. 5/15; Capt. R. 

Marines, Chatham Divn. 11/15 — 6/19. Engineer. Gittisham 

Rectory, Honiton. 
Fisher, Herbert George Sept., 1892 — Dec, 1897 Priory. 

s. of Col. H. Oakden Fisher, Radyr, CardiL b. June 24, 1879. 

F.XI. 1897. R.F.A. 1900. S.A. War, 1902, Medal (2 Clasps). 

Major 1914, France 8/14 — 5/18 ; Prisoner of War. Despatches 

twice, D.S.O. with Bar. Retired, cjo Cox & Co., 16, Charing 

Cross, S.W.I. 
Forster, John Clark Sept., 1892— Dec, 1894 J.H.G. 

s. of W. Forster, Greystones, Darlington, b. Apr. 21, 1877. 

Wine merchant, d. from result of fall in the Bedale Hunt 

Point-to-Point Races, Mar. 31, 1907. 
Galloway, Francis Thomas Sept., 1892 — July, 1896 J.H.G. 

s. of W. J. Galloway, Elm Arches, Cheshunt, Herts, b. Dec. 

22, 1877. XL 1896. Pte. H.A.C. 1914 ; R.G.A., S.R. 1915. 

France, Despatches, M.C. Capt. retired. Stockbroker. 3, 

Drapers Gardens, E.C.2. 
Gordon, William Henry Sept., 1892— Apr., 1894 Hall. 

s. of G. Gordon, 11, Radcliffe Rd., West Bridgford, Notts, b. 

June 8, 1878. The Spinney, St. Lawrence Avenue, Tarring, 

Worthing. 
Gray-Buchanan, James Maurice 

Sept., 1892— July, 1894 Latham. 

s. of Col. J. R. Gray-Buchanan, Eastfield, Cambuslang, N.B. 

b. Sept. 26, 1877. Grazier. Scotstoun, Aramac, Queensland. 
Hall, Reginald Haffenden Sept., 1892— Dec, 1895 Priory. 

s. of Maj. R. A. Hall, Lindrick House, lickhill, Rotherham. b. 

May 10, 1878. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1900. Bank of 

England, d. June 15, 1908. 
Hamilton, Hubert Sept., 1892— July, 1896 Hall. 

s. of H. Hamilton, 55, Manor Place, Edinburgh, b. July 10, 

1878. Calle San Martin, 186, Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic. 
Hayes, Frederick Charles Sept., 1892 — July, 1895 Latham. 

s. of H. Hayes, Dalkey, Co. Dublin, b. June 27, 1877. T.C.D. 

B.A. Solicitor, d. Mar. 9, 1906. 
Hill, Richard Sept., 1892 — Apr., 1897 Orchard. 

s. of Richard Hill, J. P., D.L., Thornton Hall. b. Nov. 14, 1877. 

Gas engineer, Leeds 1898 — 99. Yorks. Regt. 1900, Capt. 1908. 

J.P., N. Riding, d. Feb. 17, 1915. 
Hopkins, Warwick Charles Sept., 1892 — Dec, 1894 Brook. 

s. of Charles Hopkins, b. Nov. 6, 1877. Lt. (t) R.G.A. 1916— 

19. 105, The Drive, Hove, Sussex. 



166 FURNEAUX 1892 



Hounsfield, Thomas Sept., 1892 — July, 1894 J.H.G. 

s. of T. Hounsfield, Cotleigh House, Hackenthorpe. b. Mar. 

26, 1877. Farmer. Palmer House, Sutton-on-Trent, Newark. 
Hume, William Errington Sept., 1892— July, 1897 Latham. 

s. of G. H. Hume. b. July 14, 1879. Pemb. Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1900. M.A., M.B., B.Ch. 1904. M.D. 1913. F.R.C.P. 

1917. Hon. Phys., R. Vict. Infirm. Newcastle, and Northld. 

Sanat. ; Prof, of Pharmacol, and Mat. Med., and Demonst. of 

Med. Path., Univ. of Durham ; Examr. in Pharmacol., Univ. 

of Belfast. Member of Council, Assocn. of Physicians. Col. 

(t) A.M.S., Cons. Phys., Brit. Armies in France 1916—19, 

Despatches twice, C.M.G. 4, Ellison Place, Newcastle-on- 

Tyne. 
Jameson, Robert Sept., 1892— July, 1896 Cross. 

s. of R. Jameson, Ardunan, Strathblane, Glasgow, b. Jan. 8, 

1878. Cavalry Club, Piccadilly, IV. 1. 

Kitchin, Eric Wilfred Sept., 1892— Apr., 1896 Cross. 

s. of the late Rev. J. G. Kitchin. b. Sept. 2, 1878. A.M.I. C.E. 

F.R.Met.Soc. Inventor and patentee of Negretti and 

Zambra's Weather Forecaster. Markonia, Egmont Road, Sutton, 

Surrey. 
Lingen, Henry Radcliffe Sept., 1892- -July, 1895 Hall. 

s. of C. N. Lingen, J. P., Penlanole, Rhayader, Radnors. b. 

Jan. 10, 1878. S.A. War, 1900—02, Medal with 3 Clasps. 

R. Garr. Regt. 1903. 
Marsh, Cunliffe Hebbert Sept., 1892— Apr., 1896 Brook. 

s. of Col. H. C. Marsh, b. Oct. 30, 1878. F.XI. 1895. 1st S. 

Lanes. Regt. 1899. S.A. War, 1899—1901, Despatches, 

Medal (7 Clasps), D.S.O. LA. 1902. 18th P.W.O. Lancers. 

Great War, Despatches, O.B.E. Lt.-Col. 1921. cjo King, 

King & Co., Bombay. 
Newton, Francis Giesler Sept., 1892 — July, 1895 Brook. 

s. of the late Rev. F. E. Newton, b. Apr. 4, 1878. Gunner, 

H.A.C. (T.F.), 9/14, Egypt 1915—16; Lt. R.T.O., France 

1918—19. Architect, Lie. R.I. B.A. 7, John St., Bedford 

Row, W.C.I, and Mountfield, Upper Maze Hill, St. Leonards. 
Ogilvie, John Sept., 1892— July, 1896 J.H.G. 

s. of G. Ogilvie, Westlands, Broughty Ferry, N.B. b. Jan. 30, 

1879. Exh. Edin. Univ. M.A. R.G.A. (T.F.), 5/15 ; Capt. 
T.F. Res. 1920. Solicitor, Dundee, d. Oct. 18, 1922. 

Reah, Henry Sept., 1892— Apr., 1895 J.H.G. 

s. of J. H. Reah, J. P., Newlands, Gosforth, Newcastle-on-lyne. 

b. June 9, 1878. Durh. Univ., M.B , B.S.. 1st CI. Hon. 1902. 

D.P.H. 1918. M.D. 1920. Surg., R.N.V.R. ; North S a, 

1914—1 , Gallipoli 1915; Surg. Comdr. 12/18; V.D. High 

Gosforth Park, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Richmond, Arthur Cyril Sept., 1892 -Oct., 1892 Hall. 

s. of the late Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A., K.C.B. b. Jan. 28, 

1879. Col. Office, Pretoria 1902—4, Bd. of Educ. 1904—7; 

Dep. Dir., Victoria and Albert Museum, 1907 — 11. Asst. Kent 

Educ. Cte. 1919. Sutton Valence, Maidstone. 
Rltson, Rupert Harry Sept., 1892— July, 1894 Hall. 

s. of H. Ritson," Sea View, Sunderland, b. Sept. 20, 1877. 

Farming. Lund /lead, Kirby Overblow, nr. Harrogate. 
Salt, Arthur Henry Sept., 1892 Dec., 1895 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. E. Salt. b. Dec. 5, 1878. Engineer, d. at 

Freetown, Sierra I eone, Sept. 18, 1918. 
Thornewill, Arthur Basil Sept., 1892— Dec., 1894 J.G.H. 

s. of E. J. Thornewill, New Brighton, Cheshire. I). Dec. 2, 1877. 

(1. Oct. 19. 1910. 



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Vernon, Guy FitzPatrick Roger Sept., 1892— Dec, 1895 Brook. 
s. of Hon. G. R. Vernon, J. P., D.L., Auchan's House, Kilmar- 
nock, N.B. b. Oct. 8, 1878. Brewer, d. June 11, 1914. 

Ward, Edward Harold Sept., 1892— July, 1896 Brook, 

s. of J. R. Ward, Mountlands, Altrincham. b. Nov. 20, 1877. 
Stockbroker. 

Workman, Ernest Skeete Sept., 1892— July, 1897 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. Preb. Workman, b. May 8, 1878. Exh. Oriel 
Coll., Ox. Ireland Exh. 1899. 3rd CI. Class. Mods. B.A. 

1903. M.A. 1915. Lt. R.G.A., S.R. 1916—19. Joint Head- 
master, Copthorne School, Crawley, Sussex. 

Workman, Herbert William Sept., 1892 — July, 1897 Mitre, 

br. of the above, b. May 8, 1878. Exh. R.M.C. Sandhurst, 
2nd PI. 1896. 1st Agg. P. 1897. Pub. Sch. Mile Champ. 1897. 
Pemb. Coll., Camb., Exh. 1897. Athl. Blue, winner 3 miles 
1899, 1901. B.A., Jun. Opt., 1900. Capt. Joint Ox. and 
Camb. Athl. Team to Canada and America 1901. H.O. 1901. 
Half-mile English Amateur Champ. 1904. Chap, and Naval 
Instr., H.M.S. " London," and H.M.S. " Dreadnought " 

1904. Dom. Chap., Bp. Durham 1908 — 10. Chap, and Naval 
Instr., R.N.C. Greenwich 1910 — 13. St. Paul's Vic, Southsea. 

Wright, Albert Sept., 1892— Dec, 1894 Priory. 

s. of the late Orson Wright, South Wigston. b. Mar. 9, 1878. 

Business. South Wigston, Leicester. 
Clark, Richard Frederick Sept., 1892— Apr., 1894 Cross. 

s. of Thomas Clark, M.D., Edinburgh, b. June 3, 1877. Went 

to S. Africa and thence to S. America. 
Stevenson, Geoffrey Sept., 1892 — July, 1895 Cross. 

s. of G. Stevenson, Oakleigh, Bromborough. b. Aug. 20, 1877. 

Croughton Cottage, Croughton, Chester. 
Allen, George Herbert Jan., 1893 — July, 1897 Priory. 

s. of Rev. Preb. Allen, Eccleshall Vic, Staffs, b. Feb. 8, 1878. 

Special Constable, and H.Q. Staf . Min. of Mun. during War. 

Surveyor. 10, Craignish Avenue, Norbury, S.W.16. 
Austen, Harold Cholmley Mansfield 

Jan., 1893— July, 1896 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. Chancellor Austen, The Mount, York. b. Nov. 21, 

1878. A.M.I.C.E., Miller Prize 1902. Chief Asst. Engineer to 

Min. of Mun. Leeds ; O.B.E. The Pinnacles, Tonbridge, Kent. 
Bagnall, Richard Daysell Jan., 1893— July, 1894 Latham. 

s. of R. S. Bagnall, Ryall Hill, Earls Croome. b. Apr. 23, 1879. 

2nd Lt. (/) 3rd Res. Cav, 11/14; Lt. 7/17; A.P.M., 1918. 

Ryall Hill, Earls Croome, Worcester. 
Bergne, Francis a Court Jan., 1893 — June, 1897 Brook. 

s. of Sir J. H. G. Bergne, K.C.M.G.. K.C.B. b. Jan. 6, 1879. 

St. John's Coll., Ox. B.A. 1901. Tech. Asst. Victoria and 

Albert Museum. Killed on Alps, Jan. 1, 1908. 
Bragg, Alan Jan., 1893— Apr., 1895 J.H.G. 

s. of C. B. Bragg, Hamstead Mount, Handsworth. b. Apr. 30, 

1877. R.N.A.S. 1/18. 2nd Lt. R.A.F. 1918—19. Manu- 
facturing jeweller. 20, Selborne Rd., Handsworth Wood, 

Birmingham. 
Bull, James Bertram Jan., 1893— Dec, 1894 Priory. 

s. of J. Bull, J.P., Birch Hall, Ingestre. b. June 27, 1877. 

Merchant. Preston Leys, Maze Green Rd., Bishop's Stortford. 
Davy, Ernest Jan., 1893 — Dec, 1893 Orchard. 

s. of the late A. Davy, Leeds, b. Apr. 7, 1879. Went to Ripon 

Sch. Trooper Yorks. Hussars (T.F.) 9/14, France 1915—19, 

Sergt. Maj. Livestock Inspr., Yorks. Insurance Co. Burnside 

Bungalow, Mildenhall, Suffolk. 



168 FURNEAUX 1893 

D ''xon, Hubert Bradshaw Jan., 1893— Dec, 1895 Mitre. 

s. of W. Pitt Dixon, Longstone, Bakewell. b. Jan. 16, 1879. 
Ch. Ch., Ox. 1897.^ Sherwood Foresters 1900. S.A. War, 1901, 
Medal (4 Clasps). Capt. 1908. Served in N. Nigeria 1906—11. 
Founded Masonic Lodge in N. Nigeria. France 1914, Des- 
patches, Mons Star. K. in A., Neuve Chapeile, Mar. 12, 
1915. 

Dunn, Charles Henry Willan Jan., 1893— Apr., 1898 Hall, 

s. of C. Dunn, O.R. b. Jan. 28, 1879. Trin. Hall, Camb. 
Ecclerigg Cottage, Windermere. 

Duus, John Lloyd Jan., 1893— Apr., 1898 Priory, 

s. of the late R. F. Duus, Putney, b. Feb. 24, 1880. Electrical 
engineer, cjo Messrs. Huth, Valparaiso, Chili. 

Duxbury, Bertram Heys Jan., 1893 — Apr., 1896 Orchard. 

s. of J. Duxbury, Northleigh, St. Annes-on-Sea. b. July 2(>, 
1879. Merchant. 57, Whitworth St., Manchester. 

Eccles, Joseph Jan., 1893 — July, 1897 Mitre. 

s. of J. Eccles, Myerscough, Garstang. b. July 15, 1878. XL 
1896. Capt. 1897. 4th Loyal N. Lan. Regt. (T.F.) 11/14, 
Capt. 6/16 ; seed. Labour Corps., France 1917 — 19 ; T.F. Res. 
Cotton spinner. Bilsborough Hall, nr. Preston. 

Foster, Walter Francis Jan., 1893 — July, 1894 Latham. 

s. of William Foster, J. P., D.L., Hornby Castle, Lanes, b. 
July 10, 1877. Driver, R.A.S.C. Accidentally killed in France, 
Nov. 17, 1916. 

Fraser, John Horatio Jan., 1893 — July, 1897 Cross, 

s. of the late H. J. Fraser, C.E., Leeds, b. Oct. 16, 1878. Clare 
Coll., Camb. B.A. Late Asst. Master, Stoneygate Sch., 

Leicester. Pte. 6th H.L.I. 1916; 2nd Lt. Hunts. Cyclist Bn. 
1917. Brook Cottage, Thornton-le-Dale, Pickering, Yorks. 

Hoare, Maurice Brodie Jan., 1893 — July, 1897 Brook. 

s. of E. Brodie Hoare, Tenchleys, Limpsneld. b. Mar. 5, 1879. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. 5th Loyal N. Lan. Regt. (T.F.) 1914—18, 
Capt. 6/16, France. Treasurer, Lloyds Bank Ltd. 71, Lom- 
bard St., E.C.3, and Argos Hill Lodge, Rotherfield, Sussex. 

Hume, Hugh Bliss Torriano Jan., 1893- — Dec, 1893 Latham, 
s. of Col. J. W. T. Hume. b. Oct. 24, 1880. Sherwood Fores- 
ters 1901—22. S.A. War, 1902, Malta M.I., Medal (4 Clasps). 
France 1914 — 16 ; M.B.E., Press Communique 3 times. Major 
1915. Sec, Cassel Hospital, Swaylands, Penshurst, Kent. 

Joel, Guy Clifton Walter Jan., 1893 — Apr., 1897 Latham, 

s. of Rev. S. G. Joel. b. Jan. 29, 1879. Paymaster Lieut. 
R.N.V.R. 1917—19. Business, c/o E. Johnston & Co., Ltd., 
20, King William St., E.C.4. 

Johnson, Henry Campbell Jan., 1893 — Dec, 1897 Priory, 

s. of C. H. Johnson, b. May 13, 1879. K.O.Y.L.I. 1899. S.A. 
War, 1899—1902, Queen's Medal (4 Clasps), King's Medal (2 
Clasps). M.V.O. France 1916, O.B.E. Major 1915, retired 
1921. Thorngumbald Hall, Hedon, Hull. 

Johnson, Arthur Baynes Jan., 1893 — July, 1897 Priory. 

br. of the above, b. May 13, 1879. 2nd Lines. Regt. 1898. 
S.A. War, 1900—02, Queen's Medal (3 Clasps), King's Medal (2 
Clasps). France 1917, Despatches, D.S.O. Major 1915. cjo, 
Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Marsden, John Henry Frederick Jan., 1893 — Dec, 1895 Orchard, 
s. of the late W. H. Marsden, J. P., Mile Ash, Derby, b. Feb. 
26. 1878. S.A. War, 1901—02, Medal (5 Clasps). France 
1915—19, Despatches twice, O.B.E. T.D. Lt.-Col. retired, 
5th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.). Mile Ash Cottage, Duffield, 
nr. Derby. 



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Pye, Edmund Burns Jan., 1893— July, 1894 Mitre, 

s. of W. A. Pye, Priest Hill, Limpsfield, Surrey, b. Mar. 6. 
1878. Chartered accountant. Tappington, Wadhurst, Sussex. 

Versturme, James Kennedy North Jan., 1893 — Dec, 1896 Hall. 
afterwards Bunbury. s. of Col. A. H. Versturme-Bunbury, 
Marlston House, Glastonbury, b. Apr. 2, 1878. 3rd R.W. 
Surrey Regt. S.A. War, 1900 — 02, Queen's Medal with Clasp, 
King's Medal (2 Clasps). Capt. Res. of Off. 1913. Rejoined 
8/14—12/18 ; France 1915, Despatches. Order of the Star of 
Rumania, Order of the White Eagle of Serbia. Lt.-Col. 
Sydney House, Guild J \>y d ' . 

Way te, Adrian Barclay [an., 1893 Apr., 1897 J.H.G. 

s. uf the late Rev. G. H. Wayte, J. P., Bonehill, Staffs, b. May 
2, 1880. S.A. War, 1899—1901, Medal (4 Clasps). 2nd Sher- 
wood Foresters, 1901 ; France 1915—18, Despatches twice, 
D.S.O. Lt.-Col. 1920, Res. of Off. Ruddington House, Notts. 

Woods, Walter Fowke Jan., 1893— July, 1894 Mitre. 

s. of the late Rev. R. Woods, Malins Lee Vic, Dawley. b. 
Feb. 3, 1878. 

Badcock, Percy Edmund Apr., 1893— July, 1897 Hall. 

s. of F. W. Badcock, I.C.S. b. Oct. 5, 1879. Consulting 
brewer. Baqual, F.C.O., Argentine Republic. 

Ball, Francis Shorland Apr., 1893 — July, 1895 Orchard. 

s. of G. Shorland Ball, J. P., Under Fell, Burton, Westmoreland, 
b. Dec. 6, 1879. Pte. P.S. Bde. 9/14 ; 3rd R.W. Kent Regt., 
S.R., 12/14, Capt. 10/15; France 191.5, 17; prisoner of war 
4/17; invalided from service 3/19. Solicitor 17, Chester 
Terrace, Eaton Sq., S.W.I. 

Buckley, William Geoffrey Apr., 1893— Dec, 1895 J.H.G. 

s. of J. F Buckley, The Nook, Greenfield, Yorks. b. Jan. 2, 
1878. d. May 11, 1907. 

Clark, Stanley Apr., 1893 — Dec, 1896 Latham. 

s. of J. L. Clark, Homefields, Hunstanton, b. Nov. 20, 1878. 
2nd Lt. R.F.C. 1916; D.A.D. Aircraft Supplies 1917: Major, 
R.A.F. Shipbroker. 89, Bishopsgate, E.C.2 and Lincombi, 
Addlestone, Surrey. 

Coe, Frederick Augustus Apr., 1893 — Apr., 1898 Priory, 

s. of the late A. F. Coe, Roslyn Hill, Hampstead. b. Feb. 14, 
1880. Magd. Coll., Ox. B.A., 2nd CI. Jurisp., 1902. Bar, Mid. 
Temple, 1903. Great War 1914 — 18, France and Salonica ; 
Capt., Welch Regt. 1915. Jun. Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S.W.I. 

Crocker, Charles Hedley Claude Apr., 1893— Apr., 1896 Hall. 
s. of W. M. Crocker, Cottenham Lodge, Wimbledon, b. Apr. 
28, 1879. 3rd Batt. 8th King's Regt. 1899. R.A.S.C. 
1901. Great War, Despatches. Major 1914, Res. of Off. 
c/o Sir C. R. McGrigor Bart. & Co., 39, Panton St., S.W.I. 

Cross, Peter Alexander Munro Apr., 1893 — July, 1896 Brook, 
s. of A. Cross, M.P., 14, Woodlands Terrace, Glasgow, b. Feb. 

10, 1879. Lanark. Yeo. (T.F.), Major 8/14. Seed merchant. 

11, Woodlands Terrace, Glasgow. 

Fletcher, Arthur Cecil Apr., 1893— Dec, 1897 Orchard. 

s. of H. Fletcher, Hillside, Croome's Hill, Greenwich Park. b. 

July 23, 1880. Riflleman, 16th The London Regt. (T.F.) 1915; 

France 1916, discharged on account of wounds 1917. Engineer. 

30, St. Swithins Lane.E. C.4 and 1, Palmeira Ave., Hove, Sussex 
Fraser, Cecil Coleby Apr., 1893— Dec, 1895 J.H.G. 

s. of the late A. Fraser, J. P., Westerfield House, Ipswich, b. 

Apr. 4, 1878. 
Gibson, William Apr., 1893— July, 1898 Orchard. 

s. of J. B. Gibson, b. Sept. 24, 1879. Hert. Coll., Ox. 1st 



170 FURNEAUX 1893 

Northumb. Fus. 1901. S.A. War, 1901—02, severely wounded, 

Medal (5 Clasps). Great War 1915—18, Egypt and Palestine. 

Lt.-Col. 1920, Res. of Off. Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, 

S.W.I, and Parfetts, Eversley Cross, Hants. 
Haslam, Hamilton Armstrong Apt., 1893 — Dec, 1894 Brook. 

s. of R. H. Haslam, Streatham. b. July 30, 1878. H.O. The 

Vicarage, Tolaga Bay, N. Island, N.Z. 
Hoare, Edward Godfrey Apr., 1893— July, 1898 Brook. 

s. of Rev. J. G. Hoare, Aylsham Vic, Norfolk, b. Mar. 4, 1880. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1901. Formerly House Master, 

Monkton Combe School. Capt. Monkton Combe O.T.C. 1914, 

Somerset L.I. 1915 ; K.O.Y.L.I. 1916 ; France 5/16—11/18, 

Germany 11/18—12/19, Despatches twice, D.S.O. Lt.-Col. 

1920. Res. of Off. at Belaugh, Wroxham, Norfolk. 
Jourdain, Patrick Ralph Seymour Apr., 1893 — Dec, 1896 Priory. 

s. of S. W. A. Jourdain. b. Feb. 27, 1879. Lakeport, Lake 

County, California, U.S.A. 
Kershaw, William Kenneth Apr., 1893— July, 1897 Orchard. 

s. of A. Kershaw, M.D., Eastfield, Farnworth, Bolton, b. 

May 19, 1880. 5th Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. (T.F.). Capt. 4th 

Bn. 11/14, T.F. Res. 9/18. Fruit farming. Foxley Hall, 

Lymm, Cheshire. 
Martens, Erwin Gustav Apr., 1893— Dec, 1894 J.H.G. 

s. of F. G. Martens, Ekenhof, Antwerp, b. Mar. 29, 1878. 

Managing Dir., Anglo-Continental Guano Works, Ltd. Little- 
court, 46, Elsworthy Rd., N.W.3. 
Mogg, John Leslie Heaven Apr., 1893— July, 1897 Hall. 

s. of J. J. R. Mogg, Fairholme, Prospect Rd., Moseley. b, 

June 29, 1878. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1900. M.A. 1904. 

Corryn, Wake Green, Moseley, Birmingham. 
Pease, Owen Beaumont Apr., 1893— Apr., 1897 Latham. 

s. of E. L. Pease, Mowden, Darlington, b. Jan. 1, 1879. Trin. 

Hall, Camb. B.A. 1901. d. Apr. 17, 1912. 
Plgott, Hugh Peveril Apr., 1893— Apr., 1895 Priory. 

s. of Major J. C. M. Pigott, Berks. Regt. b. Mar. 16, 1878. 

S.A. War, Lt. Thorneycroft's M. I. Died of enteric at Stander- 

ton, Nov. 12, 1900. 
Salt, Cecil William Apr., 1893— Dec, 1896 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. E. Salt, Standon Rect., Staffs, b. Jan. 7, 

1880. R. of Standon 1911 ; T.C.R.N. 1916—19. Standon 

Rect., Eccleshall, Staffs. 
Smallwood, Edward Stanley Apr., 1893— July, 1896 Hall. 

s. of A. Smallwood, Calcutta, b. May 15, 1878. Trooper, 

Calcutta Light Horse 1914, 2nd Lt. I. A. Res. Cavalry, Lt. (/) 

R.G.A. 1916—19. 11, Store Rd., Bally Gunge, and c/o Messrs. 

Landale & Morgan, 5, Mission Row, Calcutta. 
Wright, Herbert Charles Apr., 1893— Dec, 1897 Priory. 

s. of the late Orson Wright, South Wigston. b. Sept. 2, 1879. 

XL 1897. F.XI 1897. Manufacturer. The Grange, Knighton 

Rd., Leicester. 
Wyatt, Godfrey William Elford Apr., 1893— Dec, 1896 Cross. 

s. of Rev. W. Wyatt, O.R. b. Dec. 6, 1877. d. Mar. 20, 1900. 
Bailey, Charles Sept., 1893— Apr., 1897 Priory. 

s. of the late Rev. A. W. Bailey, b. Mar. 29, 1879. Clare Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1900. M.A. 1904. V. of Gringley-on-the-Hill 

1910—16; Hon. Sec, Notts. Dioc Bd. of Educ. The Vic, 

East Retford, Notts. 
Beare, Horatio Prater Sept., 1893 — July, 1895 Cross. 

s. of S. P. Beare, The Oaks, Thorpe, Norfolk, b. Jan. 15, 1879. 

d. Mar. 4, 1911. 



1893 FURNEAUX 171 



Biggart, Frank Edwin Sept., 1893— July, 1896 Orchard, 

s. of the late S. Biggart, M.D., West Hartlepool, b. July 13, 
1877. Perab. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1901. M.A. 1903. Priest of 
the Community of the Resurrection 1906. St. John's Coll., 
Johannesburg. 

Bishop, Basil Frederic Sept., 1893— July, 1897 Hall. 

s. of F. S. Bishop, Welwyn, Northwood, Middx. b. July 18, 
1879. XI. 1897. Asst. Magistrate, Kasempa Dist., J.P. for 
the territory 1909. 2nd Lt. (t) 9th S. Lan. Regt. 9/14, Maj. 
5/17. France and Salonika, Despatches, M.C. K. in A., 
Sept. 18, 1918. 

Bowden-Smith, Edward Cyril Sept., 1893— July, 1896 Cross. 
s. of Rev. F. H. Bowden-Smith, Carey's, Brockenhurst, S.O. b - 
Oct. 20, 1878. Late Egyptian Civil Service. M.I. Mech. E. 
Author, " The Efficiency of Pumps and Ejectors," " Oil Firing 
for Kitchen Ranges and Steam Boilers." Consulting Engineer. 
17, Victoria St., S.W.I, and 21, Kensington Park Gardens, 
W.ll. 

Brown, Harold Arthur Langford Sept., 1893 — Dec, 1896 Orchard. 
s. of H. E. Brown, Barton Hall, Kingskerswell, Newton Abbot, 
b. May 26, 1879. Manor Inn, Kingskerswell, Devon. 

Gadman, George Henry Cadman Sept., 1893 — -Apr., 1898 Mitre, 
s. of William Smelter Cadman, Clifton, York. b. June 26, 
1879. The Old Homestead, Westford, Mass., U.S.A. 

Campbell, Gerald Sept., 1893— July, 1898 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. C. Campbell, High Croft, Weston-super-Mare. b. 
Oct. 30, 1879. Leaving Exh. 1898. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 
3rd CI. Class., 1901. 2nd, Consular Service Exam. 1906. Vice- 
Consul, Rio Janeiro 1907 ; Belgian Congo 1908—12 ; Venice 
1913—15 ; Consul, Abyssinia 1915—19. Consul Gen., Phila- 
delphia 1920, San Francisco 1922. F.R.G.S. Hon. Assoc. 
St. John of Jerusalem. Star of Ethiopia. Brit. Consulate 
General, San Francisco, U.S.A. 

Cope, John Ralph Obre Sept., 1893— Apr., 1897 Cross, 

s. of J. G. Cope, Drummilly, Loughgall, Co. Armagh, b. May 6, 
1879. Lt. (t) R.A.S.C. 1914—19. Solicitor. St. Stephen's Club, 
Westminster, S.W. 1, and Cawvilla, Waterside, Londonderry. 

Cotton, Francis Gerald Stapleton Sept., 1893 — July, 1895 Latham, 
s. of F. M. Cotton, Gorse Hill, Holyhead, b. May 16, 1878. 
R.M.A. Woolwich, 2nd PI. 1895. R.E. S.A. War. Killed by 
explosion while laying mine at Pienaar's River Camp, Oct. 6, 
1900. 

Dumbell, Henry Eric Sept., 1893 — Apr., 1897 Cross, 

s. of Henry Charles Dumbell. b. Aug. 11, 1879. XL 1896. 
F.XI. 1896. R. Fus. 1899. Capt. 1907. Dir. of Stores and 
Prisons, Sudan Govt. Khartoum, Sudan. 

Eggar, James Sept., 1893— July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of J. A. Eggar, 10, West St., Farnham. b. Nov. 13, 1880. 
Exh. Sch. 1896. Trin. Coll., Camb., Subsizar. 3rd CI. Class. 
1901. B.A. 1904. Home C.S., Office of Works 1904. Sub. 
Lieut. R.N.V.R. 10/14—5/16. O.B.E. 1918, C.B.E. 1920. 
Storeys Gate, Westminster, and The Plat, Leatherhead. 

Fothergill, Reginald Hannay Sept., 1893— Apr., 1898 Hall. 

s. of G. Fothergill, Allan Bank, Grasmere. b. June 21, 1879. 
Edin. Univ., M.B., Ch. B. 1906. Capt. [t) R.A.M.C. 1915—17, 
France, Despatches. Bank House, Dalton-in-Furness. 

Hall, Algernon Allgood Sept., 1893 — Apr., 1897 Priory. 

s. of Maj. R. A. Hall, Lindrick House, Tickhill, Rotherham. 
b. July 2, 1879. Chartered accountant. 69, Broad Street 
Avenue, E.C.2. 



172 FURNEAUX 1893 

Higginson, William Frederick Sept., 1893— Apr., 1897 Priory. 

s. of J. Higginson, J. P., Leicester, b. Dec. 18, 1878. Med. 

student, St. Mary's Hosp. 1897—99. 2nd R. Dublin Fus. 1901. 

Operations in the Aden Hinterland 1903. Capt. 1912. K. in 

A., Dardanelles, Apr. 25, 1915. 
Hope, Adrian Lewis Sept., 1893 — July, 1894 Cross. 

s. of A. G. Hope, Betchworth. b. Oct. 8, 1878. Amateur 

champion of Lower Thames 1896 — 98. B.S.A. Police, S.A. 

War. d. from accidental gunshot, June 17, 1902. 
Jackson, Joseph Clough Sept. 1893 — Apr. 1896 J.H.G. 

s. of H. Jackson, The Brownberries, Horsforth. b. Dec. 1 , 1878. 

Hon. Sec, Ld. Mayor of Leeds Belgian Refugees Cte. ; M.B.E. 

1918, Order of the Crown of Belgium. Chartered accountant. 

26, Bond St., Leeds, and Heathfield Cottage, Far Headingley, 

Leeds. 
Jameson, Harvey Sept. 1893— July 1898 J.H.G. 

s. of the late G. F. Jameson, Moss House, Heywood, Lanes. 

b. Aug. 31, 1879. Exh. Sch. 1895. XL 1897, 98. F.XI. 1895, 

96, 97. Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. 1902. M.A. 1905. Lt. (/) 

R.A.S.C. 4/15; Mesopotamia 1915 — 19. 115, Warwick Rd., 

Earl's Court, S.W.5. 
Jupp, William Dallas Lony Sept., 1893 — July, 1899 Latham. 

s. of J. Jupp, Mowbray House, Great Malvern, b. Mar. 5, 1880. 

R.F.C. & R.A.F., France 12/15—12/19, Despatches 3 times, 

O.B.E. ; Major, R.A.F. 1918. Electrical Engineer. M.I.M.E. 

c/o Anglo South American Bk., Old Broad St., E.C.2. 
Klrwan, James Douglas Maitland- Sept., 1893 — July, 1898 Brook. 

s. of the late J. M. Maitland-Kirwan, O.R. b. Aug. 14, 1879. 

Imperial Forest Service, 6th PI. Instr., Imperial Forest Coll. 

Trooper, U.P. Light Horse; 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 9/17. France 

1917 — 19. Royal Yacht Club, Bombay, and c/o Grindlay 

Groom & Co., Bombay. 
Lewis, Edward Llewellyn Sept., 1893 — Dec, 1897 Latham. 

s. of E. Lewis, Bryn Derwen, Llandaff. b. Mar. 12, 1879. S.A. 

War, Glams. Yeo., invalided, King's Medal, returned as Lt. 

Welsh Regt. d. at Rietfontein, Apr. 14, 1902. 
Lumsden, William Forbes Sept., 1893 — July, 1898 Brook. 

s. of the late J. F. Lumsden, Johnston House, Aberdeen, b. 

Sept. 4, 1879. XL 1896, 97. Capt. 1898. Trin. Coll., Camb. 

Golf Blue 1899, 1900. Joined R.A. 1900, Capt. 1912. Gt. War, 

France 1914—16, 18 ; O.C. 246th Siege Bty., Mesopotamia 

1917. Despatches 3 times, D.S.O. Lt.-Col., retired 1921. 
Boodles, St. James St., S.W.I. 

Meyer, Henry Frederic Maurice David 

Sept., 1893— Apr., 1898 Home B. and Brook, 
afterwards Mason, s. of H. F. Meyer, Ph.D., Repton Sch. 
b. Oct. 14, 1880. L.S. Foreign Correspondent, Constanti- 
nople 1907—12, London 1913—15. 2nd Lt. 16th London Regt. 
(T.F.) 6/16, France, Salonika, Macedonia, and Palestine 1916 — 
17 ; Transferred to Arab Legion 9/17, Capt. 1st Yemen Inf. 

1918. Manager, Branch Office. 74, Avenue Louis Lepoutre, 
Brussels. 

Miller, John Alfred Sept., 1893— Apr., 1896 J.H.G. 

s. of A. Miller, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton, b. Apr. 23, 1878. 

Pte. H.A.C. 1916, France and Italy The Mill House, Badger 

Heath, nr. Wolverhampton. 
Morris, John Aubrey Carrington Sept., 1893 — Dec, 1895 Priory. 

s. of J. E. Morris, 25, Parkdale, Wolverhampton, b. Dec. 1, 



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1878. Served with N.D.R. in Zulu rebellion 1906. Farming. 

Erin, Newcastle, Natal. 
Nealor, William Steward Sept., 1893 — July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of W. E. Nealor, 44, Nevern Sq., Kensington, b. Apr. 20, 

1880. XI. 1898, 99. F.XI. 1898. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1905. 

I.M.S. Mesopotamia 1914—16, India 1917—18. Major 1915. 

c/o Grindlay & Co., 54, Parliament St., S.W.I. 
Perks, Harold Sept., 1893— Dec., 1896 Cross. 

s. of J. B. Perks, Wallington, Surrey, b. June 13, 1879. Lt. 

7th Middx. Regt. (T.F.) 9/14, Capt. 10/14 ; Egypt 1915, France 

1916 — 17, Prisoner of War. Orchardhurst, Slades Hill, Enfield, 

Middx. « 

Pilkington, Ralph Woodford Sept., 1893— Nov., 1897 Orchard. 

s. of W. Pilkington, Withernsea, Yorks. b. Jan. 31, 1879. 

Exh. Indian Police, d. in India, Jan., 1899. 
Plimpton, Alexander Ashley Sept., 1893 — Apr., 1897 Mitre. 

s. of A. W. Plimpton, Beverley, E. Yorks. b. Nov. 23, 1879. 

2nd Lt. (t) E. Yorks. Regt. 8/14, Capt. 12/14, France 1917—18. 

Walkington, Beverley, E. Yorks. 
Ratcliff, Reginald Chambers Sept., 1893 — Apr., 1898 Latham. 

s. of S. G. Ratcliff, 119, Fellows Rd., N.W. b. Feb. 24, 1881. 

Army service 1916 — 18. With Min. of Pensions since 1918. 

63, St. Mark's Rd., N. Kensington, W.10. 
Smith, James Duncan Sept., 1893 — July, 1898 Mitre. 

s. of Very Rev. J. Allan Smith, The Deanery, St. David's, b. 

May 26, 1879. Exh. Hert. Coll., Ox., Sch. Drowned at St. 

David's, Aug. 26, 1901. 
Smith, Walter Buchanan Sept., 1893 — July, 1898 Brook. 

s. of J. G. Smith, 2, Courtfield Gardens, S.W. b. May 25, 1879. 

Brit.N. Borneo C.S. 1903—9. District Officer and Magistrate 

1st class. Asst. Dist. Commr., Nigeria C. S. 1909, Asst. Commr. 

of Lands 1912. Lt. (t) 3rd Nigeria Regt. 1914 ; Cameroons 

1914—15, German E. Africa 1916—18, Despatches, M.C. 

District Offr. 1st Grade 1918, Resident 1921. c/o The Sec, 

Southern Provinces, Lagos, Nigeria. 
Sumner, Cyril John Utterton Sept., 1893 — Dec, 1896 Latham. 

s. of Rev. H. J. Le Couteur Sumner. b. Mar. 14, 1879. Agri- 
culturist. Belle Vue, St. Aubyn's, Jersey. 
Usborne, Philip Osbert Gordon Sept., 1893 — July, 1896 J.H.G. 

s. of Capt. G. Usborne, R.N. b. Feb. 16, 1879. R.M.A. 

Woolwich, Pollock Medal. R.E. 1898. S.A. War, 1900—02, 

Queen's Medal (4 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps). Capt. 1907. 

Dir., Pub. Works Dept., Uganda, d. Mar. 15, 1915. 
Wrottesley, Edward Algernon Sept., 1893 — Apr., 1895 Hall. 

s. of Rev. F. J. Wrottesley. b. Apr. 30, 1879. Founder's 

kin, by virtue of the Founder's marriage with Elizabeth, 

daughter of Sir Thomas Giffard of Chillington, Staffs. Buyer 

for Huntley & Palmer, Ltd. Devonshire Lodge, Shinfield Rd., 

Reading. 
Anderson, John Graham St. Clair Jan., 1894 — July, 1898 Mitre. 

s. of A. P. Anderson, Red Hall, Kelvinside, Glasgow, b. Apr. 

9, 1880. Cotton merchant. 
Astle, Joseph Jan., 1894— Apr., 1898 Home B. 

s. of J. Astle, Repton. b. Aug. 8, 1882. L.S. Engine-room 

Artificer, H.M.S. " Princess Royal," Heligoland and Jutland. 

Repton, Derby. 
Barnwell, Frederick Arthur Lowry Jan., 1894 — July, 1895 Hall. 

s. of Rev. C. F. L. Barnwell, Stramshall Vic, Uttoxeter. b. 

Nov. 1, 1877. M.Inst. C.E. Engineer in Chief N.S. Rly. 1914 

—20 ; Gen. Manager 1919, Consult. Engineer 1920. Gen. 



174 FURNEAUX 1894 



Manager's Office, N.S. Rly., Stoke-on-Trent, and Teanhurst, 

Tean, N. Staffs. 
Blake, Philip Jessop Jan., 1894— Apr., 1898 Latham. 

s. of W. G. Blake, Mylnhurst, Sheffield, b. Apr. 26, 1879. 

F.XI. 1895, 96, 97. 2nd Lt. R.G.A., S.R., 5/17, Lt. 11/18. 

Mylnhurst, Sheffield. 
Brooke, Thomas Ralph Jan., 1894— Dec, 1896 Cross. 

s. of G. R. Brooke, b. June 14, 1879. Lt. (*) R.A.S.C., M.T. 

1915 — 19. Motor engineer. 
Butler, Charles Clyde Davenport Jan., 1894 — July, 1895 Mitre. 

s. of A. J. Butler, Mapperley House, Nottingham, b. Aug. 4, 

1879. Lt. 4th Leicester Regt. (T.R) 8/14 ; jCapt. 5/15, France. 

Merchant. The Limes, Woodthorpe, Notts. 
Calthrop, Max Calthrop Jan., 1894 — Dec, 1895 Hall. 

s. of C. J. Calthrop, Horkstow Hall, Barton-on-Humber. b. 

Dec. 31, 1878. Mining in British Columbia. Lt. 58th Inlv. 

Bn., C.E.F. 6/16; France. 
Franklin, Reginald Carey Jan., 1894 — July, 1899 J.H.G. 

s. of G. C. Franklin, Coventry, b. Apr. 30, 1880. XL 1897, 

98, 99. S.A. Constabulary 1901—06. c/o Miss Franklin, 

Merton Lodge, Godalming, Surrey. 
Gartside, Roger Jan., 1894— Apr., 1898 J.H.G. 

s. of R. A. Gartside, Staveleigh, Stalybridge. b. June 16, 1881. 

d. May 13, 1912. 
Gilchrist, Alexander Fitzmaurice Jan., 1894 — Apr., 1894 Mitre. 

s. of P. C. Gilchrist, F.R.S., Frognal Bank, Finchley Rd. b. 

Sept. 10, 1878. 2, Ranelagh Grove, S.W.I. 
Glossop, Reginald Jan., 1894— Dec, 1897 Priory. 

s. of William Glossop, Endsleigh, Hull. b. June 25, 1880. 

Late 4th Cameronians, and 7th Dragoons. S.A. War, Queen's 

Medal (3 Clasps), King's Medal (2 Clasps). War Artist, " Daily 

Graphic " and war correspondent, " Yorkshire Post," before 

Port Arthur 1904 — 05, Japanese Medal with Clasp. Author, 

" Sunshine and Battlesmoke," " The Coming Invasion." 
Greenwood, Cecil Wyatt Jan., 1894— July, 1896 Hall. 

s. of R. Greenwood, The Gables, Blackburn, b. June 4, 1880. 

Cotton manufacturer. Woodbank, Alderley Edge, Cheshire. 
Hewson, Robert Warrenne Dale Jan., 1894 — Apr., 1899 Latham. 

s. of R. W. Hewson, Coton Hill, Stafford, b. Feb. 3, 1880. 

Edin. Univ. Assoc Football Blue 1899—1900. S.A. War, com- 
manded 3rd Vol. Coy. Scottish Rifles. L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 

Edin. L.R.F.P.S. Glas. 1910. Asst. M.O., Coton Hill Mental 

Hosp. 1914—17 ; Capt. (t) R.A.M.C. 1917—22. Salonika 1917 

—19, Army of Black Sea 1919—20. Med. Supt., Sir F. 

Milner's Recuperative Hostel 1922. Marshall's Park, Romford, 

Essex. 
Holme, Maurice Ingram Jan., 1894 — July, 1897 Cross. 

s. of Rev. R. Holme, b. Dec 16, 1878. Jesus Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 3rd CI. Hist., 1902. M.A. 1906. V. of Kington St. 

Michael 1914 — 18. Worle Vic, Weston-super-Mare. 
Hunter, Charles Finlayson Jan., 1894— Dec, 1897 Hall. 

s. of James Hunter, Glen App. b. Jan. 20, 1880. XL 1897. 

F.XI. 1897. 4th Dragoon Guards 1899 ; Great War 1914—18 ; 

D.A.A.G. 1915 ; A.A.G. 1916 ; Despatches 4 times, D.S.O. ; 

Legion d'Honneur ; Bt. Lt.-Col. 1917; Lt. Col. 1919. Army 

and Navy Club, Pall Mall, S.W.I. 
Littlejohn, David Charles Edward Scott 

Jan., 1894— July, 1896 Brook. 

s. of D. H. Littlejohn, Sidlaw View, Broughty Ferry, N.B. b. 

June 10, 1879. F.R.C.O. 1903. Mus. Bac Oxon. 1907. Asst. 



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Music Master, Repton Sch. 1901 — 12 ; Organist, St. John's. 

Coatbridge 1912—16. R.A.F. 1917—19 (Telephone Operator), 

Organist, Christ Ch., Falkirk 1919. 22, High St., Falkirk, 

Stirlingshire. 
Maiden, Edward Elliot Jan., 1894— Apr., 1898 Brook. 

s. of H. E. Maiden, The Beacon, Guildford, b. Feb. 23, 1880. 

Trin. Hall, Camb. B.A. 1905. H.O. Asst. Chap., St. Edmunds 

Sch. Canterbury 1906 — 10 ; Chap, and Master, King's Coll., 

Auckland 1910 — 14 ; Chap. N.Z.E.F., Samoa, Egypt, France, 

1914—19 ; V. of Little River 1922. The Vicarage, Little 

River, Canterbury, N.Z. 
Melville, Ruthven Wardlaw Leslie 

Jan., 1894— July, 1894 Latham. 

s. of the late Rev. Canon Leslie Melville, b. July 27, 1879. 

Tea and rubber planter. Wiharakande, Heneratgoda, Ceylon. 
Newton, John Orr Jan., 1894— Dec, 1896 J.H.G. 

s. of R. Newton, Killymeal, Dungannon. b. Oct. 5, 1880. 

Lt. P.P.C.L.I., France, 1915—17. Solicitor. Pres., First 

National Investment Co., Ltd. Canada. 1021, Grosvenor 

Ave., Winnipeg, Canada, and Farlough Lodge, Dungannon, Co. 

Tyrone. 
Pollard- Urquhart, Michael Bruce Jan., 1894 — Dec, 1896 Hall. 

s. of M. B. Pollard-Urquhart. b. Aug. 15, 1879. Sandhurst 

1898. S.A. War, Duke of Camb. Yeo. and 3rd Scottish Rifles, 

2 Medals. Lt. (*) R.A.S.C. 7/15, Capt. 10/16 ; France 1915— 

17, 18; Italy 1917—18. Co flee Planter. The Hope, Palibetta, 

South Coorg, India. 
Rhodes, Mark Jan., 1894— Dec, 1897 Priory. 

s. of C. E. Rhodes, Lane End House, Rotherham. b. Dec 16, 

1879. M.I.M.E. The Bungalow, Lane End, Rotherham. 
Ritson, Mervyn Duncan Jan., 1894 — Dec, 1897 Hall. 

s. of H. Ritson, Sea View, Sunderland, b. Nov. 6, 1880. 

Associate, Inst. Bankers 1909. London Joint Stock Bank, 

Manager, Bank House, Stokesley, Yorks. 
Shaw, Benjamin John Angus Jan., 1894 — July, 1896 Hall. 

s. of B. J. Shaw, Oaks Crescent, Wolverhampton, b. Oct. 27, 

1879. Gen. Manager, W. Beardmore & Co., Ltd., Paisley (on 

shell production 1914 — 18). Underwood Works, Paisley, 

N.B. 
Smyrke, Wyat Jan., 1894— Apr., 1896 Hall. 

s. of B. Smyrke, 7, The Esplanade, Sunderland, b. Jan. 8, 1879. 

Chartered accountant. 66, John St., Sunderland. 
Allen, Rupert Stanley Apr., 1894 — Dec, 1897 Priory. 

s. of W. H. Allen, 13, South St., Park Lane, W. b. Dec. 7, 1879. 

Engineer. Turvey Cottage, Turvey, Beds. 
Andrews, Ronald George Campbell Apr., 1894 — Dec, 1896 Hall. 

s. of G. Andrews, Clenary, Weymouth, b. Nov. 28, 1877. 

N.W. Mounted Police 1900—05. Farming in Canada. 
Bernard, Thomas Apr., 1894 — Dec, 1897 Cross. 

s. of Daniel Bernard, Edinburgh, b. Dec. 3, 1879. Hert. Coll., 

Ox. 
Bolleau, Etienne Musgrave Phipps Apr., 1894 — Apr., 1898 Mitre. 

s. of W. P. Boileau, Urquhart House, Buntingford. b. Sept. 4, 

1879. Ch. Ch., Ox. Journalist. Kirkeaton, Longcroft Ave., 

Harpenden. 
Brookfield, John Waites Apr., 1894— July, 1896 Mitre. 

s. of S. M. Brookfield. b. Aug. 25, 1879. Dir., Brookfield 

Construction Co., Ltd., Halifax. Briardean, Young Ave. 

Halifax, N.S, 



17() FURNEAUX 1S!)4 



Churchill, Spencer Apr., 1894— July, 1898 Hall. 

s. of A. Churchill, Fairhaven, Putney Heath, b. Aug. 18, 1880. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Nat. Sci. M.B. M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. 1907. Capt. (t) R.A.M.C. 1916—18. Ednam House, 

Melville St., Ryde, I.W. 
Clutterbuck, Ernest Charles Apr., 1894: — July, 1896 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. Clutterbuck. b. July 10, 1879. 5th Yorks. Regt. 

(T.F.) 1/15, Capt. 5/18; Seed. R.E. France. Manland 

Beacon, Manland- Rd., Harpenden. 
Fraser, Denis Hall Apr., 1894 Doc, 1896 Cross. 

s. of the late H. J. Fraser, C.E., Leeds, b. Oct. 12, 1879. S.A. 

War, Derbys. Imp. Yeo. 1900 — 01. Mining engineer, Mexico, 

N. Nigeria, Rio Tinto, Spain, 1904—18. Lt. (t) R. Marine 

Engineers 1918 — 19. Paice Lane Cottage, Medstead, Hants. 
Gibson, George Middleton Apr., 1894 — July, 1899 Orchard. 

s. of J. B. Gibson, b. Nov. 28, 1880. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1903. S.E. Agric. Coll., Wye. 2nd Lt. 3rd North'd Fus., 

S.R., 1/18; France. Farming. Eversley, Okanagan Centre, 

B.C. 
Haines, Arthur Basil Apr., 1894 — ■ Latham. 

s. of R. T. Haines, Lark Hill, Ilkley. b. Jan. 25, 1880. d. at 

Repton, Mar. 31, 1895. 
Harbord, Alexander Hornby Apr., 1894 — Apr., 1895 Hall. 

s. of Oliver Harbord. b. Jan. 21, 1879. In S. Africa. 
Hesse, Frederick William Apr., 1894 — Hall. 

s. of A. Hesse, Maxtoke Rd., The Park, Nottingham, b. June 

11, 1880. d. at Repton, Mar. 16, 1895. His father left ^3,000 

in 1905, to found Scholarship at Repton School. 
Holder, Alfred Ernest Apr., 1894 — Dec, 1895 Latham. 

s. of Sir John Holder, Bart., Pitmaston, Moselev, Worcs. b. 

Nov. 16, 1879. Maj. Worcs. Yeo. (T.F.) 9/14—4/15. Lt. 

\t) R.N.V.R., 1917—18. Hood Manor, Totnes, S. Devon. 
Hollocombe, Rudolph Apr., 1894— Dec. 1896 Hall. 

s. of Mrs. Hollocombe, 96, Elm Park Gardens, S.W. b. Mar. 1, 

1880. Capt. (t) S. Staffs. Regt. 11/14, France, Despatches, 

M.C., Order of Avis, 3rd cl. (Port.). 
Kennaway, Mark John Apr., 1894— Dec, 1894 Latham. 

s. of Rev. R. A. Kennaway, Bramdean Rect., Alresford. b. 

Apr. 25, 1880. Escot Rubber Estate, Tanjong Malin, F.M.S. 
Lamb, Charles Osborn Burgoyne Apr., 1894 — Dec, 1895 Hall. 

s. of C. B. Lamb., O.R., Inholms, Tadcaster, Yorks. b. Aug. 

1, 1880. Pte. A.I.F. 1914, Egypt, France, c/o Bank ofN.S.W., 

Sydney, Australia, and Inholms, Tadcaster, Yorks. 
Lloyd, Daniel Charles Apr., 1894 — July, 1897 Latham. 

s. of F. H. Lloyd, Stowe Hill, Lichfield, b. Sept. .13, 1879. 

Capt. 6th S. Staffs. Regt. (T.F.) 11/14—1/16. On munition 

production with own firm, 1916—18, M.B.E. Managing Dir., 

F. H. Lloyd & Co., Ltd., Steel works, Wednesbury. Stockwell 

End, Tettenhall, Staffs. 
Lousada, Hugh Cecil Maynard Apr., 1894— July, 1897 J.H.G. 

s. of A. Lousada, Ashfield House, Boston Spa, Yorks. b. Dec. 

29, 1880. Brewer. 
Mortimer, Edmund Apr., 1894 — July, 1898 Latham. 

s. of W. B. Mortimer, Hay Carr, Lancaster, b. Aug. 24, 1879. 

XL 1898. Clare Coll., Camb. Land agent. 6th Northld. 

Fus. (T.F.) 9/14, Lt. 2/15 ; France. K. in A. near St. Julien, 

Apr. 25, 1915. 
Page, Stuart Lynam Apr., 1894 — Dec, 1897 Orchard. 

s. of T. Page, Hazlewood, The Park, Nottingham, b. Feb. 10, 

JSS0. Business. Hazlewood, Thr Park, Nottingham. 



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Robinson, Arthur Claude Vyvyan- Apr., 1894 — Dec, 1897 Priory. 
s. of the late P. A. Vyvyan- Robinson, Pencisley, Cardiff, b. 
Sept. 8, 1880. Lt. S. Lan. Regt. 1914—19; Gallipoli 1915. 
Allangate, Rustington, Sussex. 

Smith, Lyndon Howard Apr., 1894 — Dec, 1899 Priory. 

s. of E. Howard Smith, Barncroft, Great Berkhamsted. b. 
Apr. 19, 1881. F.XI. 1899. 1st E. Kent Regt. 1901. France 
8/14 ; Prisoner of War. Officer, Coy. of Gentlemen Cadets 
R.M.C Sandhurst 1919. Adj. 4th Bn. The Buffs 1920. Major 
1915. cjo Messrs. GOVS' Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Teichman, Oskar Apr., 1894 — Dec, 1894 Cross. 

s. of E. Teichman, Sitka, Chislehurst. b. Nov. 1, 1880. Gonv. 
and Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1902. M.A. 1906. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. 1906. F.R.G.S. R.A.M.C. (T.F.) Egypt and Gallipoli 
1915, Sinai 1916, Palestine 1917—18, Italy 1918, Despatches 
3 times, D.S.O., M.C. ; Croix de Guerre (Palm), Croce di Guerra ; 
D.A.D.M.S. 1920—22 ; Capt. 1915. Asst. Med. Dir., Radium 
Inst., W. 1. New University Club, and Hollington, Chislehurst. 

Vicary, Lucius Gilbert Apr., 1894 — July, 1897 Priory, 

s. of R. Vicary, Churchills, Newton Abbot, b. May 17, 1879. 
Merchant. Broadmead, Newton Abbot. 

Boyle, Edward Alexander June, 1894 — July, 1898 Brook. 

s. of the late Rev. R. A. Boyle, b. May 3, 1880. C.C.C., Ox. 
B.A. 1903. M.A. 1920. Pte. 16th Middx. Regt. 9/14; 2nd 
Lt. Kent Cyclist Bn. (T.F.) 8/15, Lt. 7/17. France 1918. 
c/o Sandilands &> Co., 8, Coleman St., E.C.2. 

Aldersmith, Claude Herbert Sept., 1894 — Dec, 1896 Latham, 
s. of H. Aldersmith, M.D. b. Dec. 1, 1880. Univ. Coll., 
Lond. A.M.I.C.E. 2nd Lt. Calcutta Vol. Rifles, I.D.F. 1914. 
Electrical and Civil engineer. 11, Victoria Terrace, Calcutta. 

Barber, John Sept., 1894 — Apr., 1899 Orchard. 

s. of J. L. P. Barber, O.R. b. June 30, 1881. Trin. Coll., 
Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Hist. Pt. I., 1903. U.M.C.A., N. Rhode- 
sia 1910—12. R. of Stow, V. of Coates-by-Stow, R.D. of 
Laures West. Stow Red., Lincoln. 

Beloe, Gilbert Charles Sept., 1894 — Dec, 1898 Hall. 

s. of H. W. Beloe, J. P., Sundon House, Clifton, Bristol, b. 
June 4, 1880. XI. 1896, 97, 98. F.XI. 1898. Pte. H.A.C. 
9/14; 5th Gloster. Regt. (T.F.) 4/15, Capt. 7/17; France 1914 
— 1919, Despatches, M.C. Stock Exchange. 73, St. James St., 
S.W.I. 

Binns, John Braybrooke Sept., 1894— July, 1897 Hall. 

s. of G. J. Binns, Duffield House, Duffield. b. Mar. 11, 1880. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1906. R.A.M.C. Capt. 1916, M.E.F. 1915— 
16, Egypt 1916—19, Despatches. 145, Bow Rd., E.3. 

Brooke, John Weston Sept., 1894— July, 1897 Hall. 

s. of Sir J. A. Brooke, O.R. b. July 2, 1880. S.A. War, 
served with Yorks. Yeo. F.R.G.S. Killed while exploring in 
Western China, Dec. 24, 1908. 

Gartwright, Henry Bernard Sept., 1894— July, 1899 Cross. 

s. of R. H. Cartwright, 18, Uxbridge Rd., Ealing, b. Mar. 15, 
1881. 19th Lan. Fus. 8/15, Lt. 7/17. Auctioneer and estate 
agent. 59, The Avenue, Bedford Park, Chiswick. 

Chaplin, Henry Slater Sept., 1894— July, 1898 Mitre, 

s. of the late M. Chaplin, Etwall, Derby, b. Nov. 8, 1880. L.S. 
Late Capt. 1st V.B. Sherwood Foresters. R.A.O.C. 5/16—11/19, 
France 1916—19 ; D.A.D.O.S., 8th Div. 12/17, Despatches, 
O.B.E. Major, Res. of OS. 6, rue Marechal Foch, Le Vesinet, 
Seine el Oise, France. 



178 FURNEAUX 1894 



Charles, Digby Fendall Sept., 1894 — Apr., 1896 Brook. 

s. of F. L. Charles, O.R. b. Mar. 22, 1880. Pte. 1st Garr. Bn. 

K.O.Y.L.I. 1915—19 ; Malta 1918—19. Actor (Charles 

Digby). 62, Dinorwick Rd., Birkdale, Sonthport. 
Cochrane, Wilfred Theodore Claude 

Sept., 1894— July, 1899 Orchard. 

s. of the late Rev. D. C. Cochrane, Master, Etwall Hosp. b. 

Mar. 5, 1881. L.S. Sec, Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth 

and Co., Ltd. Ehwick Works, N 'eu<castle-on-T yne . 
Conor, George Herbert Sept., 1 894- -Apr., 1898 Cross. 

s. of Capt. H. L. Conor, Doyden, Port Isaac, Cornwall. b. 

Apr. 5, 1881. Ranching. Doydenia, Maria Susana F.C.C.A., 

Provincia de Santa Fe, Republica Argentina. 
Copestake, Henry Goodall Sept., 1894 — July, 1897 Orchard. 

s. of the late S. G. Goodall Copestake, O.R. b. Aug. 1.3, 1880. 

Glasgow Univ. B.Sc. 1910. Capt. 7th Scottish Rifles (T.F.), 

Gallipoli 1915—16, Egypt and Palestine 1916—18, France 1918 

— 19, Despatches 3 times. Civil engineer. 40, Queen Mary 

Ave., Crosshill, Glasgow, and 108, Claremont Rd., Pendleton, 

Manchester. 
Dalgllesh, Frank Bell Sept., 1894— Apr., 1897 Orchard. 

s. of the late W. H. Dalgliesh, Blackheath. b. Mar. 18, 1880. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1906. R.A.M.C. 1908, Major 1920. c/o 

King, Kings' Co., 3, Whitehall Place, S.W.I. 
Dickinson, John Sept., 1894— July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of J. Dickinson, 10, Water St., Liverpool, b. Mar. 21, 1880. 

38, High St., Albrighton, Wolverhampton. 
Dulley, Frank Hugh Sept., 1894— Dec, 1897 J.H.G. 

s. of J. Dulley, The Gables, St. Mary's Rd., Leicester. b. Nov. 

8, 1879. Journalist. The Gables, St. Mary's Rd., Leicester. 
Dims, Charles Ernest Sept., 1894 — Apr., 1899 Priory. 

s. of the late R. F. Duus, Putney, b. July 22, 1881. Electrical 

engineer. 38, Norland Sq., Holland Park, W.ll. 
Edleston, Robert Sept., 1894— July. 1898 Mitre. 

s. of R. Edleston, Cliff Hill, Warley, Halifax, b. Feb. 24, 1880. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1901. d. Oct. 27, 1906. 
Heurtley, Eustace William Du Creux Sept., 1894 — July, 1898 Hall. 

s. of Rev. C. A. Heurtley. b. Nov. 30, 1880. Exh. Gunner 

Canadian F.A. 1915; R.F.A., S.R. 1916, Major 1919; France 

1916, Mesopotamia 1916 — 19, M.C. Plantation House, Cater- 

ham Valley, Surrey. 
Hewett, Edwin Robert Sept., 1894— Dec, 1894 Brook. 

s. of T. E. Hewett, Tetbury Lodge, Reading, b. Nov. 17, 1879. 
Holden, Robert Shuttleworth Sept., 1894— Sept., 1894 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. S. Holden, Aston Rect., Derby, b. May 17, 1880. 

Left through ill-health. 
Hopkinson, Miles Staveley Sept., 1894 — Apr., 1897 Hall. 

s. of the late G. H. Hopkinson, Bucklands, Wallingford. b. 

Apr. 30, 1879. Army Pay Dept. ; Field Cashier, France 1915— 

17, Italy 1917—19, Despatches, O.B.E. Stock Exchange. 

23, Lansdowne Cres., W.ll. 
Johnston- Stewart, Herbert Eustace Hathorn 

Sept., 1894— Dec, 1897 Hall. 

s. of R. H. Johnston-Stewart, Glasserton, W^hithorn. b. July 

15, 1880. S.A. War, 1901—02, Mounted I., Medal (5 Clasps). 

1st Highland L.I. 1900. Capt. 1910. France 1914. K. in A., 

near La Bassee, May 17, 1915. 
Lamb, John Hudson Devenish Bowhill 

Sept., 1894— July, 1896 Hall. 

s. of J. H. Lamb, Morolin, Stain Hill Park, Hampton-on- 



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Thames, b. Aug. 28, 1878. Lt. (t) R.A.O.C. 12/14, France 
1915—16 ; Capt. 1919. Manager, General Sandur Mining Co., 
Ltd. Ramandrug, via Sandur, Bellary Dist., S. India. 

Lea-Wilson, Harold Wright Sept., 1894 — July, 1899 Brook. 

s. of Rev. C. Lea-Wilson, Glen Willyn, Northwood. b. Dec. 6, 
1880. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Hist., 1902. Ridley 
Hall. M.A. 1906. C.M.S. Missionary 1907. H.O. Principal, 
Robert Money Sch., Bombay 1916 ; Exam. Chap, to Bp. of 
Bombay 1920. Glen Willyn, Northwood, Middx. 

Leslie, Edmund Vincent Sept., 1894— July, 1898 Latham, 

s. of S. M. Leslie, 25, Thornton Rd., Wimbledon, b. Dec. 6, 

1879. Pte. 188th Canadian Inf. Bn., 12/15, France, 1916. 
Lyell, James Victor Latham Sept., 1894 — Dec, 1897 Hall. 

s. of J. C. Lyell, 68, Upper Richmond Rd., S.W. 15. b. Sept. 28, 

1880. Sergt. Seaforth Highrs. of Canada 1915, France. Ban- 
ker and Financial agent. Box 625, Kelowna, B.C. 

Malim, Aubrey Cyril Sept., 1894— Apr., 1896 Cross. 

s. of A. H. Malim, Grantham, b. July 14, 1879. Grantham. 
Mankowski, Casimir Sterling Sept., 1894 — Apr., 1898 Hall. 

s.of the late Count C. Mankowski. b. Dec. 15, 1879. Engineer 

in New York. d. in New Orleans, Apr. 27, 1917. 
Marshall, Frederic Charles Sept., 1894 — Dec, 1896 Latham. 

s. of Rev. Canon E. T. Marshall, O.R. b. Feb. 2, 1880. 

F.M.S. Civil Service. Warden of Mines. Johore Bahru, 

Malay States, and Riverwoods, Marlow-on-Thames. 
Maundrell, Ernest Barton Sept., 1894 — July, 1899 Orchard. 

s. of Ven. Archd. Maundrell. b. Nov. 9, 1880. Exh. F.S. 

1895. 1st G.D. Sch. 1898. Leaving Exh. Jesus Coll., 

Camb. Rustat Sch. B.A., 1st CI. Class., 1902. F.M.S. Civil 

Service 1899. Acting Resident at Brunei. Shot, while arrest- 
ing a native, May 18, 1916. 
Miller, Neville Sept., 1894— July, 1897 Priory. 

s. of R. Miller, 3, Newhall St., Birmingham, b. May 24, 1880. 

Stockbroker. Pte., 14th R. Warwick Regt., 8/14 ; 2nd Lt., 

5th S. Stafford Regt. (T.F.), 3/17. France 1915—16, 17. 

K. in A., near Lens, June 28, 1917. 
Mitchell, Edward Forrester Sept., 1894 — July, 1896 Hall. 

s. of W. Mitchell, Portland Sq., Carlisle, b. Mar. 28, 1880. 

d. Sept. 10, 1901. 
Moore, Charles James Armytage Sept., 1894— Dec, 1898 J.H.G. 

s. of W. H. Armytage Moore, Arnmore, Co. Cavan. b. Apr. 27, 

1880. F.XI. 1898. Stockbroker. 
Mortimer, George Frederick Sept., 1894 — July, 1899 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. Canon Mortimer, b. July 5, 1880. Exh. Ex. Coll., 

Ox., 3rd CI. Class. Mods. Formerly in Australia. Great 

War, 1916. 
Pilkington, Lionel Sept., 1894 — Dec, 1896 Mitre. 

s. of Alexander Pilkington, D.L., Newberry Hal!, Carbury, 

Co. Kildare. b. Mar. 30, 1880. Capt. R. Dublin Fus. J. P., 

Co. Kildare. 
Reah, John Sept., 1894— Apr., 1896 J.H.G. 

s. of J. H. Reah, J. P., Newlands, Gosforth. b. July 12, 1880. 

Inns of Court O.T.C. 12/15—11/16; 2nd Lt. E. Riding Yeo. 

11/16 ; Overseas, attd. Surr. Yeo. ; seed. C.M.E. Rly. troops, 

Capt. retired. Coal exporter. St. Cuthberts, Almnouth, 

Northld. 
Redman, Arthur Stanley Sept., 1894 — July, 1898 Latham. 

s. of T. E. Redman, J. P., The Knoll, Shawford, Winchester. 

b. Sept. 25, 1879. R.M.C. Sandhurst, entrance 1st PI. 1898. 

R.I.E.C. Coopers Hill 1898, passed out 3rd 1901. R.E. 1901. 



180 FURNEAUX 1894 



Major 1916, Bt. Lt.-Col. 1918, C.B. Asst. Dir. of Movements, 

War Office, 1921. c/o Cox&- Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Ruddle, Edward Anthony Sept., 1894— Julv, 1897 J.H.G. 

s. of S. Ruddle, Netheravon, Salisbury, b. Aug. 25, 1879. 

XI. 1897. F.XL 1895, 96. Brewer. Elmhurst, Bradford-on-Avon. 
Scale, John Dymoke Sept., 1894— July, 1899 Mitre. 

s. of Edward Griffith Scale, b. Dec. 27, 1882. 2nd Lt. 1901 ; 

I. A. 1903; Great War 1914 — 21, Despatches twice, D.S.O., 

O.B.E. ; Legion of Honour 5th CI., Orders of Star of Roumania 

5th CI., St. Anne 3rd CI., St. Vladimir 4th CI. ; 87th Punjabis. 

Major 5/16. c/o Cox & Co., Rawal Pindi. Punjab. 
Scorer, Norman Veitch Sept., 1894 — Julv, 1899 Orchard. 

s. of C. Scorer, Coombe Hurst, Lincoln, b. July 29, 1880. 

Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Theol. Pt. I., 1902. C.M.S. 

Missionary in Persia 1906 — 11 ; V. of Kirk German, I.M. 1914 — 

17. Sale Vic, Manchester. 
Shaw, Leonard Sept., 1894— Apr., 1897 Hall. 

s. of H. Shaw, Whitehall, nr. Buxton, b. May 18, 1880. 

Whitehall, nr. Buxton. 
Shuttleworth, Edmond John Ashton Sept., 1894— Dec, 1898 Hall. 

s. of Col. A. J. Shuttleworth, Hathersage Hall, Sheffield, b. 

May 19, 1880. XL 1898. F.XL 1897, Capt. 1898. Mech. 

engineer. Lt. (t) A.O.D. 1/16. Hathersage Hall, Sheffield. 
Sldebottom, John Kercheval Sept., 1894— July, 1898 Latham. 

s. of J. A. Sidebottom, Manor House, Hollingworth. b. May 

25, 1880. A.M.I. C.E. 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 1915, Capt. 1918 ; 

France 1916—22, Despatches, O.B.E. Divl. Asst., B. Div., 

L. & N.W. Ry. Mentone, Scholes Lane, Prestwich, Lanes. 
Speakman, Edward Murray Sept., 1894— Apr , 1897 Brook. 

s. of M. M. Speakman, O.R. b. Sept. 3, 1880. Lieut. K.N.V.R. 

attd. K.N. AS. 1914 — 15 ; Gen. Manager, Openshaw Shell Factory 

1915—16, Lieut. R.N.V.R. attd. Paravane Dept. 1917—18. 

Carrigill, Alston, Cumberland. 
Swanwlck, Eustace Hinton Sept., 1894— July, 1896 J.H.G. 

s. of E. M. Swanwick, M.D., Church Sq., West Hartlepool, b. 

Aug. 2, 1879. Engineer in W. Australia. Pte., 13th Inf. 

Bde.. A.I F., Gallipoli 1915, Egypt, France 1916 K. in A., 

France, Apr. 1, 1917. 
Thwaites, Leslie Freke Sept., 1894— Dec, 1898 Hall. 

s. of John Thwaites, Troy, Blackburn, b. May 4, 1880. F.XL 

1897, 98. Warwick Yeo. (T.F.) 1914; Lt. 1916; Egypt 

1915—16, France 1916—17, Italy 1917—18. The Manor 

House, Harbury, Leamington. 
Toller, George Archibald Sept., 1894— Jul>, 1898 J.H.G. 

s. of R. S. Toller, Mayfield, Stoneygate, Leicester, b. Sept. 21, 

1880. Solicitor, d. Apr. 26, 1918. 
Twigg, Henry Martin Sept., 1894— July, 1898 Cross. 

s. of H. "Twigg, Weeping Cross, Stafford, b. Nov. 2, 1879. 

Pte. N. Sta°ord Regt. 1917, Transferred to M. of National 

Service, and later to M. of Labour. Solicitor. Chronicle 

Bldgs , Greengate, Stafford, and The Little Cottage, Weeping 

Cross, Stafford. 
Upton, Richard Sept., 1894— Apr., 1899 Priory. 

s. of the late J. R. Upton, Thurgarton Priory, Notts, b. May 

4, 1880. Exh. Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1901. Cigar mer- 
chant, U.S.A., retired. The Rowans, Lode, Cambs. 
Wlllan, Gerald Ralph Sept., 1894— July, 1899 Latham. 

s. of H. Willan, Albion Lodge, Hanley Castle, b. Sept. 19, 

I88u. Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1903. Colliery manager. 

Glan-yr-Afon, Cefn Coed, Merthyr Tydfil. 



1895 FURNEAUX 181 



Farrar, Hubert Lister Jan., 1895 — July, 1899 Mitre. 

s. of T. L. Farrar, Oakhill, Groby Rd., Altrincham. b. Apr. 2, 

1881. XI. 1898, 99. 2nd Lt. (/) R.F.A. 3/15, Lt. 8/15 ; 

France 1915 — 19, Despatches twice. The Cottage, West Rd., 

Bowdon, Cheshire. 
Fawcett, James Wortley Jan., 1895—- Apr., 1897 Mitre. 

s. of J. D. Fawcett, Whirlow Court, Sheffield, b. Apr. 30, 1880. 

Steel manufacturer. Whiteley Wood Cottage, Sheffield. 
Fellows, John Pultenev Jan., 1895— July, 1898 Hall. 

s. of G. Fellows, O.R. b. Mar. 28, 1881. Pte. Mon. Regt. 

10/14; R. Lan. Regt. S.R., 1/15, Lt. 7/17; France 1915—18. 

B.S.A. Coy. Estates, Inoro P.O., Marandellas, S. Rhodesia. 
Hamilton, Claude Jan., 1895 — Feb., 1896 Cross. 

s. of C. C. Hamilton, b. July 30, 1881. H.M.S. " Conway." 

Mercantile Marine and Naval Service. Cameroons, Atlantic 

Patrols 1914—19 ; Comdr. R.N.R. ; R.D. 1917. Capt. Supt., 

Russell-Cotes Nautical School, Parkstone, Dorset. 
Hltchcox, Cyril William Jan., 1895— Dec, 1897 Hall. 

s. of W. Hitchcox, Broughton, Clytha Park, Newport, b. Apr. 

22, 1880. Late 4th S. Wales Borderers. S.A. War, 1902, 

Medal (2 Clasps). Capt. 3rd Mon. Regt. (T.F.) 10/14, attd. 

6th S. Wales Bord. ; France 1917—19. Architect, c/o Holt 

6- Co., 44, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Hughes, Thomas Hector Jan., 1895— July, 1900 Priory. 

s. of F. Hughes, Wallfield, Reigate. b. July 15, 1881. F.XI. 

1899. XL 1900. 3rd Worcs. Regt. Capt. France 8/14. 
K. in A., Oct. 15, 1914. 

Jameson, Reginald Wratislaw Falconer 

Jan., 1895 — July, 1897 Cross. 

s. of R. Falconer Jameson, Hornsea, Hull. b. Apr. 9, 1880. 

Sapper Canadian Engineers, France 1916 — 17. Elladene, 

Beaconsfield, Bucks. 
Knight, David Langford Jan., 1895— Brook. 

s. of A. L. Knight, Thorner Lodge, Leeds, b. Nov. 21, 1880. 

d. at Repton, Mar. 24, 1895. 
Morris, Ernest Wood Jan., 1895— Apr., 1895 Hall, 

s. of Col. W. J. Morris, Llwyngwern, Pantperthog. b. Mar. 10, 

1880. R.W. Kent Regt. S.A. War, Mounted I. K. in A., 
Jan. 26, 1902. 

Musson, William Pratt Jan., 1895— July, 1899 Priory, 

s. of W. A. Musson, Fernleigh, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. b. July 29, 

1881. Solicitor. Hillside, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 

Nadin, Russell Jan., 1895 — July, 1899 Priory. 

s. of H. R. Nadin, 51, Pulteney St., Bath. b. Feb. 4, 1881. 

Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1902. Journalist. 
Noel, Francis Arthur Gerard Jan., 1895 — Dec, 1899 Brook. 

s. of the late Adm. Sir Gerard Noel, G.C.B., K.C.M.G. b. Dec. 

3, 1880. R.F.C. 1915—19, Lt.-Col. 28, Southwick St., W.2. 
Paddon, Henry Locke Jan., 1895 — July, 1900 Brook. 

s. of Col. H. W. L. Paddon, 7th R. Fus. b. Aug. 9, 1881. XL 

1900. Univ. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1905. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1911. 
Labrador Medical Mission 1912. c/o International Grenfell 
Assocn., St. Johns, Newfoundland. 

Parrington, John Leonard Jan., 1895 — July, 1898 Priory. 

s. of John Parrington, Roby Mount, Liverpool, b. Aug. 21, 

1880. 76, Clarence Gate Gardens, N.W.I. 
Rees, Robert Ithel Treharne Jan., 1895 — July, 1898 Priory. 

s. of I. Treharne Rees. b. June 2, 1881. Guildhall Chambers, 

Cardiff. 



182 FURNEAUX 1895 



Sculthorpe, Alfred Clement Fisher Jan., 1895 — Dec, 1896 Latham. 
s. of the late A. M. Sculthorpe, M.D., Tamworth. b. Apr. 19, 

1880. Manager, Govt. Experimental Fruit Farm since 1920. 
Errington, Vancouver Island, B.C. 

Short, Herbert Douglas Jan., 1895— Dec, 1895 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. Short, b. Jan. 19, 1881. S.A. War, 78th Imp. 

Yeo., Johannesburg Mtd. Police. Died of enteric, Feb. 27, 

1903. 
Thorne, Arthur Charles Drought Jan., 1895 — Dec, 1898 Hall. 

s. of Maj. C. R. B. Thorne. b. Oct. 8, 1881. 2nd Oxf. L.I. 1900. 

103rd Mahratta L.I. 1902. Mesopotamia 1915 ; Prisoner of 

War 5/16. Major 1915. cjo The India Office, S.W.I. 
Vicary, George Cecil Jan., 1895— Dec, 1898 Priory. 

s. of R. Vicary, Churchills, Newton Abbot, b. Dec. 2, 1881. 

R.G.A. 1916, Corpl. ; 2nd Lt. 1/17, Lt. 6/18 ; with 90th Heavy 

Bty. 3/17—3/19, France and Italy. Solicitor. Home Mead, 

Lymington, Hants. 
Adshead, Gerald May, 1895— July, 1898 Hall. 

s. of S. Adshead, Highfield, Upton, Macclesfield, b. May 18, 

1881. 1st Cheshire Regt. Major 1918. O.C. Depot, Chester 
1920. cjo Cox &■ Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Buckley, James Launcelot May, 1895 — Apr., 1899 J.H.G. 

s. of J. F. Buckley, J. P., The Nook, Greenfield, b. Mar. 4. 

1881. d. Apr. 10, 1910. 

Cattley, Kenneth Moberly May, 1895 — July, 1899 Mitre. 

s. of F. T. Cattley. b. Dec. 5, 1880. 4th R. Sussex Regt. 

(T.F.) 12/14, Lt. 6/16 ; Transferred to R.F.C. 9/16, K. Balloon 

Offr. ; Ypres Salient 1917. The Dingle, Pinner, Middx. 
Chance, Kenneth Macomb May, 1895 — July, 1898 Latham. 

s. of the late A. M. Chance, Lawnside, Edgbaston. b. July 16, 

1879. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1901. M.A. 1905. M. of 

Munitions 1916 — 18. Merchant. Radford Manor House, nr. 

Leamington. 
Forbes, Reginald Michael Norman May, 1895 — July, 1900 Latham. 

s. of Capt. J. A. Forbes, R.N. b. Sept. 29, 1881. R.G.A. 1901. 

Mesopotamia 1914 — 18, Palestine 1918 — 19, Despatches 3 times, 

M.C. ; Serbian White Eagle 5th CI. with Swords. Major 1917. 

cjo Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Harnett, Edward St. Clair May, 1895— July, 1899 Priory. 

s. of W. O. S. Harnett, 10, Pembroke Gardens, Kensington, b. 

Mar. 25, 1881. Bar, Gray's Inn. 1st CI. Criminal Law 1904. 

Midland Circuit. Temporary Barrister, Bd. of Education 1906, 

Jun. Examiner 1909. Pte., 16th London Regt. (T.F.), 8/14 ; 

Lt. (/) Black Watch 11/14, Capt. 12/14. O.B.E. 
Lloyd, Noel Tudor May, 1895— Dec, 1898 Hall. 

s. of R. B. Lloyd, Fir Grove, Farnham, Surrey, b. Apr. 17, 

1882. Late Capt. 3rd Northumb. Fus. Land agent. Middle 
Farm, Souldrop, Sharnbrook. 

Macmeikan, John Kenneth May, 1895— July, 1900 Cross. 

s. of J. A. Macmeikan, O.R. b. Mar. 27, 1880. G.D. Sch. 

Leaving Exh. Wore Coll., Ox. Exh., 3rd CI. Mods. B.A., 

4th CI. Litt. Hum., 1904. Athl. Blue 1904. d. Feb. 5, 1912. 
Masefield, Charles John Beech May, 1895 — Dec. 1899 Hall. 

s. of J. R. B. Masefield, Rosehill, Cheadle. b. Apr. 15, 1882'. 

Solicitor. Author, " Gilbert Hermer," "A Little Guide to 

Staffordshire." 5th. N. Stafford Regt. (T.F.) 7/15, Lt. M.C. 

d. of w., while Prisoner of War, July 2, 1917. 
Salwey, Arthur May, 1895 — July, 1898 Latham. 

s. of the late Rev. J. Salwey. b. Mar. 8, 1881. Civil servant. 

6, Ridgmont Rd., St. Albans. 



1895 FURNEAUX 183 



Saye, Kenneth Noel May, 1896— Die, 1808 Mitie. 

s. of E. G. Saye, Nunthorpe, Bournemouth, b. Dec. 30, 1880. 
Lt. (/) 11th Hampshire Regt. 3/15, Major 5/18 ; Transferred to 
R.E. 1/17, France 1915—19, Despatches, D.S.O. ; Chevalier 
du Merite Agricole. A.M.I.M.E. Engineer. Nunthorpe, 
Branksome Wood Rd., Bournemouth. 

Thomas, Nevill Senior May, 1895— July, 1897 Priory. 

s. of F. S. Thomas, The Priory, Penarth, Cardiff, b. Nov. 26, 

1880. A.M.I.M.E. R.A.S.C, S.R. 8/14, France (Mons retreat), 
Egypt 1916, India 1917, Despatches 3 times. Capt. 1917 ; 
Tech. Inspr. of M.T. Vehicles, Southern Comd. Poona. c/o 
Grindlay <&• Co., Bombay. 

Whitton, Richard May, 1895— July, 1900 Cross. 

s. of R. Whitton, Hilton House, Lincoln, b. Aug. 12, 1882. 

Pte. 8th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 9/14, 2nd Lt. 2/15, France 

1916 — 19, Despatches ; Capt. T.F. Res. Deeping, Queensway , 

Lincoln. 
Abell, Martin Harold Sept., 1895— July, 1899 Mitre. 

s. of late G. E. Abell, J. P., Grafton Manor, Bromsgrove. b. 

Aug. 4, 1880. XL Ranching in Argentine 1900-14. Lt. (/) 

R.F.A. 11/14, Capt. 11/15, France, Despatches. Oilseed crusher. 

Henley House, Brockworth, Glos. 
Allen, John Francis Sept., 1895 — Dec, 1898 Priory. 

s. of W. H. Allen, 13, South St., Park Lane, W. b. Oct. 9, 1881 . 

2nd N. Lanes. Regt. 1901. Capt. France 8/14, Despatches. 

K. in A., at Ypres, Oct. 28, 1914. 
Clarke, Brinsley Guise Sheridan Sept., 1895— July, 1900 Hall. 

s. of Rev. A. E. Clarke, b. Oct. 20, 1881. Exh. Sch. 1897. 

Indian Army 1902. 10th Gurkha Rifles, Egypt 1914, Gallipoli 

1915, France 1916. Major 1916. c/o King, King & Co., 

Bombay. 
Clarke, John Spencer Stewart Sept., 1895— July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of J. H. Clarke, Amherst House, Clifton, Bristol, b. Oct. 13, 

1881. R.G.A. 1900. Instr. Gunnery, Mauritius 1910—13, Port- 
land Defences 1914—16. Formed and commanded No. 1 
R.G.A. Cadet Sch. 1916 ; France 1918, Despatches twice ; 
Major 1915, retired 1919. c/o Brand Bros., Moukden, Man- 
churia, China. 

Claughton, Alastair Henry Sept., 1895— July, 1900 Hall. 

s. of H. W. Claughton, O.R. b. Oct. 9, 1882. d. Nov. 18, 1919. 
Dodsworth, Benjamin Sept., 1895 — July, 1900 Latham. 

s. of E. A. Dodsworth, Clifton Green, York. b. Apr. 24, 1882. 

Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. 1903. Lt. T.F. Res. 5/15 ; Brit. Mission 

with American E.F. 4/18, O.B.E. Solicitor ; Sec. Yorks. 

Gentlemen's Cricket Club. 4, Minster Yard, York. 
Everett, Bernard Richard Sept., 1895— Mar., 1899 Cross. 

s. of William Everett, b. Aug. 24, 1880. Exh. 6th Rifle 

Bde., S.R. 11/16, Lt. 5/18; France 1916—17, Despatches. 

Solicitor. 108a, Cannon St., E.C.4, and Gt. Chesterjord, Essex. 
Forster, Charles Langstaffe Sept., 1895— May, 1899 Brook. 

s. of C. M. Forster, Etherston, Osborne Villas, Newcastle-on- 

Tyne. b. Dec. 4, 1880. Lieut. R.N.V.R. 1, North Jesmond 

Avenue, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Gaskell, John Stirzaker Sept., 1895 — July, 1900 Hall. 

s. of Thomas John Gaskell. b. Aug. 4, 1882. Late 3rd N. 

Lanes. Mil. 1st Loyal N. Lanes. Regt. S.A. War 1901—2, 

Medal (5 Clasps). Great War 1914—19, 3rd Loyal N. Lanes. 

Regt., S.R., East African Expeditionary Force ; Bt. Major, 

Adj. 4th Loyal Regt., Preston, c/o Diggles & Olden, Solicitors, 

22, Booth St., Manchester. 



184 FURNEAUX 1895 



Gibb, Arthur Sept., 1895— Dec, 1898 Hall. 

s. of W. Gibb, Craigton, Fintry, Stirlingshire, b. Sept. 21, 

1881. S.A. War, Glasgow Yeo., Medal (5 Clasps). Asst. 

engineer, Lagos Gov. Rly. 
Greene, Hugh Sept., 1895 — Apr., 1899 Latham. 

s. of C. R. Greene, Sea View, Alnmouth. b. Apr. 27, 1881. 

S.A. War, 1901—02, Imp. Yeo., Medal (5 Clasps). Corpl., 

Natal Light Horse, German S.W. Africa, 1914—15 ; 2nd Lt. (t), 

10th Rifle Bde., 1915—17, France 1915 ; Paymaster, Sub-Lt., 

K.N.V.R. 1917—18. Sea View, Alnmouth. 
Heaven, Leonard Henry Purser Sept., 1895 — Dec, 1899 Hall. 

s. of J. Heaven, Northcliff, King's Heath, Birmingham, b. 

Jan. 10, 1883. Business. 
Hignett, Charles Randal Sept., 1895 — July, 1898 Hall. 

s. of T. H. Hignett, Shandon, Chester, b. Apr. 21, 1881. 

Farming. Broughton Lodge, Huntingdon. 
Kershaw, Sidney Hardinge Sept., 1895 — July, 1899 Latham. 

s. of Rev. G. S. W. Kershaw, b. May 21, 1881. Exh. Northld. 

Fus. 1900. S.A. War, 1901—02, Medal (4 Clasps). Great War 

1914—18, Suez Canal 1914—15, Gallipoli 1916, Sinai, Palestine 

and Syria 1916 — 18, Despatches 5 times, D.S.O., Bt. Lt.-Col. 

1919 ; Order of White Eagle, 4th CI. (Serbia), Order of the Nile 

2nd CI. G.S.O., 54th East Anglian Divn. 1920. Heath 

Cottage, Hertford Heath, Herts. 
Lea-Wilson, Bertram Sept., 1895— July, 1898 Brook. 

s. of Rev. C. Lea-Wilson, Glen Willyn, Northwood. b. Dec. 12, 

1881. Lloyd Farm, Lloydminster , Sask., Canada. 
Lyell, Alfred George Sept., 1895— Dec, 1899 Hall. 

s. of J. C. Lyell. b. June 20, 1882. LA. 1902. 39th Garhwal 

Rifles, Major 1916, retired 1922. 68, Upper Richmond Rd., 

Putney, S. W.H. 
Malet, William Gilbert St. Lo Sept., 1895— Dec, 1898 Mitre. 

s. of Capt. William St. Lo Malet. b. Jan. 27, 1881. Engineer. 

P.O. Box 965, Victoria, B.C. 
Mansfield, Oliver Sept., 1895— July, 1896 Orchard. 

s. of E. Mansfield, b. Apr. 21, 1881. Engineer. Royapuram, 

Madras. 
Marsh, Ellis Ernest Sept., 1895— July, 1899 Brook. 

s. of Col. H. C. Marsh, Tunbridge Wells, b. Nov. 3, 1881. 

3rd Lanes. Fus. Died of fever in Malta, July, 1901. 
Marshall, John Edward Sept., 1895— July, 1899 Latham. 

s. of Rev. Canon E. T. Marshall, O.K. b. fan. 3, 1881. S.A. 

War, 1901—02, 2nd Yorks. Regt., Medal (3 Clasps). R. 

Garrison Regt. 1903. D.C.L.I. 1906. Capt. 1914. France 

12/14. K. in A., at Kemmel, Mar. 30, 1915. 
Meyer, Charles Stephen Joseph George 

Sept., 1895— July, 1904 Brook. 

s. of H. F. Meyer, Ph.D., Repton Sch. b. Nov. 28, 1S84. L.S. 

XL 1903, 04. With Arrow Lakes Lumber Co. Pte., C.E.F. 

5/15 ; Sniper, 5th Inf. Bn., France 9/16. K. in A., Sept. I, 1918. 
Peppercorn, Oscar Sept., 1895 — July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of J. H. F. Peppercorn, Eaton Socon, St. Neots. b. Nov. 25, 

1881. Late 1st R. Garr. Regt Served in Natal Mounted 

Police. Trooper, Cullinan's Horse, German S.W. Africa 1914. 

d. Nov. 3, 1916. 
Pyman, Ernest Blanchard Sept., 1895— July, 1896 Priory. 

s. of J. W. Pyman, Ruisdale, Penarth. b. Oct. 20, 1879. 

Shipowner. 
Reddle, Cleland Mackenzie Sept., 1895— Julv, 1900 Brook. 

s. of the late J. C. Reddie, OR. b. Sept. 17, 1882. Exh. 



1895 FURNEAUX 185 



Leaving Exh. Univ. Coll., Ox. 2nd CI. Mods. 1902. B.A., 
2nd CI. Jurisp., 1903. Business. Windy holme, Summer Hill, 
Chislehurst. 

Redman, Charles Edward Sept., 1895— July, 1900 Latham, 

s. of T. E. Redman, J. P., The Knoll, Shawford. b. Feb. 6, 
1881. Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1903. M.A. 1908. M.R.C.S. 
L.R.C.P 1908. Capt. (t) R.A.M.C. 1914, Egypt 1915—16, 
German E. Africa 1916 — 17, France 1918, Prisoner of War, 
O. i/c of German Hosp. for Brit, and Fr. wounded prisoners, 
Bacharet 3/18 — 10/18. The Knoll, Shawford, Hants. 

Robinson, Nicholas Sept., 1895 — Apr., 1897 Hall, 

s. of N. Robinson, Frankton Grange, Ellesmere. b. Nov. 7, 
1879. A.R.A.C, Cirencester. Land agent, d. July 12, 1907. 

Robinson, Stephen Owen Sept., 1895— July, 1899 Mitre, 

s. of the late J. Robinson, Crockham Hill, Edenbridge. b. Dec. 

17, 1881. 5th Middx. Regt. Mil., S.A. War, 1902, Medal 
(3 Clasps). 13th Hussars 1906. Capt. France 1914—16, 
Mesopotamia 1916, Despatches twice. K. in A., Nov. 5, 1917. 

Saxby, Herbert Baber Sept., 1895— Dec, 1898 Hall. 

s. of G. Saxby, Twickenham House, Abingdon, b. Nov. 4, 

1881. Owen's Coll. Elec. engineer, B.B. & CI. Rly. 1909—19. 

c/o Empire Engineering Co., Cawnpore. 
Smith, Archibald John Herman Sept., 1895 — July, 1900 Cross. 

s. of Hon. Sir W. J. Smith, Puisne Judge, Transvaal, b. July 

18, 1882. R.M.L.I. 1900 ; Capt. Res. of Off . 1911 ; empld. 4th 
K.A.R., E. Africa, 1915—19. 

Stuart, Edmund Cuthbert Sept., 1895— July, 1899 Mitre. 

s. of the late J. C. Stuart of Manchester, b. Oct. 11, 1880. 

Fruit farming in U.S.A. and B.C., 1900—16. Pte. Artists 

Rifles 10/16; R.F.A., S.R., 8/17, Lt. 1919; France 1917— 18. 

Merchant, partner, Macdonald &■ Co., Karachi, India ; and 

30, St. Ann St., Manchester. 
Stutfield, Paul Sept., 1895— July, 1898 Cross. 

s. of C. J. Stutfield, Grove House, Hampton, b. Dec. 31, 1881. 

Lieut. R.N.V.R. during War. Grove House, Hampton, S.W. 
Stutfield, Rupert Sept., 1895 — July, 1898 Cross. 

br. of the above, b. Feb. 28, 1883. Grove House, Hampton, 

S.W. 
Taylor, Horace Alfred Sept., 1895- -July, 1898 Hall. 

s. of James Taylor, Brookside, Dorking, b. Feb. 6, 1881. 

Merchant. The Manor, Chilbolton, nr. Stockbridge, Hants. 
Walsh, Theobald Alfred Sept., 1895 — July, 1898 Cross. 

s. of Col. Walsh, C.B., Bishop's Hull, Taunton, b. July 4, 1882. 

2nd Somerset L.I. 1901. Served with Egyptian Army 1908— 

10, operations on Blue Nile 1908, Egyptian Medal. France 

1914—18, Despatches, D.S.O. and Bar. Lt.-Col. Res. of Off. 

c/o Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Whitehead, James Loy Sept., 1895— Apr., 1899 Hall. 

s. of J. D. Whitehead, Middleton Hall, Pickering, b. Nov. 11, 

1881. Capt. (/) Yorks. Regt. 1914—18 ; France 1915, 18 

Solicitor. Crofts Head, Pickering. 
Wills, Charles Richard Sept., 1895— July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of C. Wills, M.R.C.S. b. Apr. 30, 1881. Edin. Univ. M.B., 

Ch. B. 1906. Capt. R.A.M.C. 1915—18, France. The Hazels 

Darley Dale, Matlock. 
Wilson, Percy Sept., 1895— Apr., 1898 Orchard. 

s. of J. F. Wilson, Pangbourne, W. Hartlepool, b. Mar. 13, 

1881. d. Dec. 20, 1913. 
Wright, Shirley Harold Sept., 1895— Dec, 1899 Priory. 

s. of the late Orson Wright, South Wigston. b. Apr. 6, 1882. 



186 FURNEAUX 1896 



Pte. 10th Leicester Regt. 3/15, France. Prisoner of War 3/18. 

South Wigston, Leicester. 
Airy, George Jan., 1896 — July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of O. Airy, LL.D., J. P., Crowthorne, Berks, b. May 25, 1881. 

F.S. XI. 1898. Capt. 1899. I.S.C. 1901. 53rd Sikhs, N.W. 

Frontier 1902. Lt.-Col., retired, 1922. United Sports Club, 

S.W.I, and Cheriton, Hants. 
Bampfield, Lewis Adolphus Jan., 1896 — July, 1901 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. J. R. McW. Bampfield. b. Feb. 1, 1882. F.XI. 

1900. Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1904. Football Blue 1904. 

Asst. Master, Stone House, Broadstairs, 1904 — 14. 2nd Lt. 

(t) 9th Yorks. Regt. 4/15, Capt. New Armies 5/18 ; Camp 

Comdt. Despatches, M.B.E. Bursar, Rossall School, Fleetwood. 
Bergne, Evelyn a Court Jan., 1896 — Dec, 1898 Brook. 

s. of Sir J. H. G. Bergne, K.C.M.G., K.C.B. b. Feb. 13, 1882. 

Capt. Inns of Court O.T.C. embodied 8/14 ; seed. R.E., served 

at Richborough 4/18—1/19, War Office 1919 ; T.D. I.C., 

O.T.C. Res. Stockbroker. 13, Pembroke Rd., W.8. 
Cochrane, Alexander Brodie Jan., 1896— Mar., 1899 Mitre. 

s. of B. Cochrane, Low Gosforth House, Gosforth, Newcastle- 

on-Tyne. b. Nov. 3, 1882. Planter. 
Daukes, Wilfred Hicks Jan., 1896— Dec, 1898 Brook. 

s. of Rev. S. W. Daukes. b. June 4, 1881. Trin. Coll., Camb. 

R.A. Cadet 6/16 ; Instructor, R.G.A. Cadet Schs. Weymouth 

and Golden Hill, 1916 — 19. Dir. of Companies operating in 

the East. 5 and 7, Eastcheap, E.C.3, and 9, Croham Park 

Ave., S. Croydon. 
Davis, Thomas Creasy Jan., 1896— Dec, 1899 J.H.G. 

s. of J. T. Davis, Holly Bush, Snaresbrook, Essex, b. Mar. 18, 

1881. F.XI. 1898, 99. Spinning and Rope making. The 

Firs, Gidea Park, Essex. 
Eade, Arthur Neville Jan., 1896— July, 1901 Latham. 

s. of A. W. F. Eade, Branson House, Darlington, b. Mar. 8, 

1883. F.XI. 1900. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1905. Land 

agent. Kirkby Wharfe, Tadcaster. 
Eliot, Harold Selwyn Jan., 1896— July, 1898 Hall. 

s. of Col. G. E. Eliot, Islip, Oxon. b. Apr. 20, 1881. R.G.A. 

1900. Indian Army, S. and T. Corps. 1909. I.E.F. " E " 

Force, Egypt, Palestine, Salonika. Major 1915. A.D.T. 

Quetta Divn. 18, Phayre Rd., Quetta, Baluchistan. 
Greatorex, Thomas Anthony Jan., 1896 — Dec, 1899 Latham. 

s. of H. A. Greatorex, Stonehall, Great Canfield, Dunmow. 

b. Nov. 6, 1881. F.XI. 1897, 98, Capt. 1899. Stockbroker. 

Capt., 5th East Kent Regt. (T.F.) 1914—18, Gallipoli, 1915. 

d. Jan. 18, 1919. 
Harcourt, Simon Evelyn Vernon Jan., 1896 — Dec, 1898 Cross. 

s. of A. G. Vernon Harcourt, St. Clare, Ryde. b. Jan. 19, 1882. 

Went to Magdalen Sch., Ox. Ch. Ch., Ox. B.A. 1904. St. 

Clare, Ryde, I. of Wight. 
Harris, Thomas Guv Marriott Jan., 1896— Dec, 1899 Hall. 

s. of Lt.-Col. T. Harris, b. Mar. 7, 1882. XL 1898, 99. F.XI. 

1898, 99. W. Yorks. Regt. 1901. LA. 1903. Govt, of India 

Political Dept. 1907. O.B.E. 1919. Major, retired 1921. 

Carter Cottage, Deal. 
Hensman, George Humphrey Douglas 

Jan., 1896— July, 1898 Cross. 

s. of Lt.-Col. Hensman, M.D. b. June 26, 1880. S.A. War, 

Irish Horse, Medal with 2 Clasps. Cape Mounted Police 1902 

—08. Capt. 88th Inf. Bn. Canadian E.F., British E. Africa. 

Civil engineer and surveyor. 



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Hingston, George Wilfrid Jan., 1896— Dec, 1898 Orchard. 

s. of G. Hingston, Delgany House, Crown Hill R.S.O., Devon. 

b. Sept. 29, 1881. The Linggi Plantations, Bukit Nanas, 

Seremban, F.M.S. 
Jamieson, William Allan Melvill Jan., 1896— Dec., 1897 Brook. 

s. of the late Wt A. Jamieson, LL.D., M.D. b. Nov. 14, 1881. 

F.R.G.S. S.A. War, Thorneycroffs M.I. Great War, Cana- 
dian F.A., France. Comdr. of Danilo (Montenegro), Comdr. 

of Order Eqestre (San Marino). Special Representative in 

Europe of " The Montreal Star." Consul General in London for 

Republic of San Marmo. 17, Cockspur St., S.W.I. 
Lindner, Murray Jan., 1896 — Dec, 1899 Cross. 

s. of F. W. Lindner, The Hermitage, Solihull, b. Aug. 4, 1881. 

Lieut. R.N.V.R. 3/18. Ham Court, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. 
Lingen, Charles Clifford Jan., 1896 — July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of C. N. Lingen, J. P., Penlanole, ilhyader, Radnors. b. 

Nov. 26, 1881. d. Nov. 3, 1907. 
Longbotham, George Augustus Jan., 1896 — Apr., 1901 Hall. 

s. of R. H. Longbotham, 36, Murray Rd., Northwood. b. Apr. 

3. 1883. Lt. (/) R.G.A. 8/15; Capt. 9/19; France 1916. 

Mining and Mechanical engineer. 41, Station Rd., Doncaster. 
Patchett, Arthur Nesbitt Jan., 1896— Dec, 1897 Brook. 

s. of W. A. Patchett, The Woodlands, Bathwick Hill, Bath. 

b. Jan. 5, 1883. Went to Radley Coll. 2nd Lt. (*) R.A.S.C. 

12/14; Capt. 10/15; France 1915 — 19, Despatches twice, 

O.B.E. Killinardrish, Co. Cork. 
Stephen, Charles John Jan., 1896— July, 1898 Hall. 

s. of William, Stephen, Helenslea, Broughty Ferry, b. Dec. 17, 

1880. S.A. War, 1901—02, Medal. 14th Hussars. Lt. 1904. 
Res. of Off. Served with 14th Hussars 1914—15. d. Feb. 28, 1921. 

Swanwick, Reginald Jan., 1896— Dec, 1898 J.H.G. 

s. of E. M. Swanwick, M.D., Church Sq., West Hartlepool, b. 

Mar. 21, 1881. Corpl. N.Z. Med. Corps. 1914, Gallipoli 1915 

(Anzac Medal), Salonika, Egypt, France 1916 — 17. Farming. 

Waimata, Dargaville, N. Auckland, N.Z. 
Biggart, Arnold Samuel Longbotham 

Apr., 1896— Jul v, 1898 Orchard. 

s. of S. Biggart, M.D., West Hartlepool." b. Nov. 9, 1880. 

Edin. Univ., M.B., Ch.B. 1904. Lt. (t) R.A.M.C. 10/18; 

Salonika. Scarborough St., West Hartlepool. 
Brown, Cyril Alfred Apr., 1896— July, 1897 J.H.G. 

s. of J. A. Brown, Newlyn, St. Anne's-on-the-Sea. b. Nov. 29, 

1881. Durham Univ. L.Th. 1900. Lichfield Theol. Coll. 
T.C.F. 1915 ; France 1916—17. V. of St. Gregory the Great, 
1918. St. Gregory's Lodge, Small Heath, Birmingham. 

Brown, Allan Ward Apr., 1896— July, 1899 J.H.G. 

s. of T. H. Brown, Ashbourne, Haulgh, Bolton, b. Feb. 3, 

1882. 2nd Lt. R.F.A. (T.F.) 12/15; France and Germany 
1917 — 19. Ashbourne, Radcliffe Rd., Bolton. 

Buxton, Knyvet Upcher Apr., 1896 — Dec, 1899 Brook. 

s. of H. E. Buxton, O.R. b. May 27, 1882. F.XI. 1899. Norf. 
Regt. 1902. Indian Army, 19th Lancers. 2nd Lt. Killed at 
polo at Rawal Pindi, Dec. 14, 1905. 

Chance, Edgar Percival Apr., 1896 — July, 1896 Latham, 

s. of A. M. Chance, Lawnside, Edgbaston. b. Mar. 30, 1881. 
Manufacturing chemist. 3, Knightsbridge Mansions, S.W.3. 

Craven, Nigel De la Beche Fulwar Apr., 1896 — Dec, 1897 Cross, 
s. of Capt. Fulwar Craven, b. Nov. 6, 1881. Went to Sher- 
borne Sch. S.A. War, 2nd Gloucs. Regt., 1901 — 02. Lt. (/.), 
A.O.D. 2/15. 



188 FURNEAUX 1896 



Gibbins, Norman Martin Apr., 1896 — July, 1899 Cross, 

s. of J. G. Gibbins, 7, Chatsworth Rd.. Brighton, b. Oct. 15, 
1882. Sch. 1898. Pemb. Coll., Camb. Exh. 1900. B.A., 
12th Wrangler, 1903. M.A. 1909. Sen. Math. Master, Victoria 
Coll., Jersey 1907 — 12 ; Second Master, Central Foundation 
Boys' Sch. 1912. Inns of Court O.T.C. 2/15 ; 4th R. Dublin 
Fus., S.R. 4/15, Lt. 7/17 ; France 1916—17, Italy 1917—19. 
Headmaster, 1922, Central Foundation Boys' School, E.C.2, and 
69, Melrose Avenue, N.W.2. 

Hughes, Henry Kent Apr., 1896 — July, 1900 Priory, 

s. of Frederick Hughes, Wallfield, Reigate. b. Feb. 6, 1883. 
XL 1900. 1st Yorks. L.I. 1901. Capt. 1909. France 1914. 
K. in A., May 8, 1915. 

Knox, Hubert Apr., 1896— July, 1898 Hall, 

s. of F. Knox, Brittas Castle, Thurles, Ireland, b. Sept. 14, 
1881. Manchester Regt. 1900. S.A. War, 1900—02, Queen's 
Medal (3 Claspsf, King's Medal (2 Clasps). Capt. 1909. 
France 1914—16, Despatches. K. in A. at Flers, Oct. 13, 1916. 

Melville, Henry William Leslie Apr., 1896 — July, 1899 Mitre, 
s. of the late Rev. Canon Leslie Melville, b. June 9, 1881. 
Pemb. Coll., Camb. d. Aug. 26, 1915. 

Munson, Claude Sach Apr., 1896 — July, 1896 Orchard, 

s. of R. C. Munson, St. Peter's Lodge, Walpole, Wisbech, b. 
Aug. 2, 1881. Went to Uppingham Sch. Magd. Coll., Camb. 
Marine engineer. 5/. Peter's Lodge, Walpole, Wisbech. 

Robinson, Richard Gray Apr., 1896 — July, 1899 Hall, 

s. of Nicholas Robinson, Frankton Grange, Ellesmere. b. Sept. 
13, 1882. Ranching. Nut Mountain P.O., Wadena, Saskat- 
chewan, Canada. 

Searight, Trevor Prince Apr., 1896 — July, 1900 Priory, 

s. of James Searight, Jun., Bournemouth, b. May 3, 1882. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. 2nd Lt. (t) R.A.S.C. 9/14 ; Capt. 8/15 ; 
France 1914 — 16, Despatches. Aircraft Equipment Directo- 
rate 1917. Aeronautical and Automobile engineer. 29, 
Vauxhall Bdge. Rd,. S.W.I and Devonshire Club, St. James 
St., S.W.I. 

Slacke, Rory Cecil Apr., 1896 — Apr., 1899 Hall, 

s. of Sir Owen R. Slacke, C.B. b. Oct. 10, 1880. Clare Coll., 
Camb. 3rd E. Kent Regt. Aden, 1903 — 04, during operations 
in Interior. Sec. to Lord Ninian Crichton Stuart. Major ; 
France 1914 — 15, Despatches. K. in A., May 16, 1915. 

Tomlinson, Herbert Walter Apr., 1896 — July, 1900 Priory. 

s. of the late H. G. Tomlinson, O.R. b. Nov. 4, 1881. Macleod, 
Alberta, Canada. 

Tuke, Francis Edward Apr., 1896 — July, 1901 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. E. H. Tuke, Weston Lullingfield Vic, Baschurch. b. 
May 9, 1882. B.N.C., Ox. B.A. 1905. M.A. Leeds Clergy 
Sch. H.O. Pte. R.A.M.C. 1918—19. V. of Yarkhill and 
Weston Beggard 1919. Yarkhill Vic, Hereford. 

Waite-Browne, Henry Franklyn Apr., 1896— July, 1900 Orchard, 
s. of Edward Waite-Browne. b. Apr. 19, 1882. St. John's 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1903. Naval Divn., 2/15; Egypt and 
Western Front. Dir., Geographia Ltd., 55, Fleet Street, E.C.4. 

Archdale, Arthur Somerville Sept., 1896 — July, 1900 Cross, 

s. of the late F. Archdale, Baldock, Herts, b. Sept. 8, 1882. 
XL 1900. R.A. 1901. Officer, Company of Gentlemen Cadets, 
R.M.A. Woolwich 1909—13. France 1914—18, Despatches 
4 times, D.S.O., Croix de Guerre (Fr.). Staff College, Camberley 
1920; India 1922 ; Major 1916. c/o Cox & Co., 16, Charing 
Cross S.W.I. 



1896 FURNEAUX 189 



Archibald, Hubert Karl Sept., 1896— Mar., 1899 Mitre. 

s. of the late Sir W. F. A. Archibald, O.R. b. Jan. 11, 1883. 

Sec, " The McAll Mission in France." 2, The Crossways, 

Onslow Village, Guildford. 
Atkins, Reginald Plowman Sept., 1896— July, 1899 Brook. 

s. of E. R. Atkins, 49, Priory Rd., West Hampstead, N.W. 

b. May 12, 1883. Cattle ranching. 
Bell, William Montgomerie Sept., 1896— Apr., 1899 Hall. 

s. of A. M. Bell, South Newington, nr. Banbury, b. Nov. 14, 

1882. Exh. Home C.S. 5th PI. 1903. Inland Revenue 

Service 1903—09. B.D., London, 1911. Sci. Master, South- 
gate County Sch. 1916—19. H.O. 1910. On staff of St. 

Mary Abbots, Kensington, IV. 8. 
Chadwick, Bernard George Samuel Sept., 1896 — Feb., 1898 Mitre. 

s. of T. C. Chadwick, 43, Leinster Sq., Kensington Gardens, b. 

Sept. 10, 1882. Probate Registry, Somerset House. Rifleman, 

10th K.R.R.C. 6/16; France, d. Dec. 16, 1916. 
Clarkson, Samuel Sept., 1896 — Dec, 1896 Mitre. 

s. of the late Samuel Clarkson. b. Nov. 21, 1881. Late Lt., 

6th Batt. R. Sussex Imp. Yeo. d. Sept. 23, 1913. 
Deuchar, George Lindsay Sept., 1896— July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of the late D. Deuchar, Ardpeaton, Cove, Loch Long, N.B. 

b. June 30, 1882. Exh. Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. 1906. M.A. 

1909. H.O. Chap, and House master Magdalen Coll. Sch., 

Oxford 1910 — 20. Headmaster, 1920, Horton Sch., Ickwell 

Bury, Biggleswade. 
Freeth, Thomas Cecil Sept., 1896— July, 1898 Mitre. 

s. of the late Sir Evelyn Freeth. b. Aug. 22, 1881. 2nd Lt. 

(t) R.E. 2/15, Lt. 11/15—5/19; France. Electrical engineer. 

c/o General Electric Co., Magnet House, King sway, W.C.2, and 

16, Kemplay Rd., Hampstead, N.W. 3. 
Gould, Francis Hunt Sept., 1896— Apr., 1900 Cross. 

s. of Capt. L. P. Gould, Wolverdene, Andover. b. Oct. 16, 

1881. XL 1899. 1st Middx. Regt. 1903. Capt. France 
8/14. Accidentally killed June 6, 1915. 

Hamond, George Jervis Sept., 1896 — July, 1900 Brook. 

s. of Capt. R. N. Hamond, R.N b. Sept. 21, 1882. La Paz, 

Entre Rios, Argentine. 
Hounsfield, Reginald Edward Sept., 1896 — Dec, 1901 J.H.G. 

s. of T. Hounsfield, Cotleigh House, Hackenthorpe, Sheffield. 

b. Aug. 14, 1882. XL 1900, 01. F.XI. 1900. Farming. 

The Laurels, Peatling Parva, Rugby. 
Jupp, Gerald Leslie Sept., 1896 — Dec, 1901 Latham. 

s. of J. Jupp, Mowbray House, Great Malvern, b. Sept. 24, 

1882. Ranching. Fazenda, Bella Vista, Barretos, Sao Paulo, 
Brazil. 

Keith, Richard Alexander Lyonal Sept., 1896— July, 1901 Hall. 

s. of Col. J. Keith, D.S.O. b. Aug. 10, 1883. 3rd Seaforth 

Highlanders 1902. A.-D.-C. to Lord Lieutenant, Ireland 1908. 

Capt. Served with 2nd Bn., France 1914 ; Invalided out of 

army. Brenanstown House, Cabinteely, Co. Dublin. 
Lock, George Herbert Sept., 1896— Dec, 1897 Cross. 

s. of G. J. S. Lock, 17, Berners St., W. b. Oct. 25, 1882. 2nd 

Lt. (/) R.E. 1/16, Lt. 2/17 ; France 1917—19. Engineer. 

Asst. Manager, Mowlam & Co.'s Granite Works. 7, Union St., 

St. Peter's Port, Guernsey. 
Lucas, Christopher William ' Sept., 1896 — Dec, 1899 Hall. 

s. of the late T. Lucas, Northlands, Oxford, b. Oct. 26, 1882. 

2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 7/17. Architect and Surveyor. 20, Cork St., 



190 FURNEAUX 1896 



Bond St., W., and Huntwood House, Harpsden, Henley-on- 
Thames. 
Mankowski, Robert Conrad Sept., 1896— July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of the late Count C. Mankowski. b. June 25, 1882. R.A.C. 

Cirencester. Fruit farming. 186, Union Avenue, Saratoga, 

New York, U.S.A. 
Markham, Francis William Evelyn Sept., 1896 — Dec, 1896 Hall. 

s. of Capt. F. Markham, Morland, Penrith, b. Oct. 5, 1881. 
Mottram, Maurice John Sept., 1896— July, 1898 J.H.G. 

s. of A. Mottram, Heigham Hall, Norwich, b. Nov. 4, 1881. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1904. R.A.M.C. 1915—19, Capt. ; India 

1916 — 17, France 1917 — 19. Sibford Ferris, Banbury, Oxon. 
Ogilvie, Henry Sept., 1896 — July, 1903 Mitre. 

s. of George Ogilvie, Westlands, Broughty Ferry, N.B. b. 

Oct. 10, 1882. Exh. Woolwich Exam., 6th PI. 1900. King's 

Coll., Camb. B.A., Mech. Sci., 1903. A.M.I.E.E. Gunner, 

M.G. Sect., C.E.F. France 1915; Lt. (t) R.E. 5/17. Light 

Rlys., France 1917 — 19. Electrical engineer. 311, Moser 

Ryder Block, 101st St., Edmonton, Alta., Canada. 
Paice, Edward Sept., 1896 — July, 1901 Orchard. 

s. of E. Paice, Woodburn, Copers Cope Rd., Beckenham. b. 

Mar. 24, 1883. Exh. 1896. Sch. 1897. Merton Coll., Ox. 

B.A. 1906. M.A., B.C.L. 1909. Solicitor's Final Exam., 3rd 

Place, New Inn P., 1910. Pte., A.P.C. during War. 
Parkin, Anthony Deane Sept., 1896 — Dec, 1900 Brook. 

s. of the late Rev. D. D. Parkin, b. Nov. 19, 1882. XI. 1900. 

2nd Lt. (t) 16th Sherwood Foresters 6/15, Lt. 2/17 ; France 

1915 — 19, M.C. Borough Green, Kent. 
Pershouse, Robert Hudson Sept., 1896 — July, 1898 Latham. 

s. of E. Pershouse, Beach Lawn, Waterloo, Liverpool, b. Jan. 

15, 1882. Late Lt. Lanes. R.G.A. Mil. Lt. (t) R.F.A. 1916— 

19. Beach Lawn, Waterloo Liverpool. 
Rhodes, Hugh Sept., 1896 — Apr., 1900 Priory. 

s. of C. E. Rhodes, Lane End House, Rotherham. b. Mar. 14, 

1882. R.E. (T.F.) Lt. 1915; France 1915—19, Despatches 

4 times, M.C. Engineer. Whixley, York. 
Rigby, William Ashton Sept., 1896— Dec, 1898 Hall. 

s. of W. A. Rigby, Moorland House, Heswall. b. Feb. 26, 1882. 

Brewer. 
Scorer, Arthur Bruce Sept., 1896 — Dec, 1898 Orchard. 

s. of C. Scorer, Coombe Hurst, Lincoln, b. Oct. 16, 1881. 

M.I.M.E., A.M.I.E.E. Managing Dir., Meldrums Ltd., 

Timperley, Manchester. Coombe Lindum, Portland Rd., 

Bowdon, Cheshire. 
Sharp, Wilfred Sept., 1896— July, 1902 Brook. 

s. of T. W. Sharp, Blythswood South, Newcastle-on-Tyne. b. 

May 3, 1883. Shooting VIII., Capt. 1902. R.I.E.C. Coopers 

Hill. Sudan Irrigation Service, resigned 1909. F.C.C.U., 

Uruguay 1909—14. R.E. (T.F.) 11/14, Capt. 1915; Egypt 

1915 — 19, Despatches 3 times, O.B.E. Bt. Major. Blythswood 

South, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Smith, George Douglas Sept., 1896 — July, 1898 J.H.G. 

s. of A. Smith, The Manor House, Over Whitacre. b. Mar. 21, 

1881. Civil engineer. Colmore Chambers, 3, Newhall St., 

Birmingham. 
Wallis, Bertram Boyd Sept., 1896— July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of H. B. Wallis, Graylands, Horsham, b. Mar. 16, 1882. 

Sapper, I.W.T., R.E., France 1918 ; 2nd Lt. R.G.A,, S.R. 3/19. 

Duncan, Vancouver Island, B.C. 



1896 FURNEAUX 191 

Wenham, Godfrey Tomson Sept., 1896 — Feb., 1901 Mitre- 

s. of A. Wenham, 2, Redington Rd., Hampstead. b. Nov. 15, 
1882 

Whitehead, Claude Maguire Sept., 1896— July, 1900 Mitre, 

s. of P. Whitehead, Barton Pines, Paignton, b. Apr. 15, 1882. 
Clare Coll., Camb. Trooper, King Edward's Horse 191.4, 2nd 
Lt. (t) 9th R. Lane. Regt. 3/15, Capt. 1/17 ; France, Despatches 
twice, D.S.O., M.C. Barton Pines, Paignton, Devon. 

Whiteley, Arthur Fearfield Sept., 1896— Dec, 1898 Orchard. 

s. of W.A. Whiteley, Derwent House, Borrowash. b. Nov. 3, 

1881. Woolwich 5th PI. R.E., Lt. Died of enteric, at 
Govt. House, St. Lucia, W.I., Aug. 4, 1903. 

Wilson, Thomas Irving Ward Sept., 1896— July, 1901 Cross. 

s. of,T. W. Wilson, O.R. b. Jan. 5, 1883. Exh. Sch. 1898. 

G.D. Sch. 1900. Leaving Exh. King's Coll., Camb. Mi. Sch. 

Porson P. 1904. B.A., 1st CI. Class. Pt. I., 1904. M.A. 1908. 

Asst. Master, Repton Sch. 1908. Capt. (t) 21st Manch. Regt. 

1/15, France 1915—16, M.C. K. in A., Nov. 28, 1916. 
Briggs, Marriott Allan Jan., 1897-*-Dec, 1898 Mitre. 

s. of W. M. Briggs, The Grange, Maltby, Rotherham. b. Apr. 

12, 1882. Air mech., R.N.A.S. and R.A.F. during War. 

Electro-plate manufacturer. Daventry House, Everton, Bawtry, 

Yorks. 
Copestake, Ernest Goodall Jan., 1897— July, 1899 Orchard. 

s. of the late S. G. Goodall Copestake, O.R. b. Mar. 17, 1883. 

7th Cameronians (T.F.) 11/14, Capt. 11/17 ; Transfd. to R.A.O.C. 

1917, Gallipoli 1915, Egypt and Palestine 1916—17, France 

1918- — 19. Engineer, Loco. Dept. Caledonian Rly. 92, Lang- 
side Avenue, Glasgow, S. 
Gallagher, William Kilbride Jan., 1897— Apr., 1901 Latham. 

s. of J. Gallagher, Claremont, Maghull, Lanes, b. Nov. 10, 

1882. Ex. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1905. Master, Ex. Coll. Beagles 
1905. Wycliffe Hall 1906. M.A. 1908. R. of Barton-in- 
Fabis 1916—20. Wilford Rect., Nottingham. 

Hooley, Terah Franklin Jan., 1897— July, 1901 Cross. 

s. of E. Terah Hooley, Risley Hall, Derby, b. June 13, 1882. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. 
Lambert, Hugh Malet Jan., 1897— Apr., 1900 Latham. 

s. of Ven. Archd. Lambert, Wyke Holme, Bridlington, b. Feb. 

8, 1883. Chartered accountant. Mervyn, N. Ferriby, E. 

Yorks. 
Marshall, Hannath Arnold Jan., 1897 — July, 1902 Latham. 

s. of Rev. Canon E. T. Marshall, O.R. b. Aug. 20, 1883. Jesus 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1905. Ely Theol. Coll. 1907. V. of Clifton, 

Johannesburg 1913 ; R. of Ch. Ch. Fordsburg 1914 — 20 ; 

T.C.F. 1916—19 ; R. of Pilgrims Rest 1920. P.O. Box 28, 

Pilgrims Pest, Transvaal. 
Minchin, John Edward Jan., 1897— July, 1901 Cross. 

s. of J. B. Minchin, Terrilands, Pinner, b. Apr. 16, 1882. 

King's Coll., London. A.M.I.E.E. Electrical engineer. J. P., 

Kings Co. and Co. Tipperary. Thornvale, Cloughjordan, Co. 

Tipper ary . 
Morris, Alan Leslie Jan., 1897 — Apr., 1901 Cross. 

s. of F. R. Morris, Hill House, Gt. Missenden. b. July 5, 

1883. S. Wales Borderers 1903. LA. 1906, The Loyal Regt- 
France 1915, Mesopotamia 1917, Palestine 1918. Major 1918. 
c/o Thos. Cook & Co., Calcutta. 

Orr, Charles Adair Jan., 1897— July, 1900 Hall, 

s. of J. W. Orr, Wollaston, Wellingborough, b. Nov. 21, 1882, 
XL 1900, In Natal 1908—14. d. Oct. 5, 1920. 



192 FURNEAUX 1897 



Redmayne, John Barrett Jan., 1897 — Dec, 1898 Brook, 

s. of J. Redmayne. b. Dec. 6, 1881. Capt. 7th W. Yorks. Regt. 
(T.F.). Major 1916; France 4/15—4/16; Garrison duty, 
attd. 7th Northld. Fus., Egypt and Sudan 6/17—6/19, Des- 
patches, M.C., T.D. Stockbroker. 7, Lands Lane, Leeds, and 
50, Hartwood Rd., Southport. 

Reed, Robert Blackett Jan., 1897 — July, 1899 Brook. 

s. of M. Reed, Troughend, Boxted. b. Feb. 1883. M.B., 
B.S. Durh. 1906. R.A.M.C. (T.F.) Capt. 1915 ; India 1918— 
19, Afghan Campaign 1919. Retired 1920. Old Heath Cottage, 
Colchester. 

Rumbold, Thomas Arthur Jan., 1897— July, 1898 Hall. 

s. of T. H. Rumbold, Mill House, Holmwood, Surrey, b. Feb. 
28, 1882. R.E. (T.F.) Signals 1915, Lt. 1917 ; France 1917—18, 
Despatches. 2, Lincoln St., Chelsea, S.W.3. 

Thompson, John Jan., 1897— July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of J. Thompson, Beardwood Cliff, Blackburn, b. June 4, 
1882. 

Turner, George Reynolds Newsum Darnley 

Jan., 1897— July, 1900 Latham, 
s. of T. N. Turner, Dunstpad, Langley Mill. b. Aug. 5, 1883. 
33, Roland Gardens, S.W.7. 

Waterfall, Gilbert Cowley Jan., 1897— Dec, 1899 Mitre, 

s. of W. C. Waterfall, Kingfield House, Sharrow, Sheffield, 
b. Sept. 8, 1881. d. Dec. 27, 1914. 

Wild, Robert Powley Jan., 1897— Dec, 1901 Cross, 

s. of George Wild. b. Nov. 29, 1882. Diploma, Camborne 
Sch .of Mines 1906. F.G.S. 1920. Pte. R. Fus. 9/14 ; 2nd 
Lt., (t) 13th Glouc Regt. 5/15 ; Capt. (t) 16th R. West Surrey 
4/17. France 1915—16. A.I.M.M. Inspr. of Mines, Govt, 
of Gold Coast 1920. Mines Dept., Obuasi, Ashanti, and Ariel 
Lodge, Cheltenham. 

Adie, Ernest Edward Apr., 1897— Apr., 1898 J.H.G. 

s. of J. Adie, Rolandseck, Hagley Rd., Birmingham, b. May 
21, 1881. Late Capt. 1st Warwicks. R.G.A. Vol. Paper 
manufacturer. Rolandseck, Hagley Rd., Birmingham. 

Aitchison, John Charles Apr., 1897— Dec, 1899 Hall, 

s. of J. G. Aitchison 1, Beverley Terrace, Cullercoats, Northumb. 
b. July 23, 1881. F.XI. 1899. Solicitor. 18, Eldon Sq., and 
46, Grainger St. West, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Bailey, John Beswick Apr., 1897— July, 1900 Cross, 

s. of J. Bailey, b. Apr. 4, 1883. Major and 2nd in command, 
54th Canadian Inf. Bn. ; France 1916 — 19, Despatches twice, 
D.S.O. 1202, Georgia St. West, Vancouver, B.C. 

Barker, Frederic Allan Apr., 1897— July, 1900 Cross, 

s. of Rev. H. A. Barker, O.R., Sacombe Rect., Ware. b. Oct. 
17, 1882. Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Nat. Sci.. 1903. 
B.C. 1906. M.B. 1907. IMS. 1907. Major 1918. Egypt, 
Gallipoli, Sinai and Palestine 1914 — 20, Despatches, O.B.E. 
Reverted to Civil Employ, 1920, as Sen. Med. Officer, Andaman 
Islands, c/o King, King & Co., Bombay. 

Bishop, Cyril John Apr., 1897— Apr., 1901 Hall. 

s. of F. S. Bishop, Welwvn, Northwood, Middx. b. Apr. 11, 
1883. F.XI. I!)0(>. F.R.G.S, 2nd Lt. (t) 9th S. Lan. Regt. 
1/15, Lt. 7/17 ; France 1915. Geographical surveyor, Chiapas, 
Mexico, 1908 11 : N.W. Persia 1920 21 ; Govt. Survey, 
Palestine 1922. The Carlyle Club, •.'//, Piccadilly, W.l. 

Boyes, Frank Edgar Apr, L897— Apr., 1899 J.H.G. 

s. of F. A Boyes, Burnden House, Bolton, b. May 16, L883. 
Owen's CoP. /, Western Rd., Crediton, Devon. 



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Brett, Alfred Apr., 1897— July, 1901 Latham. 

s. of George Brett, Manchester, b. Nov. 20, 1882. Univ. 

Coll., Ox. B.A., 2nd CI. Jurisp., 1904. M.A. 1910. Clerk to 

the Wetherby local Tribunal 12/15—11/18; Chm. Local War 

Savings Cte. 1916 — 18. Solicitor. Wetherby, Yorks, and South 

Dene, Langcliffe Avenue E., Harrogate. 
Brooks, Alden Apr., 1897— Apr., 1900 Hall. 

s. of E. Brooks, Ashurst, Andover, Massachusetts, b. Feb. 8, 

1883. Harvard Univ. B.A. 1905. Introduced Assoc. Foot- 
ball at Harvard, and Captained team. Sous-Lt. 81st R.A.L. 

(French Army) 1917 — 18, Croix de Guerre with Silver Star. 

Author, " The Fighting Men," etc. Ancien PresbytSre, Grez- 

sur-Loing, Seine-et-Marne, France. 
Brymer, Walter Henry Apr., 1897— July, 1899 Brook. 

s. of W. S. Brymer, 13, Marlborough Buildings, Bath. b. Dec. 

8, 1883. Late Lt., 3rd Leics. Regt. S.A. War, 1902, Medal 

(2 Clasps). Tea planter. Sheen, Pundaluoya, Ceylon. 
Calvert, Keith Gordon Apr., 1897— July, 1900 Hall. 

s. of L. G. Calvert, b. Nov. 9, 1883. 18th County of London 

Yeo. T.F. 11/15, Lt. 7/17, attd. Middx. Regt, France, M.C. 
Chaplin, Arthur Apr., 1897— Apr., 1899 Mitre. 

s. of the late M. Chaplin, Etwall, Derby, b. June 4, 1882. 

L.S. Gunr., 13th C.F.A. 1915; Lt., 5th C.F.A. 1916; France 

1916—17. K. in A., on Somme, May 3, 1917. 
Curgenven, Gilbert Apr., 1897— July, 1901 Cross. 

s. of W. G. Curgenven, M.D., Derby, b. Dec. 1, 1882. XL 

1899. Capt. 1900, 01. F.XI. 1899, 1900. Trooper, West- 
minster Dragoons fl.F.) 8/14. Capt. 5/18. 
Dalgliesh, John Ewen Apr., 1897— July, 1899 Orchard. 

s. of the late W. H. Dalgliesh, Blackheath. b. July 3, 1882. 

On staff of Borneo Co., Ltd. d. Jan. 13, 1917. 
Eadon, Gerald Mitchell Apr., 1897— Apr., 1900 Mitre. 

s. of W. M. Eadon, The Red House, Tapton, Sheffield, b. Nov. 

11, 1882. Pte. R.A.S.C, M.T. 4/17; Mesopotamia 1917— 19. 

5, Broomfteld Road, Sheffield. 
Gibbs, Richard Howard Apr., 1897 — July, 1898 Latham. 

s. of R. R. Gibbs, Malvern House. Solihull, b. Nov. 11, 1882. 

Late Northants. Regt., resigned comm. in order to join Spanish 

Army as Vol. in Riff Campaign, Medal, Despatches. Appointed 

bv Bolivian Govt, to survey boundary between Bolivia and 

Peru 1910. d. May 25, 1911. 
Jackson, Thomas Hornsby Apr., 1897— July, 1900 J.H.G. 

s. of Hornsby Jackson, The Brownberries, Horsforth. b. May 

2, 1883. R.F.A. (T.F.) Gunr. 12/15, 2nd Lt. 2/18; France 

1917—19. C.E. Ashfield, Horsforth, Leeds. 
Jones, Walter Benton Apr., 1897— Apr., 1899 Hall. 

s. of Sir Frederick J. Jones, Bart., Irnham Hall, Grantham. 

b. Sept. 25, 1880. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1902. Whirlow 

Brook, nr. Sheffield. 
Mann, Horatio Gordon Apr., 1897— Dec, 1898 J.H.G. 

s. of Horace Mann, Conservative Club, S.W. b. Nov. 20, 1880. 

Lt. (/) L. North Lan. Regt. 9/14, Capt. 6th Bn. 3/15 ; Gallipoli. 

K. in A., at Dardanelles, Aug. 10, 1915. 
Miller, Joseph Harold Apr., 1897— Dec, 1900 J.H.G. 

s. of A. Miller, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton, b. Aug. 28, 1882. 

R.F.A. (T.F.) 1915—19, Lt. 10/17 ; France. Old Steam Mill, 

Wolverhampton. 
Nanson, Cuthbert Ridgway Apr., 1897— Dec, 1900 Cross. 

s. of the late W. Nanson, O.R. b. Feb. 3, 1883. Pte. 

16th London Regt. 1914; Malay States Vol. Rifles 1915. 

N 



194 FURNEAUX 1897 



Manager, rubber estate, c/o Dimlop Plantations Ltd., Malacca, 
Straits Settlements. 

Robinson, Cecil Albert Vyvyan- Apr., 1897— Dec, 1898 Priory. 
afterwards Vyvyan. s. of the late P. A. Vyvyan-Robinson, 
Pencisley, Cardiff, b. Apr. 2, 1883. R. Mon. Engineer Mil. 
Capt. 1913. R.E., S.R., France 1914—19. c/o A. C. Vyvyan- 
Robinson, Allangate, Rustington, Sussex. 

Savory, Hubert Dolobran Apr., 1897 — Apr., 1900 Latham. 

s. of Rev. E. LI. Savory, Palgrave Rect., Diss, Norfolk, b. 
Sept. 25, 1883. Oxford Yeo. (T.F.) 2/15, Lt. 6/16. Stock- 
broker. The Stock Exchange, E.C.2. 

Sidebottom, Arthur Lafntte Apr., 1897— July, 1902 Latham. 
s. of the late J. A. Sidebottom, Manor House, Hollingworth . 
b. Oct. 9, 1884. R.G.A. 1904. Great War, France, M.C. 
Capt. 1914. 1, Southsea Terrace, Southsea. 

Sltwell, Ralph Sacheverell Apr., 1897— July, 1901 Cross. 

s. of Rev. Canon D. W. Sitwell, The Vic, Leamington Hastings, 
Rugby, b. Apr. 5, 1883. Shooting VIII. 1901. Forestry, 
Dept., O.R.C. 1903 — 06. Trooper, Brands Horse, German 
S.W. Africa 1915 ; 2nd Lt. Derbys. Yeo. 1916—18. Farming. 
Leamington Hastings, Box 141, Kroonstad, O.F.S. 

Thomas, Guy Wolferstan Apr., 1897— Dec, 1897 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. J. S. Thomas, Marlborough, b. Sept. 13, 
1884. Poultry farming and gardening. The High House, 
Winchester. 

Williams, Raymond Carol Bridgewater 

Apr., 1897— July, 1900 Cross. 

s. of C. Bridgewater Williams, 81, Mount Ararat Rd., Richmond, 
Surrey, b. Oct. 15, 1882. 35th Sikhs, 1903. Great War, France 
1915, Egypt 1916, N.W. Frontier, India 1917, Despatches. 
Afghan War 1919. Major, 36th Sikhs 1917 ; Private Sec. 
H.E. The Govr. of Assam 1921. Governor's Camp, Assam, and 
c/o Alliance Bank of Simla, 40, Old Broad St., E.C.2. 

Wilson, Henry White Apr., 1897— Dec, 1898 Priory. 

s. of J. W. Wilson, Holmacre, 27, Park Crescent, Southport. 
b. Feb. 10, 1883. Cotton merchant and shipper. Bridgewater 
House, Whitworth St., Manchester, and The Cottage, St. Asaph, 
N. Wales. 

Wyatt, Arthur Thomas Elf ord Apr., 1897— July, 1901 Cross, 
s. of the late Rev. W. Wyatt, O.K. b. Feb. 11, 1883. Ex. 
Coll., Ox. 3rd Line Regt. 1903. Lt. France 8/14, Prisoner 
of War 9/14; exchanged as unfit 3/15. d. Feb. 19, 1917. 

Bayliss, Percival Samuel Sept., 1897— July, 1900 Hall. 

s. of S. Bayliss, Claregate, Tettenhall. b. Apr. 26, 1881. F.XI. 
1898, 99. XL 1899, 1900. 2nd Lt. (/) 6th S. Stai. Regt. 
9/14, Capt. 1916 ; France 1917—18, Brit. Mil. Mission, U.S.A. 
1918. Dir., Bayliss, Jones & Bayliss. San Simeon, Wolver- 
hampton. 

Boddington, Gilbert Sept., 1897— Dec, 1897 Hall. 

s. of W. S. Boddington, Monton House, Eccles. b. July 4, 1882. 

Burt, George Henry Sept., 1897— July, 1903 Latham. 

s. of the late Hon. S. Burt, Perth, W. Australia, b. Dec. 18, 
1883. Pastoralist. Yinnietharra, Upper Gascoyne, Carnarvon. 
W. Australia. 

Burt, Francis Sinclair Sept., 1897 — 'Mar., 1904 Latham. 

br. of the above, b. Feb. 15, 1885. Pastoralist. Gunr., F.A., 
A.I.F. 9/15 ; Lt., 13th Australian M.G.C. ; France 1917—18. 
K. in A., Apr. 24, 1918. 

Coke, Basil Elmsley Sept., 1897— July, 1900 Hall, 

s. of G. E. Coke, The Ropewalk, Nottingham, b. Feb. 24, 1884. 



1897 FURNEAUX 195, 



Exh. R.E. 1901. Brit. Adriatic Mission 12/15—4/16, France 
1916 — 19, Despatches 3 times, O.B.E., Order of St. Sava. 
Major, retired 1919. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1922. Army 
and Navy Club, Pall Mall, S.W.I. 
Davenport, Philip Henry , Sept., 1897— Dec, 1899 Cross, 

s. of G. Davenport, Foxlowe, Leek. b. Dec. 27, 1882. Killed 
by fall from his horse, Oct. 1902. 
Dillon, Edcvain Charles Barclay Sept., 1897 — Apr., 1899 Orchard. 
s. of C. H. Dillon, The Lodge, Malahide, Co. Dublin, b. Jan. 
10, 1883. 2nd Lt., 3rd R. Dublin Fus. 5/15, France. K. in A., 
Oct. 13, 1916. 
Eden, Charles Kenneth Page Sept., 1897— July, 1901 J.H.G. 
s. of Rev. C. P. Eden, Winwick Rect., Rugby, b. Jan. 10, 1884. 
B.Sc. Lond. Electrical engineer. Wanganui. N.Z. 
Elphinston, Thomas George Sept., 1897 — July, 1901 Mitre. 

s. of the late John Elphinston, I.C.S., Bombay, b. Aug. 7, 
1882. Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1904. Barrister, Pub. 
Prosecutor for Sind since 1917 ; Prosecutor for Govt, in case of 
" Ali Brothers " 1921. Newgate, Karachi, India. 
Exham, Lionel Arthur Sept., 1897— July, 1902 Orchard, 

s. of A. R. F. Exham, M.D., O.R. b. Mar. 3, 1883. Shooting 
VIII. 1901, 02. Selwyn Coll., Camb. B.A. 1905. R.N.W. 
Frontier Police, Canada. Trooper, 9th Alberta Dragoons, 
C.E.F. 9/14, France. Brooklyn House, Market Drayton, 
Salop. 
Game, Lennard Sept., 1897— Dec, 1901 Mitre, 

s. of J. A. Game, 2, Eastcheap, E.C. b. May 22, 1883. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. 1910. Lt. (<), R.A.M.C. 1915, Capt. 6/16. 
Greatorex, Heyrick Anthony Sept., 1897 — -July, 1901 Latham, 
s. of H. A. Greatorex, Stonehall, Great Canfield, Dunmow. b. 
Feb. 28, 1884. Inns of Court O.T.C. 1915—16 ; 2nd Lt. 5th 
Norfolk Regt. 9/16; Lt. 3/18; France 1917—18. Witton, 
Norwich. 
Harris, George Scott Sept., 1897— Apr., 1900 Hall. 

s. of the late Col. T. Harris, b. Apr. 17, 1883. XI. 1899. 
F.XI. 1899. c/o Findlay & Son, Moulmein, Burmah. 
Heathcott, Edwin Sept., 1897— Apr., 1901 Priory, 

s. of J. Heathcott, West Horderns, Chapel-en-le-Frith. b. 
Dec. 2, 1882. d. from result of motor cycle accident, May 6, 
1922. 
Hignett, Hugh Napier Sept., 1897— Apr., 1901 Hall, 

s. of T. H. Hignett, Shandon, Chester, b. Oct. 3, 1883. 5th 
Cheshire Regt. (T.F.) 8/14, Capt. 6/16 ; France, Despatches 
twice. Architect. Shandon, Chester. 
Holmes, Joseph Alan Sept., 1897 — Oct., 1898 Latham, 

s. of W. E. Holmes, 1, Dawson St., Dublin, b. Nov. 12, 1883. 
Went to Malvern Coll. - 
Hooker, William George Henslow Sept., 1897— Apr., 1902 Hall, 
s. of C. P. Hooker, Dollarwood House, Cirencester, b. June 16, 
1886. Trooper, B.S.A. Police 1907, discharged, medically 
unfit, 1913. Dollarwood, Cirencester. 
Ingram, Edward Francis Winnington- 

Sept., 1897— July, 1902 Hall, 

s. of the Ven. E. H. Winnington-Ingram, Cathedral Close, 
Hereford, b. July 1, 1883. Keble Coll., Ox. B.A. 1905. 
M.A. Wells Theol. Coll. 1906. Asst. Chap. S.A. Rly. Mission, 
Rhodesia 1914—19; V. of Ch. Ch. Notting Hill 1920—22. 
The Vicarage, Tenbury, Worcs. 
Kelly, Edward Hancock Sept., 1897 — Dec, 1899 Brook, 

s. of J. Kelly, Johannesburg, b. Mar. 9, 1884. 



196 FURNEAUX 1897 



KlUick, Thomas Denwood Sept., 1897 — July, 1901 Brook 

s. of T. W. Killick, SoutMeld, Bowdon, Cheshire, b. Mar. 20, 
1884. 4th S. Lan. Regt. (T.F.), Capt. 1916; France. 68, 
SackvilleSt., Manchester, and Big Tree House, Dunham Massey, 
Cheshire. 
Killick, William Myrtle Sept., 1897— July, 1901 Brook, 

br. of the above, b. Mar. 20, 1884. Late partner, Burt, 
Myrtle & Co., Batava, Java. Hankelow Court, Hankelow, 
Crewe. 
Lea-Wilson, Cuthbert Arthur Sept., 1897— July, 1902 Brook. 
s. of Rev. C. Lea-Wilson, Glen Willyn, Northwood. b. Sept. 
23, 1883. Trim Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1905. M.A. 
1909. Ridley Hall. H.O. C.M.S., Juba, White Nile, Sudan. 

Lewis, Edwin Sept., 1897— Dec, 1901 Cross, 

s. of R. W. Lewis, Penncroft, Wolverhampton, b. Nov. 21, 
1882. Shooting VIII. 1901. 6th S. Staff. Regt., Major 1916 ; 
France 1916—18. d. of w., Sept. 30, 1918. 

Linton, Hugh Sept., 1897— July, 1901 Mitre, 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Riverina, N.S.W. b. Nov. 17, 1882. 
Univ. Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1905. M.A. V. of 
Wilcannia, N.S.W. 1910—16; T.C.F. 1916—18; V. of Tocum- 
wal 1919 — 20 ; Sec, Austr. Bd. of Missions, and L. Pr. Dio. 
Sydney, 1920. 242, Pitt St., Sydney, N.S.W. 

Longbourne, Hugh Richard Sept., 1897— July, 1903 Hall. 

s. of C. R. V. Longbourne, Ripsley, Liphook, Hants, b. May 20, 
1884. XI. 1901, 02, 03. F.XI. 1901, 02. Capt., 3rd R. West 
Surrey Regt., S.R. 5/16 ; France 1916—17, Despatches, D.S.O. ; 
Silver Medal for Bravery (Montenegro). K. in A., May 3, 1917. 

Lovatt, Gerald Douglas Wilson Sept., 1897 — Apr., 1901' Cross. 
s. of T. W. Lovatt, Wightwick House, Wolverhampton, b. Feb. 
20, 1883. F.XI. 1899. Capt. 1900. Trooper Lovat's Scouts 
8/14 ; 1st Sta t. Yeo. (T.F.) 3/15, Lt. 6/16, Egypt and Pales- 
tine 1915 — 19, Despatches. Headbourneworth, Winchester. 

Lucas, Eustace Owen Sept., 1897 — Apr., 1901 Priory. 

s. of H. O. Lucas, Brooklands, Collingham, Newark, b. Nov. 
26, 1884. Corpl. 12th Bn. Inf., A.I.F. 1916—19; France. 
Orcharding. Kayena P.O., West Tamar, Tasmania. 

Mann, Nugent Henry Sept., 1897 — July, 1901 J.H.G. 

s. of Horace Mann, Conservative Club, S.W. b. Oct. 30, 1882. 
Rubber planting. Namoe Oengas, Tandjong Poera, Sumatra. 

Messiter, Arthur Arden Hyde Sept., 1897 — July, 1901 Mitre, 
s. of the late M. A. Messiter, O.R. b. Nov. 26, 1882. New 
Coll., Ox. B.A., 4th CI. Theol., 1905. Cuddesdon Theol. 
Coll. M.A. 1909. V. of Kingswinford 1913 ; with Y.M.C.A. 
in France, 1917 — 18. St. Mary's Vic, Kingswinford, Dudley. 

Nicholson, Francis Lothian Sept., 1897 — July, 1902 Priory, 
s. of Gen. Sir Lothian Nicholson, K.C.B., R.E. b. Jan. 16, 
1884. Exh. Reward Exh. 1901. R.W. Surrey Regt. 1903. 
LA. 1905. Major, 37th P.W.O. Dogras. Mesopotamia 1915 — 
19, Despatches 4 times, D.S.O., M.C. ; Afghan War 1919, Bt. 
Lt.-Col. 1921. c/o King, King & Co., Bombay. 

Nin, Nai Sept., 1897— July, 1898 Home B. 

s. of Luang Chammi Konlakarn, Bangkok, b. June 1, 1880. 
Marine Dept., Siamese Govt. Bangkok, Siam. 

Nodder, John Reginald Bourne Sept., 1897— Apr., 1901 Mitre, 
s. of Rev. J. B. Nodder, O.R. b. Sept. 27, 1883. Poultry far- 
mer and expert. Grasmere Farm, Sutton-on-Trent, Newark. 

Owen, Gerald Campbell Sept., 1897— June, 1900 Cross. 

s. of C. M. Owen, LL.D., Shandon Court, Caterham Valley, 
b. Apr. 12, 1882. Trim Hall, Camb. B.A. 1903. LL.B. 1905. 



1897 FURNEAUX 197 



2nd Lt. (t) R. Scots. Fus. 12/15, Capt. 3/18. India 1916, 

Mesopotamia 1917. Solicitor. Shandon, Caterham Valley, 

Surrey. 
Raven, William John Sept., 1897 — July, 1901 Orchard. 

s. of W. Raven, Leicester, b. Nov. 3, 1883. Parrockwood, 

Coleman's Hatch, Sussex. 
Redman, Robert Percy Sept., 1897 — Apr., 1901 Latham. 

s. of T. E. Redman, J. P., The Knoll, Shawford, Winchester. 

b. Nov. 2, 1882. Lt. {t) R.A.S.C. 1915, Capt. 1916; France 

1916, 1917 — 19. Company Dir. Congresbury House, Calne, 

Wilts. 
Rhodes, Stephen Sept., 1897— Apr., 1903 Priory. 

s. of the late C. E. Rhodes, Lane End House, Rotherham. b. 

July 5, 1885. 5th York and Lane. Regt. (T.F.). 1903, Major 

2nd i/c 9th L'pool Regt. 1916 ; O.C. 5th York and Lan. Regt. 

1917—19; France 1915—19, Despatches 3 times, D.S.O. T.D. 

Lt.-Col. commanding 5th York and Lan. Regt. T.A. 1920. 

Engineer. Oaklands, Whixley, York. 
Robinson, Hugh Vyvyan- Sept., 1897— July, 1899 Priory. 

s. of the late P. A. Vyvyan-Robincon, Pencisley, Cardiff, b. 

Sept. 27, 1884. Capt. Glamorgan R.G.A. (T.F.), retd. 1914. 

Recruiting officer 1915. 1, Deri Rd., Roath, Cardiff. 
Scorer, Eric West Sept., 1897— July, 1901 Orchard. 

s. of C. Scorer, Coombe Hurst, Lincoln, b. Nov. 3, 1882. 

Solicitor. Clerk of the peace, Lindsey Div. of Lines., and Clerk, 

Lindsey County Council. 11, Lindum Terrace, Lincoln. 
Sheepshanks, Robert Sept., 1897— June, 1902 < ; Hall. 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Norwich, b. Sept. 17, 1883. Shooting 

VIIL, Capt. 1901. Keble Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1905. 

Boxing Blue, Middleweight, 1905. Athl. Blue 1906. 
Thongsook, Nai Sept. ,?1897— July, 1898 Home B. 

s. of Luang Chammi Konlakarn, Bangkok, b. Dec. 18, 1878. 

Marine Dept., Siamese Govt. Bangkok, Siam. 
Tomllnson, Alfred Gordon Sept., 1897 — Dec, 1903 Priory. 

s. of the late H. G. Tomlinson, O.R. b. Mar. 1, 1884. Basrah, 

Persian Gulf, vid Bombay. 
Underhill, William Annesley Sept., 1897— June, 1901 J.H.G. 

s. of W. H. Underhill, Wheatstone Park, Codsall, Wolverhamp- 
ton, b. Oct. 20, 1882. 3rd Worcs. Regt. 1904. Capt. France 

8/14, Despatches. K. in A., Oct. 21, 1914. 
Vicary, Norman Cooper Sept., 1897 — Dec, 1898 Priory. 

s. of R. Vicary, Churchills, Newton Abbot, b. Aug. 3, 1882. 

Churchills, Newton Abbot, S. Devon. 
Walker, Ernest Elliot Sept., 1897— July, 1902 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. Canon J. Walker, b. Jan. 12, 1883. Trin. Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1905. H.O. Inc. of Kerrobert, Sask. 1915, 

Oxbow 1917 — 19. Newbrough, Fourstones-on-Tyne. 
Williamson, James Walker-Morison Sept., 1897 — Jul>, 1899 Hall. 

s. of John Williamson, Greenock, b. July 4, 1881. Edin. 

Univ. M.A. 1904. H.O., Ch. of Scotland, 1910. T.C.F. 

1916 — 18. Minister of Pitsligo. Manse of Pitsligo, Rosehearty, 

Aberdeenshire. 
Binns, Cuthbert Charles Harber Jan., 1898— Dec, 1901 Hall. 

s. of G. J. Binns, Duffield House, Duffield. b. Mar. 3, 1884. 

Sch. 1899. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. M.B. 1904. B.A., 

3rd CI. Nat. Sci., 1905. M.A. M.R.C.S. L.R.C.P. 1909. 

M.O., Post Office. 34, Humberstone Rd., Leicester. 
Bloomer, Alfred Charles Jan., 1898 — Dec, 1903 Hall. 

s. of the late C. E. Bloomer, 37, Emperor's Gate, S.W. b. Apr. 8, 

1885. Motor engineer. Brantwood, Moore, Warrington. 



198 FURNEAUX 1898 

Clifford, Horace Montague Jan., 1898 — July, 1899 Priory. 

s. of R. Sutton Clifford, 45, Full St., Derby, b. Apr. 30, 1882. 
Late Capt., 5th Sherwood Foresters. Rejoined 10/14, France 
1917 — 18. Solicitor. The Lawn, Chellaston, Derby. 

Dibb, Arthur Lawrence Jan., 1898 — Jan., 1900 Latham. 

s. of A. K. Dibb, Kirk Ella, Hull. b. Jan. 1, 1884. S.A. War, 
1901—02, 3rd W. Riding Regt. 4th Line. Regt. (T.F.) 11/15/ 
Lt. 7/17. Hull Brewery Co., Ltd., Silvester St., Hull, and 
Hornsea, E. Yorks. 

Gordon, Reginald George Stanier Jan., 1898 — July, 1900 Hall. 
s. of G. H. Gordon, Wincombe Park, Shaftesbury, b. Sept. 17, 
1883. Dorset Yeo. (T.F.) Major 1916; Gallipoli, Egypt, 
Palestine and Syria, Despatches, M.C. J. P., Dorset. M.F.H. 
(South Dorset) 1920. Charlton Marshall House, Bland ford, 
Dorset. 

Hamond, Philip Jan., 1898 — Apr , 1900 Brook. 

s. of C. A. Hamond, Twyford Hall, E. Dereham, b. May 1, 

1883. 2nd Norf. Regt. 1902. S.A. War, 1901—02, severely 
wounded. Despatches, Medal (3 Clasps), D.S.O. Rejoined 
Norfolk Regt. 1914—18, attd. Tank Corps 1917; France 
1914- 17, Despatches 4 times, Bar to D.S.O.. M.C. Major, 
Kes. of Oil. Morston Hall, Blaheney, Norfolk. 

Hanson, Frank Stephen Jan., 1898 — Dec, 1902 Orchard, 

s. of R. G. Hanson, Cloverlands, Kimberley, Notts, b. Jan. 12, 

1884. Shooting VIII. 1901, 02. Capt. 7th R. Warwick Regt 
(T.F.). O.C. 8th R. Warwick Regt. 3/17-6/18; France and 
Italy 1915—18, Despatches, D.S.O., M.C. Lt.-Col. T.F. Res. 
Fillongley Grange, nr. Coventry. 

Hod son, Richard Edward Jan., 1898 — Apr., 1900 Priory. 

s. of G. Hodson, Regent House, Loughborough, b. Nov. 12, 

1884. Engineer, d. June 10, 1917. 

King, Robert Arthur Jan., 1898— Dec, 1901 Orchard. 

s. of J. B. King, New Hall, Neston, Cheshire, b. Aug. 9, 1883. 

F.XI. 1900, 01. State Fire Insurance Co., Liverpool. R. Agric. 

Coll., Cirencester. 
Melville, Malcolm Alexander Leslie Jan., 1898 — Apr., 1902 Brook. 

s. of Rev. Canon Leslie Melville, b. Dec. 11, 1882. Welboum, 

Somenos P.O., Vancouver, B.C. 
Musker, Percy Jan., 1898 — Dec, 1902 Cross. 

s. of J. Musker, Shadwell Court, Thetford, Norfolk, b. June 13, 

1883. F.XI. 1900, 01, Capt. 1902. XI. 1901, 02. Norfolk 

Yeo. (T.F.) 10/14, Capt. 1916 ; R.F.C. 1916. Wing Adj., France 

1918. Roudham Hall, Attleborough, Norfolk. 
Page, Harold Aston Jan., 1898— Dec, 1899 Hall. 

s. of S. W. Page, Penn House, Wolverhampton, b. Jan. 31, 

1883. 6th S. Staff. Regt. (T.F.) ; Capt. 6/16 ; seed. R.F.C. 

1917; Capt. R.A.F., Kite Balloon Offr. 4/18; France and 

Egypt 1915 — 18. Solicitor. Penn House, nr. Wolverhampton. 
Pratt-Barlow, Frederick Holden Jan., 1898— Dec, 1900. Hall. 

s. of A. Pratt-Barlow, West Bridgford, Notts, b. May 20, 1882. 

XI. 1900. S.A. War, Paget's Horse and Lt., 4th Regt. Imp. 

Yeo. Died at Lindley, O.R.C., of enteric, Feb. 26, 1902. 
Rees, George Marlin Treharne Jan., 1898 — July, 1904 Priory. 

s. of J. Treharne Recs, Blaen-y-pant, Newport, b. Dec. 15, 

1885. Shooting VIII. 1901, 03. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 
1908. A.M.Inst.C.E. Sub. Lieut. R.N.V.R. 6/15, Lieut.- 
Comdr. 4/17, Maj. R.A.F. 4/18. Star! work at Admiralty on 
hydrogen production 1915—19. O.B.E. 5/. Stephen's Club, 
Westminster, S.W.I. 



1898 FURNEAUX 199 



Shipton, William Jan., 1898 — July, 1902 Cross, 

s. of A. Shipton, O.R. b. Jan. 15, 1884. 1st Agg. P. 1902. 
Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1905. M.R.C.S.. L.R.C.P. 1910. 
M.B. B.Ch. 1911. M.D. 1919. Capt. R.A.M.C. 1915—19, 
Egypt, Palestine, France. 2, The Square, Buxton. 

Smith, Stanley Alwyn Jan., 1898 — Dec, 1899 Cross, 

s. of the late Col. T. J. Smith, V.D. b. Nov. 12, 1882. M.B., 
Ch.B. Edin. 1905 ; M.D. 1908 ; Ch.M., F.R.C.S. 1911. Capt. 
Canadian A.M.C. 8/14, Major 3/16 ; Transferred to R.A.M.C. 
1917 ; France 1915, Despatches twice, O.B.E., D.S.O. 80, 
Cathedral Rd., Cardiff. 

Thornhill, Arthur Buckingham Jan., 1898 — July, 1901 Hall. 
s. of Rev. A. F. Thornhill, Rotherneld Rect., Tunbridge Wells, 
b. Julv 27, 1882. Hert. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1905. M.A. 1908. 
Asst. Chap., St. John's Cathedral, Hong Kong 1908 ; V. of 
St. Nathaniel's, Piatt Bridge 1912 ; V. of St. Mary, Wavertree 
1916 ; V. of St. Mary, Ashton 1918 — 20. Holy Trinity Vic, 
Southport. 

Bryant, George Herbert Apr., 1898 — Apr., 1902 Mitre, 

s. of A. C. Bryant, b. July 14, 1883. Gunr. R.F.A. 1915, 
2ndLt. R.F.A., S.R. 5/16, Major; France 1916 — 19, Despatches, 
O.B.E., M.C. Wellington Club, S.W.I, and Estancia El Chanar, 
Villa Valeria, F.C.P. Argentina. 

Brymer, Cecil Frederick Apr., 1898 — July, 1899 Brook. 

s. of W. S. Brymer, 13, Marlborough Buildings, Bath. b. Nov. 
9, 1884. Late Lt. 4th Somerset L.I. 2nd Lt. (/) 1st P.S. Bn. 
18th R. Fus. 10/14, resigned through ill-health, 3/15 ; Pte. 3rd 
Coldstream Gds. 1915; France 1916, 1918; d. from effect of 
ill-treatment while Prisoner of War, June 13, 1921. 

Campbell, Torquil Lome Apr., 1898 — July, 1898 Hall. 

s. of Col. Campbell, Inverneill, Ardrishaig, Argyll, b. Apr. 6. 
1885. Went to Rugby. Farmed in Cape Colony. Trooper, 
Mtd. Rifles, Lt. Hay Commando, German S.W. Africa 1914, 15 ; 
2nd Lt. 8th Arg. and Suthd. Highrs. (T.F.) 9/16 ; France 1/17. 
K. in A., Mar. 1, 1917. 

Edmunds, Charles Vincent Apr., 1898 — July, 1902 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. C. Edmunds, b. June 21, 1883. Selwyn Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1905. Pte. 5th Essex Regt. (T.F.) 9/14 ; 2nd 
Lt. 3/15 ; Egypt and Palestine ; K. in A., near Gaza, Mar. 26, 
1917. 

Game, Norman Apr., 1898 — July, 1902 Mitre, 

s. of J. A. Game, 2, Eastcheap, E.C. b. Oct. 26, 1884. 

Grange, George Rochfort Apr., 1898 — July, 1902 Brook, 

s. of W. D. Grange, M.D., Harrogate, b. Aug. 6, 1884. B.Sc, 
Glasgow, 1907. R.E. (T.F.), 4th Corps and 19th Div. Signal 
Coy.; France 1914— 19, Despatches 3 times, D.S.O., M.C. Lt. 
Col., retired. Engineer. Glenmiln, Campsie Glen", Stirlingshire. 

Jones, Charles Frederick Ward Apr., 1898— Apr., 1902 Hall. 
s. of Sir Frederick J. Jones, Bart., Irnham Hall, Grantham, 
b. Jan. 7, 1884. 14th Regt. Australian Light Horse, 1914—19, 
Lt. 1918. Harness Grove, Worksop, Notts. 

Jupp, Hugh Fleming Apr., 1898 — July, 1903 Latham, 

s. of the late J. Jupp, Mowbray House, Great Malvern, b. 
Sept. 2, 1884. Shooting VIII. 1902, 03. Ranching in Argen- 
tina till 1914. R.F.A., S.R. 4/15, Lt. 7/17 ; France 1915—17, 
Equipment Oflr., R.A.F. 1917—19. c\o Mrs. J. Jupp, 33, 
Windsor Court, Bayswater, W.2. 

Liepmann, Henry Martin Apr., 1898 — July, 1901 Orchard, 

afterwards Leapman. s. of L. G. Liepmann, Westdale 
Lodge, Gedling, Notts, b. Mar. 14, 1883. W.I. Regt. 1902. 



200 FURNEAUX 1898 



2nd Chcsh. Kegt. 1903. I. A. 1905. 13th Rajputs. France 

1915, Gallipoli 1915, Mesopotamia 1917—18. D.A.Q.M.G. 

2nd Divn. Afghanistan 1919. Major 1917. c/o Cox & Co., 16, 

Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Marshall, Arthur Paterson Apr., 1898 — July, 1901 Latham. 

s. of Rev. Canon E. T. Marshall, O.R. b. Sept. 25, 1884. 

F.M.S. Civil Service 1903—06. Rubber planting, 1907—16 

Anglo Malay Rubber Co., Ltd. ; 1917—20 Hamilton Estate, 

Seremban, F.M.S. ; 1920—22 Bukit Selemban Estate, Kedah. 

2, Old Town, Stratford-on-Avon. 
Nock, Harry Apr., 1898— Dec, 1901 Hall. 

s. of the late B. B. Nock, Horsehills, Wolverhampton. b. Apr. 

30, 1883. Surveyor and estate agent. 106, Richmond Rd., 

W olverhatnpton. 
Paul, Robert Joshua Apr., 1898— Dec, 1900 Brook. 

succeeded father as 6th Bart. 1912. s. of the late Sir W. J. 

Paul, Bart. b. June 6, 1883. Trin. Coll., Camb. Late Irri- 
gation Dept., Cairo. Motor cycle dispatch rider 8/14, France; 

R.F.C. 1/15, Egypt ; attd. Aviation Maritime Francaise, 5/15, 

Syrian Coast; prisoner of war, 10/15; Despatches, Croix de 

Guerre. Ballyglan, Waterford. 
Phillips, Frederick Gordon Apr., 1898— July, 1901 Latham. 

s. of F. Phillips. Nant Coch, Newport, b. Mar. 13, 1884. Late 

R. Mon. R.E. Mil. Welsh Hockey Internat. 1908, 09, and in 

Olympic Games. 1st Mon. Regt. (T.F.) 10/14, Major 6/16 ; 

A/Lt.-Col. 10/18; France 1917—19, Despatches. Tutshtll 

Lodge Chepstow. 
Pudsey, Fawcett Apr., 1898— Dec, 1899 Priory. 

s. of Col. H. F. Pudsey, J. P., The Hall, Sutton-on-Hull, E. 

Yorks. b. Oct. 21, 1882. Engineer, British Guiana Civil 

Service. Georgetown, British Guiana. 
Pym, Joseph Percy Radford Apr., 18.*8— Dec, 1899 Orchard. 

s. of J. Pym, Blackbrook House, Belper. b. Jan. 4, 1883. 

R.N.A.S., invalided out. Solicitor. Westmount, Amber gate , 

Derbys. 
Rutherford, Edward James Young Apr., 1898 — Apr., 1902 Cross. 

s. of J. A. Rutherford, White Oak, Highclere Park, Newbury. 

b. Sept. 2, 1883. F.S. 2nd Lt. (*) R.A.S.C. 9/14, Capt. 8/16 ; 

France 1915. White Oak, Highclere Park, Newbury. 
Toller, Reginald Apr., 1898— Apr., 1901 J.H.G. 

s. of the late R. S. Toller, Mayfield, Stoneygate, Locester 

b. Apr. 18, 1883. Engineering, c/o Luke Turnet & Co., 

Peterborough. 
Twlgg, Walter Hanbury Apr., 1898— July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of H. Twigg, Weeping Cross, Stafford, b. May 6 I *83. XI . 

1901, 02. F.XI. 1900, 01. King's Coll., Lond English 

Hockey Internat. 1909 — 10. Electrical engineer. "Walton 

Rise, Stafford. 
Underhill, Eric Owen Apr., 1898— Dec, 1903 J.H.G. & Priory. 

s. of W. H. Underhill, 5, Park Dale, Wolverhampton, b. Oct. 

28, 1884. 1st Worcs. Regt. Empld. with 4th R. West Surrey 

Regt., France, M.C. Capt. 1915. c/o Cox ft Co., 16, Charing 

Cross, S.W.I. 
Wyley, Francis John Apr., 1898— July, 1901 Priory. 

s. of J. H. Wyley, Beara Court, Highampton. b. May 24, 1883. 

S.A. War, 1902, Medal (3 Clasps). K.O. Y.L.I. 1903. Bde. 

Major, France 1914—15. K. in A., April 23, 1915. 
Wyley, Donald Henry Fitz Thomas Apr., 1898— Dec, 1898 Priory. 

br. of the above, b. Apr. 7, 1887. R.F.A. (T.F). Capt. 

6/16 ; France, Despatches 3 times, O.B.E., M.C. 



1 898 FURNEAUX 201 



Abell, Nelson Sept., 1898— Apr., 1902 Mitre. 

s. of the late G. E. Abell, J. P., Grafton Manor, Bromsgrove. b. 

Mar. 23, 1884. Ranching in Argentina till 1914. 2nd Lt. {t) 

R.F.A. 2/15, Capt. 9/17; France, Despatches, M.C. Foxcote 

Manor, Andoversford, Glos, 
Aldous, Arnold Chevallier Sept., 1898 — July, 1902 Cross. 

s. of Rev. J.C. P. Aldous, O.R. b. Aug. 21, 1883. Exh. Sch. 

1899. Jesus Coll., Camb. Sch. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1904. 

Farmed in Canada, d. Feb. 25, 1911. 
.Burnett-Stuart, Gilbert Robertson Sept., 1898 — Dec, 1901 Hall. 

s. of E. R. Burnett-Stuart, Crichie House, Mintlaw, N.B. b. 

Mar. 2, 1885. R.F.A. 1903. France (with 4th Division) 1914 

— 19, Despatches twice, D.S.O. Major 1916. Manor Farm, 

Danbury, Essex. 
Chase, Cyril Francis Sept., 1898 — July, 1903 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. C. H. Chase, Old Croft, Shalford. b. Mav 13, 1884. 

Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1906. H.O. R. of 

Balcarres, Sask. 1913—19. V. of Woolston 1922. The Vic, 

Woolston, Hants. 
Clarke, Harold Everitt Sept., 1898— July, 1902 Mitre. 

s. of W. Clarke, Wychall, Kings Norton, b. Nov. 30, 1883. 

Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A. 1905. M.A. 1909. Late joint Head- 
master of Charters Towers, E. Grinstead. R.G.A. (T.F. ) 

9/16 ; Lt. 6/18 ; France 1916 — 19, Despatches. 
Cobbold, Charles Richard Alexander 

Sept., 1898 — July, 1901 Latham. 

s. of C. H. Cobbold, O.R. b. June 27, 1884. d. June 22, 

1908. 
Coote, Charles Chenevix Sept., 1898 — Dec, 1901 Brook. 

s. of the late Sir Algernon Coote, 12th Bart. b. Sept. 11, 1884. 

1, Grosvenor Villas, Jesmond, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Deuchar, Norman Douglas Sept., 1898 — Dec, 1901 Hall. 

s. of D. Deuchar, Ardpeaton, Cove, Loch Long, N.B. b. June 

11, 1884. Edin. Univ. 1902—3. Author, " The Fool next 

Door," " A Halfway House." Rowan Tree Cottage, 122, 

Wilbury Rd., Letchworth. 
Dowson, Sydney Houghton Sept., 1898 — July, 1903 Cross. 

s. of F. W. Dowson, East End, West Meon, Petersfield. b. Aug. 

6, 1884. Ball. Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1906. 2nd Lt. 

(t) 1st R. Warwick Regt. Lt. 7/16; France 1915—18, M.C. 

East End, West Meon, Petersfield. 
Draper, Mark Denman Sept., 1898— July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of Rev. W. H. Draper, b. Dec. 15, 1884. Exh. Actor. 

2nd Lt. R.F.C. 1916. Killed while flying in England, Feb. 

2, 1917. 

Elphinston, John William Robert Sept., 1898 — July, 1901 Mitre, 
s. of the late John Elphinston, I.C.S., Bombay, b. June 28, 
1884. Late rubber planter in F.M.S. Pte. 16th Canadian 
Scottish, C.E.F., France 1914 — 16. Stock Exchange. Glack, 
Upper Deal, Kent. 

Gurney, Christopher Richard Sept., 1898 — -Dec, 1902 Brook, 

s. of R. H. J. Gurnev, Northrepps Hall, Norwich, b. Sept. 6, 
1884. Trin. Coll., 'Camb. B.A. 1910. R.E., S.R. Capt. 
1917 ; France 1914 — 17, India, Persia and Afghan Frontier 
1917 — 19, Despatches. Merchant. Strachan, Gurney and 
Co., Ltd., 4, Queen Victoria St., E.C.2, and 57, Courtfield Gdns., 
S.W.5. 

Hallam, Martin Sept., 1898 — Dec, 1900 Orchard. 

s. of A. Hallam, Oak Hill, Parker's Rd., Sheffield, b. Mar. 23, 
1884. L.R.C.P. 1908. M.R.C.S. 1909. Lt. (t) R.A.M.C. 



202 FURNEAUX 1898 



12/14, Capt. 1915. France and Italy 1915—19. Lees Lodge, 

Y aiding, Kent. 
Hare, Francis Sept., 1898 — Apr., 1900 Latham. 

s. of Col. R. C. Hare, C.B. b. Mar. 15, 1884. R.I.E.C. Coopers 

Hill. d. Oct 2, 1906. 
Hay, Gilbert Burton Sept., 1898 — July, 1901 Priory. 

s. of C. H. G. Hay, 101, Norfolk St., Sheffield, b. Mar. 20, 1884. 

West Africa 1912; served with Cameroon E.F. 1914—15; 

Lt. E. Riding Yeo., invalided out 1916. c/o Cox & Co., {J. 

Branch), 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Hopper, Harold Stephenson Sept., 1898 — July, 1902 Brook. 

s. of J. Hopper, Kelleythorpe, Driffield, b. May 8, 1884. 

Shooting VIII. 1901, 02. Farmer, d. Oct. 20, 1918. 
Lloyd, Charles Geoffrey Sept., 1898 — July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Swansea, b. Mar. 12, 1884. S.S. Coll., 

Camb. Essex Regt. 1904. I.A. (S. and T. Corps.) 1912; 

Great War, Despatches, C.I.E., M.C. Maior 1919. Bath 

Club, 34, Dover St., W.l, and c/o Cox & Co., 16. Charing Cross. 

S.W.I. 
Lowson, Kenneth John Gordon Sept., 1898 — July, 1899 Brook. 

s. of D. Lowson, Hull. b. Mar. 6, 1885. Gonv. and Caius 

Coll., Camb. Exh. 1903. Solicitor. 16, Bowlalley Lane, 

Hull. 
Masefield, William Gordon Sept., 1898— Apr., 1902 Hall. 

9. of J. R. B. Masefield, Rose Hill, Cheadle. b. Aur. 11, 1885. 

M.R.CS, LR.C.P. 1911. Lt. (t) R.A.M.C. 8/17, Capt. 1918, 

France 1917—19. Sen. A.M.O. and Dep. Med. Supt., Essex 

County Mental Hosp. Severalls, Colchester. 
Messlter, Cyril Cassan Sept., 1898 — Tuly, 1902 Mitre. 

s. of the late M. A. Messiter, O.R. b. May 24, 1884. Gonv. 

and Caius Coll., Camb. M.B., Pt. I. 1904. B.A. 1906. M.A. 

1912. M.R.C.S., LR.C.P. 1913. Capt. R.A.M.C, T.F. Res. 

1915 — 17. 3, Ednam Rd., Dudley, Worcs. 
Mitchell, Archibald Robertson Sept., 1898 — Julv, 1902 Cross. 

s. of A. D. Mitchell, 6, Pembridge Sq., W. b. Apr. 17, 1884. 

Diploma Central Technical Coll., Lond. 1905. Engineer and 

Managing Dir., Kent Mitchell Ltd. 1910—16. Lt. R.F.C. and 

R.A.F. 1916 — 19. Consulting engineer and inventor. 5.1. 

Holland Park Ave., W.1L 
Monkland, Alec Moreton Sept., 1898 — June, 1899 Brook. 

s. of the late F. G. Monkland, O.R. b. May 20, 1884. Late 

rubber planter in Malay States, c/o ' Devonshire '& Co., 38, 

Old Jewry, E.C.2. 
Morris, Duncan Blackett Sept., 1898 — Nov., 1902 Priory. 

s. of F. R. Morris, Hill House, Gt. Missenden. b. Apr. 9, 1885. 

Exh. I.A. 1905. 90th Punjabis, Capt. Mesopotamia 3/15 — 

9/16, Despatches. Recommended for V.C. K. in A. at Nazireh. 

Sept. 11, 1916. 
Musson, Edward Lionel Sept., 1898 — Apr., 1902 Priory. 

s. of W. A. Musson, Fernleigh, Ashbv-de-la-Zouch. b. July 6, 

1885. Manchester Regt. 1905. Attd. K.A.R , German E. 

Africa 1914—19, Despatches twice, D.S.O., M.C. Capt. 1914. 

Adjt. 10th Manchester Regt. Rookivood, Middletov, Lanes., 

and c/o Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.7. 
Nlcholls, Percy Samuel Sept., 1898 — Julv, 1901 Mitre. 

s. of S. Nicholls, Oak Hall, Buckhurst Hill, Essex, b. Feb. 7. 

1884. Gunr. H.A.C. (T.F.) 3/17, France 1917—18. Merchant. 

The Hollies, Whitehall Lane, Buckhurst Hill, Essex. 
Pearless, Hugh Nisbet Sept., 1898 — July, 1903 Mitre. 

s. of R. W. Pearless, Green Hedges, East Grinstead. b. June 



1898 FURNEAUX 203 



23, 1884. Shooting VIII. 1902, 03. Sergt. 1st B.C. Regt. 

C.E.F. 8/14, France 1915., D.C.M. K. in A., April 24, 1915. 
Percival, Harold Fez Sept., 1898 — July, 1901 Priory. 

s. of G. H. Percival, 66, Abington St., Northampton, b. Nov. 

26, 1883. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1904. M.R.C.S.. L.R.C.P. 

1911. Surgeon (t) R.N. 1915—18, O.B.E. 2, Spencer Rd. 

Northampton. 
Radclyffe, Edward John Dilston Sept., 1898-^-July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of E. R. J. Radclyffe, 17, The Avenue, Bedford Park, W.4. 

b. Aug. 11, 1884. Exh. Sch. 1899. Trin. Coll., Camb. 

Subsizar. B.A., 2nd CI. Class. Pt. I., 1905. M.A., LL.B. 

Late Mod. Language Master, Highgate School. 2nd Lt. 

Huntingdon Cyclist Bn. (T.F.) 3/18. Lecturer, London Day 

Training College, Southampton Row, W.C.I. 
Raphael, John Galloway Sept., 1898 — July, 1899 Hall. 

s. of R. W. Raphael, Kincaid House, Milton of Campsie, N.B. 

b. June 22, 1882. Saxonbury Lodge, Frant, Sussex. 
Redman, Henry Gordon Sept., 1898 — July, 1902 Latham. 

s. of T. E. Redman, J. P., The Knoll, Shawford, Winchester, b. 

Nov. 12, 1884. Lt. 4th Wilts. Regt. (T.F.) 9/14, Capt. 1917, 

seed. M.G.C. ; India 1914—17, Mesopotamia 1917—19, Des- 
patches twice, O.B.E. Solicitor. Hohndale, Branksome Wood 

Rd., Bournemouth. 
Redmayne, Edward Ayrton Sept., 1898 — Apr., 1901 J.H.G. 

s. of J. Redmayne, Grove House, Headingley, Leeds, b. Mar. 

25, 1883. Driver, M.T., R.A.S.C. 1916—19. c/o H. Pawle and 

Co., 13, Copthall Court, E.C.2. 
Rlcardo, Ralph Sept., 1898 — Apr., 1902 Cross. 

s. of Col. Percy Ricardo, C.B. b. Nov. 19, 1884. Engineer. 

Manager, The Automobile Co., Ltd., 6-12, Queen's Rd., 

Bombay. 
Scharff, Charles Ridley Sept., 1898— Apr., 1902 Latham. 

s. of W. E. Scharff, The Red House, Harrogate, b. Apr. 26, 

1884. 2nd Lt. 18th Victoria Fus., C.E.F. 1914, Capt. B.C. 

Regt. 1916, France 1915—19. 
Stow, Montague Bruce Sept., 1898 — July, 1902 Brook. 

s. of M. H. Stow, 22, Campden Hill Court, Kensington, b. 

May 22, 1884. Exh. XL 1900, 01. 2nd E. Yorks. Regt. 

1903. Capt. France 1915, Despatches, Bt. Major. r d. of w., 

July 2, 1916. 
Stringer, Charles Edward Woodcock 

Sept., 1898— July, 1902 Mitre. 

s. of C. W. Stringer, Westfield, Kettering, b. Mar. 17, 1884. 

Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1906. Solicitor. Gunr. Canadian 

F.A. ; France 1917 — 19. Lumbering. 1175, Haro Street, 

Vancouver, B.C. 
Stuart, Eric Alexander Gordon Sept., 1898 — July, 1904 Latham. 

s. of the late Rev. Canon E. A. Stuart, b. Feb. 9, 1885. Exh. 

and Sch. F.XI. 1903. Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. 

Class., 1907. Asst. Master, Malay Coll., Kuala Kangsar 1909 

— 15. Supt. of Education, Kedah, 1915. Alor Star, Kedah, 

Malay States. 
Upton, Charles Douglas Sept., 1898 — July, 1899 Cross. 

s. of D. Upton, Norton, Stockton-on-Tees. b. Apr. 23, 1885. 

Late R.N. Naval Bde. ; Q. Ship ; Naval Transport Offr. 

Tyne Patrol 1914—19. Coal exporter. 4, Albion St., Hull, 

and Brough, E. Yorks. 
Walker, John Wylam Sept., 1898— Apr., 1901 Hall. 

s. of E. W. Walker, Hill View, The Park, W. Hartlepool, b. 

June 5, 1884. 2nd Lt. 11th Yorks. Regt. 10/14; Dardanelles and 



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Egypt ; invalided out 6/16. Timber merchant. 1, Crofton 

House, Church St, Chelsea, S.W.3. 
Wallis, Reginald William Douglas 

Sept., 1898— July, 1903 Orchard. 

s. of W. E. Wallis. b. Oct. 24, 1884. F.XI. 1902. Hert. 

Coll., Ox. B.A. 1906. d. May 11, 1911. 
Winder, John Sidney Sept., 1898 — Dec, 1900 Latham. 

s. of the late G'. A. Winder, Fairmile, Ottery St. Mary. b. Dec. 

28, 1883. 2nd Lt. R.A.S.C. (T.F.) 8/14, Capt. 1916; Egypt, 

Gallipoli and France 1914—18, Despatches. High St., Honiton, 

Devon. 
Wright, Arthur Vernon Sept., 1898 — July, 1902 Mitre. 

s. of C. E. Wright, 9, All Saints' Rd., Clifton, Bristol, b. June 

15, 1883. L'Corpl. 4th R. Berks. Regt., France. K. in A., 

Aug. 14, 1916. 
Airy, James Osmund Jan., 1899 — Dec, 1901 Hall. 

s. of O. Airy, LL.D., Crowthorne, Berks, b. May 18, 1884. 

F.S. Late Lt. 114th Mahrattas. Corpl. Canadian Highrs. 

1914; Lt. (t) 12th Essex Regt., Capt. 1915; 2nd Manchester 

Regt. 10/16 ; Gallipoli, Egypt, France, Despatches. d. of 

wounds, received while on duty in Ireland, July 21, 1920. 
Astle, John William Mawson Jan., 1899 — July, 1905 Home B. 

s. of the late Joseph Astle, Repton. b. Jan. 30, 1887. L.S. 

Pte. M.T., R.A.S.C. 1917—19. Repton, Derby. 
Birks, Alan Herrenden Jan., 1899 — July, 1903 Cross. 

s. of T. B. Birks, Oakleigh, Worksop, b. Dec. 1, 1883. XI. 

1901. F.XI. 1900, 01, 02. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. 

B.A., Nat. Sci., 1906. Football Blue 1905, 06. M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. 1912. Lt. {t) R.A.M.C. 9/14, Capt. 1915; France 

1915 — 17. Trereiffe, Roche, Cornwall. 
Brooke, Robert Weston Jan., 1899 — July, 1903 Hall. 

succeeded father as 2nd Bart., 1920. s. of the late Sir J. A 

Brooke, Bart., O.R. b. Aug. 10, 1885. Yorks. Drag. Yeo 

1907, Capt. 1913 ; France 1915—18, Despatches 5 times, 

D.S.O., M.C., Bt. Major 1918. Fearn Lodge, Ardgav, N.B. 
Brookhouse, Herbert Jan., 1899 — July, 1901 Hall. 

s. of R. H. Brookhouse, R. Automobile Club, Pall Mall. b. 

July 18, 1884. Edin. Univ. 2nd Lt. (t) 5th Manch. Regt. 2/15 ; 

Instructor, N. Commd. Bombing Sch. ; Mesopotamia 12/16 — 

5/19, Despatches. Major, D.A.D.R.T. Company Manager. 

c/o Royal Colonial Inst., Northumberland Avenue, W.C.2. 
Cooper, Harry Stanley Jan., 1899— July, 1901 Mitre. 

s. of H. W. Cooper, Clinton Terrace, Nottingham, b. June 11, 

1885. 6, Cavendish Avenue, Sherwood, Nottingham. 
Estridge, Edward Wilfred Jan., 1899— July, 1904 Brook. 

s. of Edward Estridge, Repton Sch. b. May 15, 1885. 

Trin. Coll., Ox. Brewer. Pte., 30th Canadian Highrs. 11/14 ; 

2nd Lt., 3rd E. Yorks. Regt., S.R., 6/15 ; France 1916. K. in 

A., on the Ancre, Nov. 13, 1916. 
Fisher, Edward Humbert Jan., 1899— July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of E. Fisher, Market Harborough. b. Mar. 6, 1885. Emm. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1905. P.A.S.I. Land agent and surveyor. 

Pte., Artists* Rifles 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t), 2nd Yorks. Regt. 3/15; 

France. K. in A., May 19, 1915. 
Garnett, Graham Jan., 1899 — Mar., 1904 Cross. 

s. of the late H. Garnett, O.R. b. Sept. 12, 1885. Shooting 

VIII. 1903. Edin. Univ. M.B., Ch.B. 1909, M.D. 1911. 

Bronze Medal, Med. Psych. Assoc. 1911. Member, W. Kent 

Med. Chir. Soc. MO, Greenwich Bd. of Guardians. //, 

CfOOfns Hill, Greenwich, 



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Grant-Dalton, Charles Jan., 1899— Dec, 1903 Hall 

s. of H. Grant-Dalton, Wyke Lodge, Winchester, b. Dec. 10, 
1884. 2nd Lt. (t) R.A.S.C. 2/15, Capt. 1916 ; France 1915—19. 
Brodsworth Hah, Doncaster. 

Hammond, Charles Richard Allix Jan., 1899 — Dec, 1903 Orchard, 
s. of C. E. Hammond, St. Fabian's, Newmarket, b. Dec 10, 

1884. F.XI. 1901, 02, 03. 2nd Lt. (t) R.A.S.C. 3/17, Lt. 9/18 ; 
Mesopotamia 1917- — -19. Wood Farm, Sprowston, Norwich. 

Hanson, Sydney Jan., 1899 — July, 1903 Orchard, 

s. of R. G. Hanson, Cloverlands, Kimberley, Notts, b. Apr. 23, 

1885. Maltster. Lt., Nottingham Hussars (T.F.), Capt. 1916 ; 
Egypt, Gallipoli, Salonica, Palestine 1915 — 18. Drowned, by 
torpedoing of H.M.T. "Leasowe Castle," May 27, 1918. 

Lea-Wilson, Leslie Charles Jan., 1899 — Apr., 1903 Brook. 

s. of Rev. C. Lea-Wilson, Glen Willyn, Northwood, Middx. 

b. Jan. 20, 1885. Owner of coffee plantation and dairy herd. 

Mityana P.O., Kampala, Uganda, E. Africa. 
Lynch-Blosse, Henry Jan., 1899 — July, 1901 Orchard. 

s. of E. F. Lynch-Blosse, Brecon, South Wales, b. Oct. 29, 

1884. Mil. Member, Recruiting Tribunal 1915 ; 2nd Lt. (/) 
R.E. 1916, Capt., France. Surveyor. Worcester Chambers, 
Swansea. 

Newall, Robert Stirling Jan., 1899— Apr., 1902 Mitre. 

s. of A. Newall, Wilsford House, Salisbury, b. Aug. 19, 1884. 

F.S.A. 1909. Pte. R.A.M.C, Italy. Fisherton de la Mere 

House, Wylye, Wilts. 
Paul, William Edmund Jeffrey Jan., 1899— Dec, 1903 Brook. 

s. of the late Sir W. J. Paul, Bart. b. Sept. 23, 1885. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. LL.B. 1907. B.A. 1908. H.O. Hon. Canon 

Dioc Sask. 1918. c/o Synod Office, Prince Albert, Sask., 

Canada. 
Plimpton, Kelburne Archibald Jan., 1899 — Dec, 1902 Mitre. 

s. of A. W. Plimpton, Beverley, Yorks. b. Nov. 12, 1884. 

E. Yorks. Regt. 1904. Great War, France 1915, Salonica, 

advance into Bulgaria and Constantinople 1915 — 18, Despatches 

twice, D.S.O., Bt. Major. Retired 1921. Lt.-Col., Res. of O f. 

Jun. Naval and Military Club, 96, Piccadilly, W.l. 
Wild, Oliver Hilton Jan., 1899— July, 1902 Cross. 

s. of George Wild. b. June 11, 1884. M.B., Ch. B. Edin. 1920. 

University Union, Edinburgh, and Ariel Lodge, Hewlett Rd., 

Cheltenham. 
Coates, James Edward Apr., 1899— July, 1900 Hall. 

s. of E. H. Coates, O.R. b. May 29, 1883. Pte. 10th Bn. 1st 

Div. C.E.F. 8/14 ; Sergt. France 1915. Canadian Admin. 

Staff 1916 — 18. Fruit and poultry farmer. Mayne Island, 

Vancouver, B.C. 
Crossley, Francis Marshall Apr., 1899 — Apr.,*1903 Mitre. 

s. of the late F. W. Crossley. b. July 26, 1884. Clare Coll., 

Camb. 2nd Lt. (t) 16th K.R.R.C. 9/14, Lt. 7/17 ; Transferred 

to M.T., R.A.S.C. 9/15 ; France 1916—18. Arable and fruit 

farming. Fairbourn Manor, Harrietsham, Kent. 
Cubitt, Edward Randall Apr., 1899 — July, 1902 Cross. 

s. of E. G. Cubitt, Honing Hall, Norfolk, b. Oct. 11, 1884. 

5th Norf. Regt. (T.F.). Capt. 11/14; Gallipoli. K. in A., 

Suvla Bay, Aug. 12, 1915. 
Deakin, Thomas Buckley Apr., 1899 — July, 1904 Mitre. 

s. of the late J. B. Deakin, Prince's Park, Liverpool, b. Mar. 2, 

1885. Hert. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1907. Late Headmaster, 
Charters Towers, E. Grinstead 1914 — 21. Rosemary, Kingsgate- 
on-Sea, Thanet. 



206 FURNEAUX 1899 



Egerton, Philip Reginald le Belward Apr., 1899— Dec, 1902 Hall. 

s. of Col. Caledon Egerton, Tenantrees, Dorchester, b. Sept. 

3, 1885. Dist. Traffic Manager, Sudan Govt. Rly. Khartoum, 

Sudan, Egypt. 
Healing, John Burton Apr., 1899— July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of J. Healing, 13, Chiltern Rd., Dunstable, b. June 1, 1884. 

Canadian Cavalry 1914—15; Lt. 11th Bedi. Regt. (T.F.) 1915 

— 19 ; France. A.R.I.B.A. Vine Cottage, Essendon, Hatjield, 

Herts. 
Hitchcock, Edmund Lionel Apr., 1899— Dec, 1901 Hall. 

s. of E. L. Hitchcock, Cherwell Lea, Banbury Rd., Oxford. 

b. May 30, 1884. 126, Banbury Rd., Oxford. 
Johnstone, James McKie Laurie Douglas 

Apr., 1899— July, 1903 Hall. 

s. of A. J. S. Johnstone, Broadholm, Lockerbie, b. Oct. 8, 1886. 

Broadholm, Lockerbie, N.B. 
Linton, Philip Apr., 1899— July, 1900 Mitre. 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Riverina, N.S.W. b. Aug. 18, 

1884. Late Eastern Extension Telegraph Co., Hong Kong. 

Farming, since 1921. Carnock Farm, Private Bag, Salisbury, 

Rhodesia. 
Madden, William Henry Apr., 1899— Mar., 1904 Latham. 

s. of The Very Rev. S. O. Madden, The Deanery, Cork. b. 

Oct. 6, 1884. F.XI. 1901, 02, Capt. 1903. T.C.D. B.A. 1909. 

Asst. Master, Farnham Gr. Sch. 2nd Lt., R. Irish Rifles 12/14, 

Capt. 7/17 ; France 1915 — 18. K. in A., at St. Quentin, 

Mar. 24, 1918. 
Mark, Arthur Leslie Apr., 1899 — Dec, 1903 Orchard. 

s. of A. S. Mark, Holne Lodge, Bickley. b. Jan. 23, 1885. 

XL 1902, 03. F.XI. 1902, 03, 
Morcom, Alfred Farr Apr., 1899— Jul}, 1903 Hall. 

s. of Dr. A. A. Morcom, J. P., Montpelier House, Dunstable, b. 

Feb. 16, 1885. XL 1901, 02, 03. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A., 

3rd CI. Nat. Sci., 1906. Camb. XI. 1905, 06, 07. M.R.C.S., 

L.R.C.P. 1909. M.A., M.B. B.Ch. 1911. Capt. {t) R.A.M.C, 

France 1917—19. 6, Chester St., Belgrave Sq., S.W.I. 
Reed, Percival Apr., 1899 — Apr., 1902 Latham. 

s. of C. A. P. Reed, Aydon, Corbridge-on-Tyne. b. Aug. 15, 

1884. d. from effects of motor car accident, Mar. 29, 1910. 
Woodward, Ernest Bernard Walker Apr., 1899 — July, 1903 Priory. 

s. of James Woodward, b. Dec. 5, 1883. 
Auster, Lesley Whorwood Sept., 1899 — Apr., 1900 Priory, 

s. of A. W. Auster, Rockline, Park Hill, Moseley. b. May 26, 

1885. Went to Malvern Coll. 2nd Lt. 8th R. Warwick Regt. 
(T.F.) 9/14, Lt. 6/16; France 1915—16. Dir. Auster Ltd., 
Birmingham and London. Constitutional Club, S.W.I, and 
Rockliffe, 23, Park Hill, Moseley, Birmingham. 

Barber, Laurence Henry Sept., 1899 — Apr., 1903 Mitre, 

s. of J. Barber, Windyridge, Brincliffe, Sheffield, b. Oct. 
23, 1885. Exh. and Sch. 2nd Lt. 4th York, and Lane Regt. 
(T.F.) 9/14, Capt. 3/15; Adjt. 1915—19. Iron and steel 
merchant and manufacturer. Doncaster St., Sheffield, and 
Gateford Corner, Worksop, Notts. 

Bennett, Keith Llewellyn Sept., 1899— Dec, 1901 Cross. 

s. of C. Bennett, Sydney, N.S.W. b. Sept. 14, 1884. Clare 
Coll., Camb. Sergt. 3rd Inf. Bn. A.I.F., Egypt 1916. " Even- 
ing News " Office, Market St., Sydney, N.S.W. 

Beswick, George William Porritt Sept., 1899 — Dec, 1901 Priory, 
s. of the late J. Beswick, Foxlow Grange, Buxton, b. June 24, 
1884. Slade Hill, Staden, Kin Sterndale, Buxton. 



1899 FURNEAUX 207 

Beswick, Percy James Sept., 1899 — Dec, 1904 Priory, 

br. of the above, b. Nov. 11, 1886. Ashtree, White Knowle 
Rd., Buxton, 

Gammell, Reginald Archibald Sept., 1899— July, 1904 Hall, 
s. of A. A. Gammell, Brookheld Manor, Hathersage, Sheffield, 
b. Jan. 10, 1886. R.M.A. Woolwich. R.E. 6th Place, 1906, 
King's Medal. Balloon Sch. Lt. 1908. Killed, when flying 
at Hendon, Sept. 17, 1911. 

Carline, George Reginald Sept., 1899 — July, 1903 Orchard. 

s. of the late G. F. Carline, R.B.A. b. Mar. 15, 1885. Exeter 
Coll., Ox. 1/13, Diploma in Anthrop. 6/14. On staff of 
" Oxford Eng. Dictionary " 1903—14 ; Asst. Curator, Well- 
come Hist. Med. Museum, 1914 — 17 ; Min. of Shipping 1917 — 
19; Asst. Curator, Pitt Rivers Museum since 1919; Anglo- 
Swedish Society's Trav. Schol. 1921 ; F.R. Anthrop. Inst. ; 
Member, Council, Folk-Lore Soc. 1917 ; Pres., Ox. Univ. 
Archseol. Soc. 1919. Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, and 163, 
Walton St., Oxford. 

Carline, Roland Francis Sept., 1899— July, 1903 Orchard, 

br. of the above, b. Oct. 24, 1886. d. May 26, 1906. 

Chance, Andrew Furguson Sept., 1899 — July, 1900 Mitre, 

s. of Sir F. W. Chance, K.B.E., J. P., D.L., Morton, Carlisle, 
b. Nov. 9, 1882. R.M.A. Woolwich ; R.F.A. 1901 ; Capt., 
France 1914—15. K. in A., Oct. 3, 1915. 

Graven, Arthur Douglas Sept., 1899 — July, 1901 Orchard. 

s. of W. Craven, Sheffield, b. Nov. 7, 1885. Univ. Coll., Lond. 
Pte. 21st R. Fus. 9/14; Sergt. France 1915—16; 2nd Lt. (t) 
R.E. 7/16, Capt. 11/18; France 1916—18. Engineer. 
M.I.Mech.E. 15, Sandon Rd., Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Dixon-Nuttall, William Francis Sept., 1899— Dec, 1903 Hall. 
s. of F. R. Dixon-Nuttall, Ingleholme, Eccleston Park, Prescot. 
b. Mar. 22, 1885. Major R.E. (T.F.). Galhpoli 8/15—1/16, 
Egypt and Salonika 1916 — 18, Despatches, D.S.O. Inglehurst. 
Huyton, nr. Liverpool. 

Dymond, Arthur Sept., 1899— July, 1902 Latham, 

s. of J. Dymond, Brierley, nr. Barnsley. b. Dec 9, 1884. 
Pte. R. Fus. 8/14 ; 2nd Lt. 5th York, and Lane Regt. (T.F.) 
6/15; Lt. 7/17, seed. W. African Regt. 11/17. Brewer. IS. 
Thome Rd., Doncaster. 

Egerton, Charles Caledon Sept., 1899— Apr., 1900 Hall, 

s. of Gen. Sir Charles C. Egerton, G.C.B., D.S.O. b. Nov. 17, 
1886. Went to Rugby. W. Riding Regt. 1905, Capt. France 
8/14, Despatches twice. K. in A., Apr. 19, 1915. 

Elder, Alexander Austin Sept., 1899— Dec, 1902 Priory, 

s. of the late T. E. Elder, Heswall, Cheshire, b. Oct. 24, 1885. 
Exh. Edin. Univ. M.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1908. Pte. Artists' 
Rifles 9/14; France 12/14—11/15; 2nd Lt. 2nd K.S.L.I. 6/15 ; 
Macedonia 1917 — 18, Despatches twice. Attache to Legation, 
Sofia, as Passport Control Officer 1920. 2, Robert St., Adelphi, 
W.C.2, and British Legation, Sofia, Bulgaria. 

Estridge, William Edward Parry Sept., 1899— Dec, 1903 Brook, 
s. of the late Edward Estridge, Repton Sch. b. May 22, 1886. 
Repton, Duncan P.O., Vancouver, B.C. 

Foster, Charles William Sept., 1899 — July, 1903 Latham, 

s. of W. S. Foster, Silverburn, Hoddesdon. b. Mar. 24, 1885. 
Indian Police, 1905 — 22, retired. Served with N.W. Frontier 
Mil. throughout the War. Elm Place, Hoddssdon, Herts. 

Frankish, Arthur Rupert Sept., 1899 — July, 1900 Latham. 

s. of W. J. Frankish. b. Nov. 20, 1884. 2nd Lt. (t) R.F.C. 
2/18. Scoulton, Hingham, Attleborough, Warwicks. 



208 FUKNEAUX 1899 

Freeth, Matthew Logan Sept., 1899 — Jan., 1901 Hall. 

s. of the late Col. Freeth. b. Aug. 24, 1883. Queen's Cadet 

R.M.C. Sandhurst, on Woolwich Exam. Late 2nd S. Staffs. 

Regt. 1902. Lt. (*), 9th S. Staffs. Regt. 9/14, Major 5/15 ; 

resigned 9/16. c/o Mrs. Freeth, Briarwood, Wilbury Cres., 

Hove, Sussex. 
Gordon, Christopher Sept., 1899 — Dec, 1901 Brook. 

s. of Rev. E. Gordon, b. May 18, 1885. Edin. Univ. M.B. 

Ch. B. 1913. Capt. (t) R.A.M.C. Malta 1917—19. 1, Merchis- 

ton Crescent, Edinburgh. 
Graham, George Sept., 1899 — July, 1901 Priory. 

s. of William Graham, Hawksdale, Dalston, Carlisle, b. Nov. 

11, 1882. 
Greswell, Ernest Arthur Sept., 1899— July, 1904 Brook. 

s. of C. H. Greswell, Wayfield, Bicknoller, Taunton, b. June 8, 

1885. Exh. Sch. 1900. XL 1902, 03. 04. F.XI. 1902, 03. 

Hert. Coll., Ox. Exh. 1904. B.A. 1908. Indian Forest 

Service. I.A.R.O. 1916 — 19; Capt. 1917. Dep. Controller, 

Timber Supplies, Punjab, Indian Munitions Bd. 1917 — 19. 

D. C. Forests, Forest Office, Abbottabad, N.W.F.P., India. 
Gunn, William Battiscombe Sept , 1899 — July, 1901 Priory. 

s. of the late W. Cecil Gunn, The Red House, Bickley. b. Jan. 

8, 1885. Iron and steel trade. 21, Cliveden Place, Eaton Sq., 

S.W.I. 
Henderson, Malcolm Sept., 1899 — July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of J. Henderson, Clifton, Ashbourne, b. Dec. 21, 1883. 

2nd R. Scots 1903. Capt. 1914 ; Gnat War, France and Italy 

1914 — 18 ; Despatches 8 times, Bt. Major 1916, D.S.O. ; 

Chevalier, Legion of Honour ; Chevalier, St. Maurice and St. 

Lazarus. Bt. Lt.-Col. 1919. Naval and Military Club, 

Piccadilly, W.l, and c/o Cox & Co., 16 Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Hill, George Francis Gordon Sept., 1899 — Dec, 1901 Latham. 

s. of R. Hill, Thornton Dale, Pickering, b. Mar. 26, 1885. 

Lt. 1st Labour Coy. Labour Corps., France 1917 — 19. The 

Lodge, Thornton-le- Dale, Pickering. 
Hughes, Gilbert Keates Sept., 1899— July, 1901 Orchard. 

s. of H. W. Hughes, Wilmslow, Manchester. * b. Nov. 26, 1884, 

Signalman, R.N.V.R., H.M.S. "City of Belfast," 1915— lit, 

97, Port Street, Evesham. 
Hunt, Francis Whittaker Sept., 1899— Dec, 1903 Cross. 

s. of the late W. F. Hunt, Sedgeford Hall, King's Lynn. b. 

Aug. 4, 1885. Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Theol., 1909 ; 

M.A. 1917. H.O. 1911. Chap, of Bp. Coll., Cheshunt 1914—20; 

Asst. Curate, Toddington 1921. Toddington Red., Dunstable. 
Hussey, Eric Robert James Sept., 1899 — July, 1904 Hall. 

s. of Rev. J. Hussey, Asheldon, Torquay, b. Apr. 26, 1885. 

Exh. F.XI. 1903. 1st Agg. P. 1903, 04. Senior Prefect 

1902, 03. Hert. Coll., Ox. Exh. B.A., 3rd CI. Litt. Hum., 

1908. Athl. Blue, 1905, 06. Pres. O.U.A.C. 1907, 08. Educ 

Dept. Sudan Govt. Chief Inspector of Schools (since 1918). 

4th CI. Order of the Nile 1922. Khartoum, Sudan. 
Johnson, Arthur Stuart Sept., 1899— July, 1903 Hall. 

s. of R. L. Johnson, Butterton Hall, Newcastle, Staffs, b 

Mar. 3, 1885. Earthenware manufacturer. Copt home, Congle- 

ton, Cheshire. 
Lord, Robert Cecil Sept., 1899— Dec, 1901 Mitre. 

s. of R. Lord, Newstead, Heaton, Bolton, b. Feb. 21, 1885. 

Cadets Trophy Team, Bisley 1901. R.E. 1905. Egypt 1914, 

Despatches twice, M.C. Capt. 1914. D.A.D. Mil. Works, 

H.Q. Staff India 1919. c/o Cox&> Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 



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Macdonald, Hugh Sept., 1899— July, 1901 Hall. 

s. of W. H. Macdonald, The College, Marlborough, b. Nov. 15, 
1885. Pte. H.A.C. (T.F.) 9/14; Lt. R.A.S.C. 9/15; France 
1915 — 18. Sec. to the Ld. Chancellors Visitors, Law Courts. 
Savile Club, Piccadilly, W .1. 

Mitchell, George Douglas Sept., 1899— Apr., 1903 Hall. 

s. of G. Mitchell, Ardlui, Blackrock, Co. Dublin, b. July 12. 

1885. Trin. Hall, Camb. Tea planting, cjo National Bank 
of India, Colombo, Ceylon, and Ardlui, Blackrock, Co., Dublin. 

Pattinson, Henry Duncan Sept., 1899 — July, 1903 Orchard. 

s. of J. Pattinson, Ravenstone, Keswick, b. May 17, 1884. 

C.C.C., Ox. B.A. 1919. Stock-breeding and coffee planting. 

Great War, Sergt., R.A.V.C. Estancia Itagaza, Altos, via. 

Asuncion, Paraguay. 
Powell, Geoffrey Boulcott Sept., 1899— July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of W. P. Powell, Maes-v-cldelwen, Hirwain, Glam. b. Dec. 

16, 1885. Survey expedition in B.C. 1910. 
Priestley, Arthur Featherstone Sept., 1899 — July, 1904 Home B. 

s. of J. Priestley, Vancouver, B.C. b. Sept. 22, 1887. Pte. 

29th Canadian Bn., France 1918 — 19. Postmaster ; Deputy 

Mining Recorder ; J. P. Aiyansh P.O., B.C. 
Purves, George Gordon de Burgh Sept., 1899 — Apr., 1901 Cross. 

s. of G. H. Purves, and stepson of R. S. Bovill, O.R. b. Mar. 

31, 1885. 2nd R. Scots. Fus. 1905. Capt., 6th R. Scots. Fus., 

France 1915, Despatches. Wounded, and Prisoner of War, at 

Loos. d. of w., at Cologne, Nov. 8, 1915. 
Russell, James Stewart Johnson Sept., 1899 — Dec, 1901 Hall. 

s. of A. Russell, Ruthwell, Dumfries, b. Feb. 16, 1885. Coal 

exporter. 38, Highburgh Rd., Glasgow, W. 
Smith, Isaac Claude Victor Sept., 1899— July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of Isaac Smith, J. P.. Hickling Lodge, Notts, b. Oct. 29, 

1884. XI. 1900, 01, Capt. 1902. F.XI. 1900, Capt. 1901. 
R.A.S.C, 1914—19; Major 1917; Despatches. Engineer. 
Upper Broughton Lodge, Notts. 

Stoehr, Charles Felix Sept., 1899— July, 1902 Mitre, 

s. of C. W. Stoehr, Llanrhyddlad, Valley, Anglesea. b. Jan. 13, 

1886. Exh. R.M.A. Woolwich, 1st PI. R.E. 1904. Company 
Comdr. 3rd R. Bombay Sappers and Miners. Great War, 
Aden 1915 — 16, India 1916 — 17, Mesopotamia and North 
Persian Force 1917 — 21. Despatches twice. Major 1922. 
Staff College, Quetta, India, and cjo Cox <S* Co., 16, Charing 
Cross, S.W.I. 

Twigg, Francis William Sept., 1899— July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of H. Twigg, Weeping Cross, Stafford, b. Nov. 8, 1884. XI. 

1901, 02. Mechanical engineer. Pte., R. Warwick Regt. 

10/14; 2nd Lt., North'n. Regt. 4/15, Lt. 7/17; France 1913. 

K. in A., near Loos, Sept. 24, 1918. 
Waterfall, Ernest Sept., 1899— Dec, 1901 Mitre. 

s. of W. C. Waterfall, Kingfield House, Sharrow, Sheffield. 

b. Dec. 31, 1884. d. Mar., 1902. 
Whiteley, William Sept., 1899— July, 1902 Orchard. 

s. of W. A. Whiteley, Derwent House, Borrowash. b. July 26, 

1885. 13, Frodingham Rd., Scunthorpe, Lines. 
Winterbottom, Archibald Dickson Sept., 1899— July, 1901 Priory. 

s. of W. D. Winterbottom, Aston Hall, Derbv. b. May 11, 
1885. 2nd Lt. Derbys. Yeo. 1904 — 8 ; 2nd Lt. 5th Dragoon 
Gds. 1908, Capt. 1915. France 1914, 1915—18, Despatches 
twice, D.S.O. ; Officier de la Couronne, and Croix de Guerre 
(Beige.). Retired 1919. Aston Hall, Derby. 



210 FURNEAUX 1899 



Wood, Geoffrey William Sept., 1899— Apr., 1903 Hall. 

s. of F. W. Wood, The Laws House, Turvey, Beds. b. Feb. 16, 

1885. 2nd Lt. Bedford Yeo. (T.F.) 12/14, Lt. 6/16. T.F. Res. 

1917. 15, Pemberley Avenue, Bedford. 
Woodhead, Henry Knowles Sept., 189'.)— July, 1903 Latham. 

s. of J. K. Woodhead, Old Park Rd., Roundhay, Leeds, b. 

Apr. 15, 1886. Shooting VIII. 1903. Leeds Univ. Capt. 7th 

Seaforth Highrs. (T.F). France 1915 — Hi. Corps of Sch. 

of Musketry, Bisley 1916 — 17. Seed grower and merchant. 

10, Lowerhead Row, Leeds. 
Young, Richard Alfred Sept., 1899 July. 1904 Hall. 

s. of F. B. Young, Bombay C.S., 6, Bouverie Court, Folkestone. 

b. Sept. 16, 1885. Exh. XL 1901, 02, Capt. 1903, 04. F.XI. 

1902,03. Aldershot Gym. 1904. King's Coll., Camb. Exh. 

22nd Wrangler 1907. Camb. XI. 1905, 06, 07, Capt. 1908. 

Football Blue 1906, 07. M.C.C. XL, Australia 1907, 08. 

Internat. Football 1911. Capt. (/) 7th Yorks. Regt. 12/14, 

France 1915 — 16. l.ton College, Windsor. 
Benson, Thomas Brooke (an., 1900 — Dee., L902 Latham. 

s. of Rev. R. G. Benson, b. July 28, 1884. K. Scots. Fus. 

[905. Lt. France-9/14. K. in A., Mar. 12, 1915. 
Findlay, John Jan., 1900 July, 1903 Cross. 

s. of George H. Findlay, 15, Coins St., Lt-eds. b. Aug. 13, 

1885. Special Mission to England from Petrograd 11/14; 

Vladivostok 1915 — 19, superintending Russian transport. 

P.O. Box 2, Vladivostok. 
Irving, Edward Bruee Jan., 1900— July, 190S Mitre. 

s. of Hon. Mr. Justice Irving, Victoria, B.C. b. Apr. 9, 1885. 

Shooting VIII., 1901, 02, Capt., 1903. Lt. 2nd Canadian Mtd. 

Rifles, C.E.F., 6/15; Capt. 4/16. 35, Cook St., Victoria, B.C. 
Jackson, Cecil Barcroft Jan., 1900— Apr., 1903 Orchard. 

s. of W. Jackson, The Limes, Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent, b. 

Sept. 6, 1886. The Limes, Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent. 
Plm, Gerald Jan., 1900 Apr., 1903 Cross. 

s. of J. J. Pirn, Drenta, Dunmurry, Co. Antrim, b. Apr. 2, 

1885. d. Aug. 27, 1906. 
Small, Bertram Gordon Jan., 1900— July, 1900 Mitre. 

s. <>f A. M. G. Small, Wythburn, I lea ton Moor, Stockport, b. 

Apr. 7, 1885. Left in consequence of breakdown in eyesight. 
Young, Cyril Rutherford Moffat Jan., 1900 — June, 1900 Cross. 

s. of M. Young, West Hartlepool, b. Feb. 12, 1886. Lt., 

K.G.A. (T.F.), Capt. 6/16; France 1915—17. d. oi w. 

July 1, 1917. 
Botterill, Arthur Douglas Mar., 1900— July, 1902 Brook. 

s. of R. Botterill, Tatkwell Hall, Louth. b. June 29, 1886. 

Army Service 1914 — 19. Tatkwell Hall, Louth, Lines. 
Bright, Alfred Stanley Apr., 1900— Dec, 1903 Hall. 

s. of Sir Joseph Bright, Lincoln Villa, The Park, Nottingham. 

b. July 17, 1885. F.XI. 1901, 02, 03. 7th Sherwood Foresters 

(T.F.) 10/14, Capt. 6/16; France 1915—18, Prisoner of War 

3/18. Solicitor. Lincoln Villa, The Park, Nottingham. 
Clarke, Lawrence Joyce Apr., 1900— July, 1904 Mitre. 

s. of H. T. Clarke, Waste Court, Abingdon, b. July 14, 1886. 

Oriel Coll., Ox. B.A., 4th CI. Jurisp., 1907. Lt. 22nd London 

Regt. (T.F.) 8/14, Capt. 1915 ; France 1915—18 ; Despatches, 

M.C. Solicitor. Waste Court, Abingdon, Berks. 
Dulley, Hubert William Apr., 1900— Dec, 1902 J.H.G. 

s. of J. Dulley, The Gables, St. Mary's Rd., Leicester, b. Mar. 

31, 1886. Motor engineer. The Gables, St. Mary's Rd., 

Leicester. 



1900 FURNEAUX 211 



Filleul, Philip Rowland Apr., 1900— July, 1903 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. P. W. G. Filleul, Cope Hall, Newbury, Berks, b. July 
15, 1885. Wadh. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1909. Dist. Commr., 
Kenya Colony. Secretarial, Nairobi, Kenya Colony, E. Africa. 

Gallagher, Gordon John Apr., 1900 — Apr., 1901 Latham. 

s. of J. Gallagher, Claremont, Maghull, Lanes, b. Jan. 1, 1885. 
Liverpool Univ. Medical student, d. Apr. 19, 1912. 

Gunn, Kenneth Apr., 1900— Dec., 1901 Orchard, 

s. of Marcus Gunn. b. June 8, 1885. Engineer. Pte., 28th 
London Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; 2nd Lt., 3rd Black Watch, S.R. 
2/15, France. K. in A., Apr. 4, 1916. 

Loxdale, Ronald George Maclean Apr., 1900— J.uly, 1905 Hall. 
s. of [. Loxdale, Saundby Grove, Gainsborough, b. Jan. 31, 
188(5. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1908. Tea planter, d. May 
22, 1912. 

Mangin, Reuben Addison Apr., 1900— Dec, 1903 Priory. 

s. of E. A. Mangin, Bishopton Grove, Ripon. b. Dec. 15, 1885. 
Farming in Canada. Pte., 49th Inf. Bn., C.E.F. 1914 ; 2nd Lt. 
(I) W. Yorks. Regt. 6/17; Fiance 1915—18, M.M. d. of w. 
Apr. 7, 1918. 

Page, Edgar Wells Apr., 1900— Dec., 1903 Hall. 

s. of S. W. Page, Penn House, Wolverhampton, b. Dec. 31, 
1884. XI. 1901, 02, 03. P. XI. 1901, 02, 03. Internal. Hoc- 
key 1907, 08, 09, 10, 20. 6th S. Staffs. Regt. (T.F.). France 
1915—19, M.C. Capt. T.F. Res. Duiiedin, 225, Tettenhall Rd., 
Wolverhampton. 

Robinson, Maurice Adam Apr., I960— Dec, 1901 Hall, 

s. of Lt.-Col. F. R. Robinson, V.D. b. Aug. 16, 1885. Beck- 
ivith House, Harrogate. 

Thwaites, Joseph Apr., 1900 — Apr., 1905 Latham 

s. of E. Thwaites, Birkdale, Lanes. b. Apr. 17, 1886. XI. 
1904. F.XI. 1904. Senior Prefect 1904. 2nd Lt. 5th N. 
Lan. Regt. (T.F.) 10/14; Capt. S. Lan. Regt. 6/16. Highfield, 
Bolton. 

Toller, George Gordon Taylor Apr., 1900 — July, 1902 Cross. 
s. of the late C. G. Toller, b. Feb. 23, 1885. I.A.R.O. attd. 
KF. 11/14: France, Mesopotamia, N.W. Frontier 1914 — 19, 
Despatches twice, O.B.E. ; Capt. I.A.R.O. A.M.Inst.C.E. 
Dist. Engineer, Burma Rys., Rangoon, Burma. 

BURGE, Headmaster, 1900—1901. 

Anderson , Ernest Vincent Sept., 1900 — -July, 1905 Cross, 

s. of Lt.-Col. E. B. Anderson, O.R. b. June 4, 1887. Shooting 
VIII. 1904, 05. Equal 1st Agg. P. 1905. Aldershot Gym. 
1904, 05. 2nd Black Watch 1906. Capt., R.F.C. Killed, in 
aeroplane collision, May 12, 1914. 

Back, Henry William Sept., 1900— July, 1904 Cross. 

s. of the late W. H. Back, Hum House, Hethersett. b. June 
28, 1886. 4th Norfolk Regt. (T.F.), Major 6/16; France and 
Italy 1914 — 20. Solicitor. Hill House, Hethersett, Norfolk. 

Barber, Harold Wordsworth Sept., 1900 — July, 1902 Orchard, 
s. of R. Barber, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, b. May 13, 1886. 
Exh. Clare Coll., Camb., Exh. 1905. Sch. 1906. B.A., 1st 
CI. Nat. Sci., 1908; M.B., B.Ch. 1911 ; F.R.C.P. 1922. Arthur 
Durham Trav. Schol. (Guys) 1913. Capt. R.A.M.C, Mesopota- 
mia, Arabia, German E. Africa, France 1915 — 18. Physn. in 
charge of Skin Dept., Guy's Hosp. 1919. 7, Devonshire Place, 
IV. 1. 

Barber, Lewis Christopher Sept., 1900 — July, 1905 Mitre, 

s. of C. Barber, Abbeydale, Sheffield, b. Sept. 25, 1886. Exh. 



212 BURGE 1900 



King's Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Class., 1908. Pte. 2nd 

Artists' Rifles (T.F.) 1918. Stockbroker. Clifford Lodge, 

Beauchief, Sheffield. 
Barrs, Charles Noel Sept., 1900— July, 1902 Latham. 

s. of J. A. Barrs, The Hollies, Derby, b. Dec. 25, 1885. Sheep 

farming at Gisborne, N.Z. Pte., N.Z.E.F. 1914, Egypt and 

France 1915—16. 139, Kedleston Rd., Derby. 
Boddington, Reginald Edgar Sept., 1900— July, 1905 Latham. 

s. of Rev. E. Boddington, O.K. b. June 25, 1886. Shooting 

VIII. 1903, 04, Capt. 1905. D.M. Exh. Jesus Coll., Camb. 

L'Corpl. 29th London Regt. France 1915—17. Uplands, 

Arnside. 
Borrer, Harold Carey Sept., 1900— Dec, 1901 Priory. 

s. of Rev. C. A. Borrer. b. Oct. 1, 1885. With Eastern 

Telegraph Co., Java. d. Oct. 7, 1914. 
Bush, Harry Guy Victor Sept., 1900— Dec, 1902 Hall. 

s. of H. C. Bush, Evington House, Old Normanton, Derby, b. 

Oct. 16, 1884. R.A.S.C, M.T. 1915. Mesopotamia and India. 
Bush, Hugh Lancelot Sept., 1900— July, 1902 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Oct. 19, 1885. 
Coote, Arthur Philip Sept., 1900— Dec, 1903 Brook. 

s. of the late Sir Algernon Coote, Bart. b. Jan. 24, 1887. 

T.C.D. B.A., 1st CI. Respt., 1908. Trin. Coll., Camb. 1909. 

Late Sudan Political Service. Ronaldkirk, Tees Valley, Yorks. 
Crampton, Cecil Thomas Ribton Sept., 1900— Apr., 1905 Brook. 

s. of the late T. Crampton, Lowtown House, Killucan. b. Mar. 

9, 1887. El Carmen, Warren, Ontario. 
Dobson, James Mullan Sept., 1900— Apr., 1902 Priory. 

s. of the late J. E. Dobson, Middleton Grange, Hunslet, Leeds. 

b. May 9, 1886. Land agent and surveyor, d. Aug. 23, 1915. 
Elphinston, William Graham Sept., 1900 — July, 19.04 Mitre. 

s. of the late J. Elphinston, I.C.S., Bombay, b. June 5, 1886. 

LA. 1906, Poona Horse ; France 1914— 18 ; Palestine 1918— 19 ; 

Kurdistan 1919—20; M.C. Major 1920. Staff College, 

Quetta, India. 
Evans, George Victor Sept., 1900— July, 1905 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. E. M. Evans, b. July 29, 1887. Served 

with Nigerian Volunteers 1914 — 18. Political and Admin. Offr., 

Nigeria. cjo The Secretary, Southern Provinces, Lagos; and 

Royal Societies Club, 63, St. James St., S.W.I. 
Fernel'l, William Tudor Sept., 1900— Dec, 1902 Latham. 

s. of G. T. Fernell, 24, Sterndale Rd., Sheffield, b. Jan. 30, 

1886. Solicitor. 24, Sterndale Rd., Millhouses, Sheffield. 
Foster, Robert Gordon Sept., 1900— July, 1902 Latham. 

s. of W. S. Foster, Silverburn, Hoddesdon. b. Oct. 1, 1886. 

Pte. 16th Middx. Regt. 1914; 2nd Lt. (t) 12th Border Regt. 

7/16 (Commn. for distinguished conduct in the field). Seed. 

M.G.C. France 1915 — 18. Electrical engineer, cjo The Cellu- 
loid Co. of New Jersey, New Jersey, U.S.A. 
Godber, John Edward Cecil Sept.; 1900— Dec, 1906 Cross. 

S. of the late E. Godber, Cherry Hill House, Daybrook, Notting- 
ham, b. Feb. 21, 1887. d. July 11, 1920. 
Greatorex, William Anthony Sept., 190<l — Dec, 1905 Latham. 

s. of H. A. Greatorex, Stone Hall, Gt. Canfield, Dunmow. 

1). Nov. 27, 1886. F.XI. 1904, 05. Senior Prefect 1905. 
Grimsdale, Ernest Webster Sept., 1900 — July, 1903 Brook. 

s. of the late A. R. Grimsdale, Delaford, Iver, Bucks, b. July 

26, 1886. Pte. 10th R. Fus. 1914; 2nd Lt. 3rd Sherwood 

Foresters, S.R. 4/15 ; Capt. 5/17 ; France, M.C. Bowstridge, 

Gerrard's Cross, Bucks. 



1900 BURGE 213 



Grimshaw, Harold S.pt.. 1900— -D*e., 1902 Mitre. 

s. of J. Grimshaw, Keedley Grove, nr. Burnley, b. Juije 21, 1885. 

2nd Lt. Lanes. Hussars (T.F.) 8/17. Reedlev Grove, nr. Burnley. 
Grundy, Wilfred Walker Sept., 1900— Dec, 1903 Hall. 

s. of the late A. W. Grundy, Oak Lodge, Prestwich. b. Oct. 27, 

1884. G.D. Sch. 1901, 02, 03. Leaving Exh. King's Coll., 

Camb., Sch. 1st CI. Class. Pt. I. 1907. Prox. ace. Paris Gold 

Medal, Camb. Univ. 1907. MA. Camb. 1912, B.A. Dublin 

1912. Prizeman, Fellowship Exam., Dublin 1914. Classical 

lecturer, Univ. of Wales, Cardiff. The University, Cathay's 

Park, Cardiff. 
Halkett, Guy Wallace Sept., 1900 -Dec, 1904 Mitre. 

s. of the late li.U. Halkett, Walmer. b. Feb. 26, 1886. XI. 

1904.. Tea and rubber planting, Ceylon, 1911 — -16. 2nd Lt. 

(*) 1st Res. Regt. of Cav. 1918 ; attd. Middx. Yeo. Egypt 1919. 

cjo London County, Westminster c~ Parr's Bank, Ltd., 10(i, 

Finchley Rd., N.W.6. 
Henderson, William Ashwin Sept., 1900— July, 1903 Priory. 

s. of J. Henderson, Clifton, Ashbourne, b. May 19, 1885. 

Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1906. 3rd R. Scots., S.R. 4/15, Capt. 

1917. France 1915—18, M.C. Rubber broker, cjo Messrs. 

Gow, Wilson 6y Stanton, 13, Rood Lane, E.C.3. 
Hunt, Oliver Grahame Sept., 1900— Apr., 1901 Hall. 

s. of A. W. Hunt, Longlands, Lancaster, b. July 29, 1886. 

Went to Sedbergh Sch. 2nd Lt. (t) 7th R. Lane. Regt. 1914, 

Capt. 6/16; France 1916 — 18, Despatches. Prisoner of War 

3/18. Cowichan Station R.M.R., Vancouver Island, B.C. 
Hunt, Edgar Seymour Sept., 1900— Apr., 1901 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Mar. 26, 1888. Went to Sedbergh Sch. 

Wadh. Coll., Ox. 1907. H.O. Cowley Mission, India. T.C.F. 

1917 ; enlisted in Artists' Rifles 1/18 ; France 1918, discharged 

unfit 9/19. Longlands, Lancaster. 
King, Donald William Sept., 1900— Dec, 1903 Orchard. 

s. of R. W. King, Brinkley Hall, Newmarket, b. Jan. 2, 1887. 

Trooper, Suffolk Yeo. 9/14 ; 2nd Lt. 8th London Regt. (T.F.) 

9/14, France 1915—16; Capt., retired 1917. Farming. The 

Cottage, Brinklev, Newmarket. 
Lindsay, Eric Cuthbert Sept., 1900— Dec, 1904 Priory. 

s. of D. J. Lindsay, Ashburn, Strandtown, Belfast. b. Apr. 24, 

1887. Avonvale, Keady, Co. Armagh. 
Lindsell, William Frederick Sept., 1900— Oct., 1901 J.H.G. 

s. of F. R. B. Lindsell, Oldfield House, Altrincham. b. Oct. 12, 

1886. 5th Cheshire Regt. (T.F.) 11/14, Lt. 6/16 ; France 1918 

— 19. Solicitor, now in business. 35, Shrewsbury Rd., 

Birkenhead. 
Louis, Gerald John Sept., 1900— July, 1902 Hall. 

s. of the late A. Louis, Buxton, b. Nov. 23, 1885. Mechanical 

engineer. 2nd Lt. It), R.A.S.C. 11/14, Capt. 4/16 ; France 1915. 

K. in A., May 22, 1916. 
McGibbon, Gilbert Donald Sept., 1900— July, 1902 Priory. 

s. of R. D. McGibbon, K.C., Montreal, b. July 19, 1885. Capt. 

13th R. Highrs. of Canada, C.E.F. 1914 ; France 1915. K. in 

A., at Ypres, Apr. 20, 1916. 
McGibbon, Roy Hosmer Sept., 1900— July, 1903 Priory. 

br. of the above, b. Sept. 10, 1886. McGill Univ. M.D., 

CM. 1911 ; D.P.H. 1922. C.A.M.C. 8/14, Majorl2/16 ; France, 

Despatches. Med. Supt., Ste. Anne's Hospital, Ste. Anne de 

Bellevue, P.Q., Canada. 
McGibbon, Philip Graham Sept., 1900— July, 1904 Priory. 

br. of the above. b. Dec. 7, 1887. Lightweight boxer, 



214 BURGE 1900 



Aldershot, 1904. Lt. 60th Bn. C.E.F. France 1917—19. c/o 

Dr. R. H. McGibbon, Ste. Anne's Hosp., Ste. Anne de Bellevue, 

P.Q., Canada. 
Marshall, Russell Hardy Sidney Sept., 1900— July, 1903 Latham. 

s. of Rev. Canon E. T. Marshall, O.K. b. Sept. IS, 1885. O K 

Sch. 1903. M.R.C.S., L.R.CP. 1909. I. ate of Melanesian 

Mission, Solomon Islands. R.A.M.C. 1916, Capt. 1917; 

France, Salonica, Palestine, 1916 — 18. 6, Upper Brook St., 

Oswestry, Salop. 
Moss, Maurice Reginald Sept., 1900— July, 1906 Orchard. 

s. of the late George Moss, Liverpool, b. Oct. 22, 1886. Solicitor. 

d. Mar. 21, 1914. 
Mountfleld, David D'Oyly Sept., 1900— Dec, 1903 Hall. 

s. of Rev. D. W. Mountfleld, Horsford Vic, Norwich, b. Mar. 

6. 1885. Pemb. Coll., Camb. Great War, Pte. R.A.S.C. M.T. 

Horsford Vic, Norwich. 
Orton, John Swafneld Sept., 1900— July, 1905 Cross. 

s. of the late Rev. J. S. Orton. b. Sept. 26, 1886. Pemb. Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1908. Wells Theol. Coll. HO. Edmonton 

Mission 1915 — 17 ; R. of Innisfail, Alia., Canada. 
Parker, Vincent Henry Goodhand Sept., 1900 —Dec, 1906 Hall. 

Left same term, and re-entered the School in Apr.. 1904. 
Pldduck, Thomas Staley Sept., 1900— July, 1904 Hall. 

s. of T. Pidduck, The Woodlands, Alsager. b. Sept. 1, 1886. 

The Woodlands, Alsager. 
Raven, Horace George Sept., 1900— Dec, 1904 Orchard. 

s. of W. Raven, Portland House, Knighton, Leicester, b. Jan. 

5, 1888. H.A.C. (T.F.) 1/17, Lt. 7/18: France 1917—18. 

Aberglaslyn Hall, Beddgelert, N. Wales. 
Redman, George Bertram Sept., 1900 -Jury, 1905 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. J. Redman, C.M.S., India, b. July 28, 1886. Fxh. 

Sch. 1902. D.M. Fxh. G.D. Sch. Jesus Coll., Camb. 1st 

Bell Sch. 1906. B.A., 1st CI. Class. Pt. I., 1908. 1st CI. Theol. 

Pt. I. 1910. Naden Student. Ridley Hall, Camb. 1912. H.O. 

C.M.S. Mission, Masulipatam 1913—19. CMS., Khammainett, 

Nizam's Horn., India. 
Sale, Michael Ormerod Sept., 1900 July, 1905 Priory. 

s. of W. T. Sale, The Forbury, Leominster, b. Apr. 7, 1887. 

Univ. Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Mod. Hist., 1908. Pte. 5th 

London Regt. (T.F.) 1915. Author's Club. 2. Whitehall Court. 

S.W.I, and Hasguard Villa. New Rd., Barnet. 
Seedorff, Frederick J acob Sept., 1900 — July, 1905 Cross. 

afterwards Seaford. s. of H. D. Seedorff, Avon House, George- 
town, b. July 7, 1886. F.XI. 1904. XL 1905. Head 

Prefect 1904. Engineer. Alain St., Georgetown, B. Guiana. 
Thompson, Cecil Herring Sept., 1900— July, 1904 Latham. 

s. of J. L. Thompson, The Croft, Sunderland, b. Xov. 21. 1885. 

Shooting VIII. 1903, Capt. 1904. Shipbuilder, d. Dec. 28, 1913. 
Tilly, John Sept., 1900— July, 1904 Hall. 

s. of T. H. Tilly, Seaton Carew. b. June 14, 1886. Pemb. Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1908. Solicitor. 2nd Lt. (/) 8th Yorks. Regt. 

9/14, Capt 6/16 ; France and Italy 1915—18, M.C. K. in A., 

June 8, 1918. 
Turner, Arthur Brooke Sept., 1900— July, 1906 J.H.G. & Mitre. 

s. of the late A. Turner, Birchfields, Perry Barr, Birmingham. 

b. June 22, 1887. Shooting VIII. 1904, 05, Capt. 1906. 

Lightweight boxer, Aldershot. 1905, 06. Univ. Coll., Ox. 

B.A., 2nd CI. Law, 1909. 3rd CI. Hons. Solicitor's Final 1913. 

6th R. Warwicks. Regt. (T.F), Capt. 11/14; France 1914—16, 

M.C. Solicitor. Stocks Cottage, Tring, Herts. 



1900 BURGE 215 

Wakefield, John Hylbert Sept., 1900— July, 1906 Mitre 

s. of J. E. W. Wakefield, Amberd House, Taunton, b. Oct. 6, 
188G. XI. 1905. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1908. W. Somer- 
set Yeo. (T.F.), Lt. 7/15 ; Gallipoli 1915. Little Barrow, 
Moreton-in-Marsh. 

Webb, Allan Bonville Hay Sept., 1900— Dec, 1904 Cross. 

s. of C. R. Hay Webb. b. May 25, 1886. Exh. Feather- 
weight boxer, Aldershot, 1904. 5th Gurkha Rifles F.F. 1907, 
Capt. France 1914, Gallipoli 1915. d. of w., Aug. 23, 
1915. 

Williams, Neville Scott Sept., 1900— July, J904 Brook. 

s. of N. Williams, M.B., Harrogate, b. Dec. 23, 1885. Clare 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1907. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1910. M.B., 
B.Ch. 1910. Hons. Diploma, Lond. Sch. of Trop. Med. 1914. 
Uganda Med. Service 1914—17 ; Lt. (*) R.A.M.C. 1917—19 ; 
Mesopotamia, c/o H.C.B., Kinshasa, Congo Beige. 

Beardsley, Harry Howard Jan., 1901 — July, 1901 Orchard, 

s. of S. Beardsley, 20, Hamilton Rd., Sherwood Rise, Notting- 
ham, b. July 26, 1886. Farmer. O.T.C. 1914 ; 2nd Lt. (/) 
R. Sussex Regt. 1915 ; Lt. M.G.C. 11/15 ; France 1917 ; invalided 
out 1919. d. as result of War service, June 14, 1920. 

Black, Tom Stubley Jan., 1901 — Apr., 1903 Priory. 

s. of W. Black, The Lodge, Elton Manor, Notts. b. Jan. 2, 
1885. Shooting VIII. 1902. 7th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.). 
O.C. 46th N. Midland Divl. Cyclist Coy., France 1915. Capt. 
1918. Dir., Printing Company. Red ~H ouse, Se aero ft, Lines. 

Butler, Ernest Jan., 1901— July, 1902 Priory. 

s. of S. Butler, The Willows, Bramley, Leeds, b. Mar. 3, 1886. 
2nd Lt. R.F.C. Equipment Offr. 8/16 ; R.A.F. Admin. Ofifr. 4/18 ; 
Lt., France 1917 — 19. Merchant. Cranford, Burley-in- 
Wharfedale. 

Carline, Sydney William Jan., 1901— July, 1904 Orchard. 

s. of the late G. F. Carline, R.B.A. b. Aug. 14, 1888. Lt. 
R.F.C, S.R. 3/16, France and Italy 1916—18. Official Artist 
to Imp. War Museum for R.A.F. Sect., Italy, Palestine, and 
Mesopotamia 1918 — 19. Head of Ruskin Drawing Sch. 1922. 
Ruskin School, Ashmoleum Museum, and 163, Walton St., 
Oxford. 

Cattley, Mark Oswald Jan., 1901— Mar., 1904 Mitre, 

s. of O.J. Cattley, Constitutional Club, S.W. b. Oct. 8, 1887. 
Business. Caixa do Correio 1010, Rio de Janeiro. 

Deuchar, John Lindsay Jan., 1901— July, 1905 Hall. 

s. of the late J. J. W. Deuchar, The Cedars, Norwich, b. Dec. 
30, 1886. King's Coll., Camb. B.A., 2nd CI. Hist. 1908. 
LL.B. 1911. 2nd Lt. (t) Tank Corps. 12/16, Lt. 1918. Secre- 
tary, The Eastner-Kellner Alkali Co., Ltd. Helsby, Mossley 
Hill, Liverpool. 

Drummond, Kearsley Mathwin Jan , 1901— July, 1903 Hall. 
s. of D. Drummond, M.D., 6, Saville Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
b. Sept. 14, 1885. Merchant. 2nd Lt., North'd. Fus. 9/14 ; 
Capt. 6/16 ; France 1915—18, M.C. K. in A., Mar. 24, 1918. 

Drummond, Angus Hamilton Claude Jan., 1901 — July, 1903 Hall, 
br. of the above, b. Aug. 16, 1886. Farming. Muirend, 
Newcastle, Natal, S. Africa. 

Fisher, Sydney Humbert Jan., 1901 — July, 1903 Hall, 

s. of E. Fisher, Aspley Guise, Beds. b. Feb. 9, 1887. District 
Traffic Supt., L. & N.W.R. Cavendish Club, Piccadilly, W.l. 

Gibbs, George Beresford Jan., 1901 — July, 1902 ' Latham, 

s. of R. R. Gibbs, Malvern House, Solihull. Pembroke Coll., 
Ox. Malvern House, Solihull. 



216 BURGE 1901 



Grundy, Arthur Mather Jan., 1901— July, 1906 Hall, 

s. of the late A. W. Grundy, Oak Lodge, Prestwich. b. Dec. 27, 

1886. Leaving Exh. Hert. Coll., Ox., Math. Sch. 1905 ; Prox. 
Ace. Jun. Math. Exh. Ox. Univ. ; 1st CI. Math. Mods. 1908 ; 
B.A., 1st CI. Math. Finals 1909 ; Sen. Math. Sch. Ox. Univ. 
1912; M.A. 1913; Math. Lect, Lampeter 1911—13; Math. 
Instr., R.M.A. Woolwich 1913 — 20. Snowdenham, Boars Hill, 
Oxford. 

Hallam, Gilbert Jan., 1901— July, 1903 Orchard. 

s. of A. Hallam, Oak Hill, 52, Parker's Rd., Sheffield, b. May 

24, 1886. 4th Hamps. Regt. (T.F.) 12/15 ; Lt. 7/17 ; N.W. 

Frontier, India 1916/Palestine 1917 — -18. c/o Edgar Allen and 

Co., Ltd., Imperial Steel Works, Sheffield, and 32, Rutland 

Park, Sheffield. 
Hitchcock, Keith Arthur Garrad Jan., 1901— July, 1904 Hall. 

s. of A. W. Hitchcock, 62, Lancaster Gate, W. b. May 29, 1887. 

Actor-manager (Keith G. Kenneth). 
Macan, William Harry Reginald Jan., 1901 — Dec, 1902 Priory. 
- s. of the late W. Macan, Alward House, Salisbury, b. Feb. 7, 

1887. Fell off cliff whilst shooting penguin on Tristan d'Acunha, 
and was buried there Feb., 1905. 

Miles, Louis ViUette Jan., 1901 — Dec, 1903 Priory. 

s. of the late Rev. L. V. Miles, b. Aug. 9, 1886. Driver, 

Signal Coy., Canadian Engineers ; France 1916 — 17. Electri- 
cal engineer. Lansdown House, Cheltenham. 
Murdoch, William Watson Arthur Roy 

Jan., 1901 — July, 1905 Orchard. 

s. of W. L. Murdoch, 39, Laurie Park Rd., Sydenham, b. Oct. 

13, 1885. XL 1905. 2nd Lt. (/), R.F.C. 2/17. 
Parkin, Reginald Charles Jan., 1901 — July, 1905 Brook. 

s. of the late Rev. D. D. Parkin, b. May 24, 1886. XI. 1903, 

04, 05. F.XI. 1903, Capt. 1904. Clare Coll., Camb. 20th 

London Regt. (T.F.) 7/15, Lt. 4/17 ; France. Copper Cottage, 

Borough Green, Kent. 
Plimpton, Robert Albert Jan., 1901— Dec, 1905 Mitre. 

s. of A. W. Plimpton, Beverley, Yorks. b. May 6, 1887. 

Farming. 2nd Lt. (t), 13th Arg. and Suthd. Highrs. ; Capt. 

6/16 ; France, attd. 4th Black Watch, M.C. with Bar. K. in A., 

Sept. 27, 1917. 
Selwyn- Smith, Charles Joseph Jan., 1901— Apr., 1903 Hall. 

s. of the late J. H. Smith, b. Nov. 2, 1886. Paymaster Lt. 

R.N. H.M.S. "Actaeon," 1918. 
Trotter, Frowyke Jan., 1901— July, 1904 Brook. 

s. of S. Trotter, O.R. b. Dec. 22, 1886. Clare Coll., Camb. 

2nd Lt. R.E., I.W. & D., 3/17, Lt. 8/17; France 1917—19 ; 

O.C. No. 12 Port Construction Coy. Civil engineer, c/o 

Imperial War Graves Commn., St. Omer, and Chez Mme. Batich, 

Warloy Baillon, Somme, France. 
Urquhart, James Warden Jan., 1901 — Mar., 1904 Cross. 

s. of D. J. Urquhart, Kelvinside, Glasgow, b. Aug. 7, 1886. 

H. B. M. Charge D'Affaires in Colombia 1918—19. Dir., 

Urquhart, Carvalho & Co., Ltd., London and Bogota, c/o 

Urquhart, Carvalho & Co., Ltd., Apartado No. 3HH, Bogota, 

Colombia, S. America. 
Wallis, Norman Lyell Jan., 1901— Dec, 1904 Orchard. 

s. of the late W. E. Wallis, A.R.I.B.A. b. Dec. 2, 1886. 

London Univ. B.Sc 1st CI. Hons. ; A.C.G.I. ; D.I.C. ; 

A.M.Inst.C.E. c/o Port of London Authority, West India 

Docks, E.14. 



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Wright, Robert Gerald Jan., 1901— Dec, 1903 Brook, 

s. of T. R. I). Wright, The Glenfall, nr. Cheltenham, b. May 
15, 1888. Passed 1st into R.M.A. Woolwich, passed out 7th, 
Prize for Military Topography 1906. R.E. 1908. France 1914 
— 18, Despatches twice. Capt. 1914, Ajd. 55th Divl. R.E. 
(T.F.) 1920. The Corner Bungalow, Lower Bebington, Cheshire. 

FORD, Headmaster, 1901—1910. 

Barker, John Malcolm May, 1901— July, 1904 Cross. 

s. of the late C. Mylne Barker, 15, Bedford Row, W.C. b. Feb. 

14, 1888. R. Anglesey R.E., S R. ; France 1914—18, 

Despatches, M.C. ; Mesopotamia 1921— 22 ; Capt. 11/17. The 

Hutch, 272, Marsh Lane, Erdingtou, Birmingham. 
Bell, George Frederick May, 1901— July, 1904 Hall. 

s. of the late G. Bell, Moorlands, Gosforth. b. June 15, 1887. 

Farming. Mindrum, Northumberland. 
Biles, John Harvard May, 1901— July, 1904 Hall. 

s. o Sir J. H. Biles, LL.D. b. Mar. 15, 1887. Engineer. 

Partner, Sir J. H. Biles & Co., London and Glasgow. North 

Cliff, Wemyss Bay, Renfrewshire. 
Bright, Frank Arnold May, 1901— July, 1904 Hall. 

s. of Sir Joseph Bright, Lincoln Villa, The Park, Nottingham. 

b. Mar. 11, 1887. 7th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 8/14 ; France 

1915. K. in A., Oct. 13, 1915. 
Dawson, James Hamilton Thomas May, 1901 — July, 1905 Priory. 

s. of J. A. Dawson, St. Albans House, Newmarket, b. June 23, 

1886. Shooting VIII. 1904, 05. Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A. 
1908. Worcester Yeo. (T.F.) 10/14 ; Suvla Bay ; for 1\ years 
Prisoner of War in Asia Minor ; Capt. T.F. Res. Estate agent. 
St. Albans House, Newmarket. , 

Downing, Edward Victor May, 1901— July, 1904 Brook. 

s. of the late Col. E. Downing, V.D., J. P. b. Mar. i8, 1887. 

Engineer. 7, Beverley Gardens, Cullercoats, Northumb. 
Haslam, Reginald May, 1901 — June, 1902 Latham. 

s. of W. H. Haslam, Oakleigh, Burnley, b. July 19, 1886. 

Mill manager. 
Johnson, Frank Charles May, 1901— Dec, 1905 Hall. 

s. of R. L. Johnson, Butterton Hall, Newcastle, Staffs, b. Apr. 

8, 1887. XI. 1904,05. F.XI. 1904, Capt. 1905. Earthenware 

manufacturer. Belle Vue House, Congleton, Cheshire. 
Killick, Richard May, 1901— July, 1905 Brook. 

s. of T. W. Killick, Southfield, Bowdon, Cheshire, b. Sept. 2, 

1887. Merchant's office, Madras, 1908. 2nd Lt., 6th Manch. 
Regt. (T.F.) 8/14 ; Dardanelles. K. in A., May 19, 1915. 

Luther, John Wentworth May, 1901— Dec, 1902 Priory, 

s. of F. Luther, 8, Adelaide Crescent, Brighton, b. July 16, 
1886. Paymr. Sublt. R.N.V.R. during War. Joint Head- 
master Prep. Sch., Beaumont House, Heronsgate, Chorley Wood ; 
and junior Carlton Club. 

Richards, Frederic Henry May, 1901 — Dec, 1901 Orchard. 

s. of H. W r . H. Richards, Phoenix Cottage, Leicester. b. Mar. 
14, 1887. Trooper, Leics. Yeo. (T.F.) 8/14 ; 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 
6/16; Lt. 7/17. France 1914 — 19. Phcenix Cottage, Leicester. 

Shaw, William May, 1901 — Apr., 1903 Orchard, 

s. of W. S. C. Shaw, 21, Kingswood Avenue, W. b. Sept. 11, 
1886. 

Smith, Wilfrid Caburn May, 1901— Apr., 1907 Cross, 

s. of T. Smith, O.R. b. Jan. 4, 1888. F.XI. 1906. 6th 
K.R.R.C, S.R., 1/15 ; O.C. 17th R. Fus. 6/18 ; OC. 20th 
K.R.R.C, 5/19 ; France 1915—18, Despatches 3 times, D.S.O. 



218 FORD 1901 



with Bar, M.C. ; Cologne 12/18—2/20. Chartered Accountant. 

Cash, Stone & Co., 90, Cannon St., E.C.4, and 77. Cumberland 

Mansions, W.l. 
Spry, Arthur Leighton Hume- May. 1901 — Dec. 1904 Hall. 

s. of the late A. Hume-Spry. b. Jan. 5, 1887. 1st R. Warwicks. 

Regt. 2nd Lt. Mohmand Exp., Despatches, recommended for 

D.S.O. Died of wounds received, June 18, 1908. 
Stokes, Henry Stephen May, 1901 — July, 1904 Hall. 

s. of the late S. H. Stokes, Longdon, Rugeley. b. Dec. 11, 1885. 

2nd Lt. 1st Welsh Guards 7/15 ; France 1915—17, Despatches, 

M.C. Capt. Res. of Off. Longdon, Rugeley, Staffs. 
Stoney, Richard Brooke Butler- May, 1901— Dec, 1905 Mitre. 

s. of C. Butler-Stonev, Portland Park, Portland, Co. Tipperary. 

b. May 2, 1887. Shooting VIII. 1904, 05. R.F.A. 1907. 

France 1914 — 18, Despatches twice, M.C, Croix de Guerre (Fr.). 

Major 1917. c/o Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W. 1. 
Surtees, Richard Scott May, 1901 — July, 1904 Cross. 

s. of R. V. Surtees, The Fishlocks, Dinsdale-on-Tees. b. Feb. 

28, 1886. Trooper, N.Z. Mtd. Rifles 1914. Katikati, Waihi, 

N.Z. 
Toller, Randolph Taylor May, 1901 — Mar.. 1904 Cross. 

s. of the late C. G. Toller, b. Apr. 14, 1886. c/o Lloyds Bank 

Ltd., Westminster House, Millbank. SWA. 
Walker, Peter Arthur Carlaw May, 1901- -Dec., 1906 Hall. 

s of A. Walker, Mead Hill, Torquay, Devon, b. Apr. 7. 1887. 

Shooting VIII. 1906. Ranching in B.C. 2nd Lt., Derbys. 

Yeo. Accidentally killed, near Reading, Sept. 14, 1911. 
Ward, Ivor Fanshawe' May, 1901 — Dec, 1904 Brook. 

s. of the late F. F. Ward. b. Feb. 3, 1887. Trin. Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1908. Solicitor. Asst. Solicitor, Norwich Union Life 

Office. Salhouse Hall, Norwich. 
Warren, Walter Kenneth May, 1901 — Apr., 1905 Brook. 

s. of W. S. Warren, Essendene, Caterham. b. June 1, 1886. 

2nd Lt. (t) R.A.S.C. 2/15, Capt. 1/16 ; France, Salonici. Serbia, 

Despatches. Tea planting in Assam since 1908. Rajah Alii, 

Hoogrigan P.O., Assam. 
Williams, Arthur Vernon May, 1901 — Dec, 1904 Priory. 

s. of F. Williams. 92, High St., Oxford, b. May 5, 1886. F.XT. 

1904. Served through German S.W. African Campaign. 

Agric. Dept., P.O. Box 29, Salisbury. Rhodesia. 
Barnardo, Cvril Gordon Sept., 1901 — July, 1905 Mitre. 

s. of the late Dr. T. J. Barnardo, F.R.C.S. ' b. Doc 18, 1886. 

Kxh. G.D. Sch. XT. 1904. 05. Ball. Coll., Ox. B.A. 1909. 

cfo Charities Commission, London. 
Batty, Esoine Robert Fit /.Herbert Sept., 1901 — Dec, 1905 Priory. 

s. of E. F. Batty, 2, Isabella Place, Combe Down, Bath. b. Jan. 

15, 1888. Agric. Coll., Tamworth. Pte. 24th Bn. 6th Infy. 

Regt., A.I.F. 1914; Gallipoli, Egypt and France 1916—18. 

Fruit farming. G.P.O., Melbourne, Australia. 
Beresford, Gilbert Adrian Sept., 1901— July, 1903 Hall. 

s. of Rev. E. A. Beresford. b. Dec. 8, 1886! St. John's Coll., 

Camb. 1906. B.A. 1910. 2nd Lt., R.F.A., retired 1915, owing 

to ill-health. 
Berrington, Leslie George Sept., 1901 — Apr., 1903 Orchard. 

s. of R. E. W. Berrington, Graiseley, Wolverhampton, b. Apr. 

21, 1886. Gonv. and Cains Coll., Camb. L. Th. Durh. HO. 

Chttrchover Red., Rugby. 
Bodkin, Gilbert Edwin Sept., 1901— July. 1905 Cross. 

s. of F. E. Bodkin, 5a, High St., St. John's Wood. b. July 29, 

1886. Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1908 ; Camb. Univ. Diploma 



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of Agric. 1910; Agric. Research, Camb. 1910 — 11. Govt. 

Economic Biologist, Brit. Guiana 1911; Carnegie Schol. in 

Economic Entomology 1912 — 13. Asst. Dir., Science and 

Agric, and Dep. Chm., Bd. of Agric, Brit. Guiana 1919. 

Appointed Govt. Entomologist, Palestine 1922. 5a, High St., 

St. John's Wood, N.W.8. 
Charleswortb, Eric Barff Sept., 1901— Dec, 1903 Hall. 

s. of the late J. Charlesworth, Lofthouse Park, Wakefield. 

b. June 5, 1886. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1907. Line. Inn. 

d. Mar. 2, 1911. 
Gheatle, Walter John North Sept., 1901— July, 1906 Priory. 

s. of the late T. H. Cheatle, Burford. b. Oct. 27, 1887. Exh. 

O.R. Exh. 1906. Ball., Coll., Ox. B.A. 1909. 1st K.O. 

Scottish Borderers 1910. Lt. Egypt, and Dardanelles. K. in 

A., Gallipoli, April 26, 1915. 
Clemson, Edward Sept., 1901 — Mar., 1904 Mitre. 

s. of the late J. H. Clemson, Brookfield, Manchester, b. Sept. 

6, 1886. Trooper, Suffolk Yeo. (T.F.) 8/14; 2nd Lt. 3rd 

Suffolk Regt. 4/15 ; Lt. 9/16 ; France. Egypt, Salonica and 

Bulgaria 1915- — 18, Despatches, M.C. Farming. The Oakes, 

East Bergholt, Suffolk. 
Cubltt, Victor Murray Sept., 1901— July, 1905 Cross. 

s. of E. G. Cubitt, Honing Hall, Norfolk, b. Oct. 15, 18S7. 

2nd Lt., 5th Norfolk Regt. (I.F.) 9/14; Lt. 6/15; Gallipoli. 

K. in A., at Suvla Bay, Aug. 12, 1915. 
Cumberland, James Albert Sept., 1901 — Dec, 1903 Cross. 

s. of the late J . Cumberland, Manor House, Borrowash. b. June 

30, 1887. Inns of Court O.T.C. 1915 ; 2nd Lt. 7th Wore Regt. 

(T.F.) 1/17 ; Lt., France 1917—18. Travelling for Wholesale 

Stationers. 13, Birkland Avenue, Nottingham. 
Cumberland, Charles Ernest Sept., 1901 — Dec, 1903 Cross. 

br. of the above, b. Sept. 1, 1888. 4th Sherwood Foresters 

1914, Lt. 1917 ; France, Despatches 3 times, Croix de Guerre 

with Palm. Estate agent. 2, Mount Hooton, Nottingham. 
Davies, Cyril Nutcombc Sept., 1901 — Apr., 1906 Latham. 

s. of Lt.-Col. W. T. F. Davies, C.M.G., D.S.O., M. D. b. May 22 

1887. F.XI. 1905. Transvaal Univ. Coll., 1907—10. Capt. 
Assoc. Football 1908, 09, 10. Capt. Hockey 1909. Capt. 
Cricket 1910. Mining engineer. Trooper, Imp. Lt. Horse, 
German S.W. Africa, 1914—15; 2nd Lt. (/) R.E. 1/16, Capt. 
10/18 ; France 1916—17. d. Mar. 1, 1919. 

Gifford, Norga Ernest Sept., 1901— Apr., 1906 J.H.G. & Hall. 

s. of E. A. Gilford, Kinross, Winchester, b. June 11, 1888. 

2nd Lt. (t) 7th Leic Regt. 9/14, Capt. 10/15 ; France 1915—10. 

K. in A., July 14, 1916. 
Green, Frederick Mason Sept., 1901 — Apr., 1903 Mitre. 

s. of F. W. Green, Collyers, Nazeing. b. Apr. 20, 1885. Capt. 

22nd London Regt. (T.F.) ; Capt. Manch. Regt. (Regular 

Commn.) 7/16 ; France 1915 — 18 ; Major Res. of Off. Collyers, 

Nazeing, Essex. 
Hall, Henry Mitchell Sept., 1901— July, 1907 Cross. 

s. of F. H. Hall, Craiglands, Dalkey, Co. Dublin, b. July 20, 

1889. R.G.A., S.R., 7/16; Lt. 1/18 ; France 1916— 19. Grain 

importer. 32, Nassau St., Dublin. 
Hall, Montagu Edward Heath Sept., 1901— July, 1905 Hall. 

s. of the late E. A. Hall, of Castleton Hall, Derbys. b. Mar. 29. 

1888. Pte. 16th Middx. Regt. 12/14 ; 2nd Lt. 3rd S. Lan. 
Regt., S.R. 5/15, Lt. 7/17 ; Mesopotamia and India 1916—18 ; 
Archangel J918— 19, 8, Gt. Winchester St., E.C. 



220 ford 1901 



Ho wden, Patrick Eraser Sept., 1901 — July, 1906 Brook. 

s. of J. M. Howden, O.K. b. Mar. 17, 1888. Trin. Coll., 

Camb. 2nd Lt. R.F.A. (T.F.) 8/14; invalided 1916 ; Major, 

Secret Service 1917 — 18. 
Hoyle, Edward Joseph Theakston Sept , 1901 -July, 1903 Orchard. 

s. of the late J. Hoyle, Northfield House, Scalby. b. May 21, 

1886. Trooper, Mtd. Inf. Vol. Corps 1916—18. Auctioneer 
and land agent. Clifton Chambers, 22, Park St., Selby, and 
The Anchorage, Doncaster. 

Hull, Charles Dunsdon Sept., 1901— Julv, 1905 Latham. 

s. of H. C. Hull, Box 246, Cape Town. b. Jan. 26, 1887. XI. 

1905. Emm. Coll., Camb. Trooper, Imp. Lt. Horse 1915, 

German W. Africa. Farming. Vermaas Station, Dist. Lich- 

lenburg, Transvaal. 
Lea -Wilson, Wilfrid Barclay Sept ., 1901— July, 1904 Brook. 

s. of Rev. C. Lea-Wilson, (den Willyn, N'orthwood. b. Sept. 10, 

1887. Trin. Coll., Camb. 1908. B.A. 1911. HO. Box 56. 
Kampala, Uganda, E. Africa. 

Mackay, Donald John Ever all Sept., 1901 — Apr., 1905 Latham, 
s. of the late G. D. Mackay, Bryn Hyfryd, Whitchurch, Cardiff. 
b. Sept. 23, 1886. Pte. Artist's Rifles (T.F.) 1/16; France 
1916— 17 ; 2nd Lt. (/) R.E. 9/17, Lt. 3/19; France 1918—19. M.C. 

Mackenzie, Maurice Sept., 1901— Dec, 1904 Hall. 

s. of the late Sir Stephen Mackenzie, M.D. b. June 14, 1887. 
Exh. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1911. Lt., R.A.M.C. ; France, Des- 
patches. Killed, while attending a wounded man under fire, 
Nov. 28, 1915. 

Mammatt, Edward Martin Sept., 1901— Dec, 1906 Latham, 
s. of the late Rev. A. S. Mammatt. b. June 20, 1888. F.XI. 
1904, 05, Capt. 1906. 2nd Lt. (/) Leics. Regt. France 1917—18. 
Wine and spirit merchant. Ashbv-de-la-Zouch. 

Marshall, Evelyn Saffery Sept., 1901— July, 1905 Latham. 

s. of Rev. Canon E. T. Marshall, O.R. b. Jan. 28, 1887. Min- 
ing engineer, Transvaal. Despatch rider, R. Fus. 9/14 ; 2nd 
Lt. (t) 9th R. Warwick Regt. 1/15, Capt. 12/18 ; Gallipoli 1915 
(both evacuations), Mesopotamia, with Kut Relief Force, 
Despatches twice, d. of w., Apr. 6, 1916. 

Mathieson, John Sept., 1901— Dec., L903 Priory. 

s. of the late |. Mathieson, Gen. Manager, Midland Kv., Derby, 
b. July 7, 1885. 2nd Lt. (t) Kith A. and S. Highrs. 12'/14, Capt. 
2/16. France 1917 — 19. Electrical engineer. Hongkong 
House, Calcutta, and 64, Iverna Court, I]'. 8. 

Meakin, Edward Cart wright Sept., 1901— Dec, 1903 Hall, 

s. of G. Meakin, Trent House, Branstone, Burton-on-Trent. 
b. Dec. 31, 1886. Motor engineer. 

Mintoft, Thomas Christian Sept., 1901 — Dec, 1904 Latham, 

s. of T. J. Mintoft, Alne Low Hall, nr. York. b. Nov. 6, 1886. 
Shooting VIII. 1904. R.M.C. Sandhurst 1905, 1st Yorks. 
Regt. 1909. Interpreter in Cape Dutch. E. African Campaign 
1914—15 ; France 1916—18. Empld. W.A.F.F. since 1918 ; 
Major W.A.F.F. 1921. Capt. Green Howards 1914. Naval 
and Military Club, W.l, and Alne Low Hall, nr. York. 

Neve, Clement Treves Sept., 1901— Dec, 1904 Brook, 

s. of Rev. C. A. Neve, Haydon Vic, Sherborne, b. Sept. 26, 
1887. Exh. M.B., B.S. Lond. 1911; F.R.C.S. 1913. R.A.M.C. 
1915—19, Capt. 1916 ; Egypt and France. 49. Addiscombe 
Ed., Croydon. 

Nicholls, Frederick Walter Sept., 1901- Mai., 1904 Mitre, 

s. of S. Nicholls, Oak Hall, Buckhurst Hill. b. Aug. 30, 1886. 
Land agent and surveyor. Oak Hall, Buckhurst Hill, Essex. 



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Ozanne, Ronald Cathcart Sept., 1901— Oct., 1901 J.H.G. 

s. of F. N. Ozanne, M.R.C.S., Harrogate, b. July 15, 1887. 

Went to Haileybury Coll. Hert. Coll., Ox. B.A., 1st CI. Nat. 

Sci., 1909. M.B., B.Ch. 1913. R.A.M.C., S.R ., 1915—19 ; 

Despatches, Bt. Major. 27, Swan Rd., Harrogate. 
Philpot, Hamlet Cunningham Vachell 

Sept., 1901— July, 1906 Latham. 

s. of H. S. Philpot, Ottawa, Canada, b. Oct. 21, 1887. Exh. 

F.S. G.D. Sch. Wadh. Coll., Ox., Sch. I.C.S. 1911. c/o 

King, Hamilton &■ Co., Calcutta. 
Price, Walter Longsdon Sept., 1901 — Mar., 1904 Priory. 

s. of J. Price, Sandcroft, Sandford Rd., Moseley, Birmingham. 

b. Feb. 2, 1886. XI. 1903. F.XI. 1903. Corpl. 5th Inf. Bn. 

C.E. F. 1914; 2nd Lt. 4th N. Lan. Regt. (T.F.) 4/15, Capt. 4/18; 

France. 123, Sinclair Rd., Kensington, W.li. 
Ringrose, George Howard John Sept., 1901 — Apr., 1903 Hall. 

s. of the late C. J. Ringrose, J. P., Coltingham Grange, Hull. b. 

June 8, 1886. Rockv Mountain House, Alia, Canada. 
Smith-Rewse, Henry Gilbert Sept., 1901— July, 1907 Hall. 

s. of Rev. Canon G. F. Smith-Rewse, O.R. b. Aug. 7, 1887. 

F.XI. 1905, 06. Head Prefect 1905, 06. Emm. Coll., Camb. 

2nd Lt. 3rd Suffolk Regt. S.R., 10/14; Capt. 1916; France. 

Nettlestead Chase, Norwich. 
Spence, Douglas Leigh Sept., 1901 — Apr., 1905 Orchard. 

s. of the late W. J. Spence, Syston, Leics. b. Mar. 27, 1888. 

Selwyn Coll., Camb. B.A., 3rd CI. Nat. Sci. Pt. I., 1908. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1913. M.A., MB., B.Ch. 1920. Ho. 

Surg. Bedford County Hosp. 1913—16. R.A.M.C. 8/16-12/19, 

Capt. ; France. The Limes, Melhsham. Wilts. 
Stcoks, Michael Sumner Sept., 1901— -Dec, 1904 Cross. 

s. of the late Rev. C. D. Stooks. b. Sept. 29, 1888. Merchant's 

clerk, c/o Dalgety & Co., Ltd., 16, Finsburv Circus, E.C.2, and 

72, Boilean Rd., Ealing, W . 
Turner, Noel Vernon Cyril Sept., 1901— July, 1905 Hall. 

s. of the late T. N. Turner, Dunstead, Langley Mill. b. May 12, 

1887. XI. 1903, 04, 05. F.Z.S. 2nd Lt. City of London Yeo. 

(T.F.) 9/14, Capt. 6/16; France 1916— 18," Despatches. 2, 

Sloave Court, S.W.3. 
Webster, Philip Dodsley Sept., 1901— Dec, 1904 Mitre. 

s. of the late J. D. Webster, Sunbury, Sheffield, b. Dec. 9, 1886. 

Farming. Field View, Lorlev Lane, Stratford-on-Avon. 
Crawford, John Neville Oct., 1901 — July, 1905 Brook. 

s. of Rev. J. C. Crawford, 63, Merton Hall Rd., Wimbledon, 

S.W.I 9. 1>.~ Dec. 1, 1886. XT. 1902, 03, 04, Capt. 1905. 

F.XI. 1904. M.C.C. XT. S. Africa 1905. M.C.C. XI. Australia 

1908-09. Asst. Master, St. Peter's Coll., Adelaide 1909—11. 
Astle, Reginald Wystan Jan., 1902— July, 1907 Home B. 

6. of the late Joseph Astle, Repton. b. Feb. 13, 1890. Pte., 

5th K.O. Y.L.I. 8/16; France. K. in A.. Aug. 24, 1917. 
Back, Charles Walter Jan., 1902— July, 1905 Cross. 

s. of the late W. H. Back, Hum House, Hethersett. b. Nov. 

29, 1887. Pte. 19th R. Fus. 9/14; 3rd Norfolk Regt., S.R. 5/15; 

Capt. 9/17; Egypt 1916—19, M.C. Solicitor. Gorleston Lodge, 

139, Newmarket Rd., Norwich. 
Barran, Rowland Noel Jan., 1902 — July, 1905 Priory. 

s. of Sir R. H. Barran, 24, Queen's Gate, S.W. b. Dec. 25, 1887. 

Business. 2nd Lt., 11th Hussars 9/14; Lt., 2nd Life Gds. 9/15; 

France 1915-18. d. in Paris, Apr. 19, 1919. 
Black, Walter Jan., 1902— Apr., 1903 Priory. 

s. of W. Black, Elton Manor, Notts, b. Mar. 8, 1888. Enlisted 



222 ford 1902 



in 17th Lancers; Trooper Cav. Res. 1914; Commission for 

Distinguished conduct in the Field, 3rd D. Gds. 1/15; France 

1914 — 18; Lt., retired. Lansdowne Lodge, Dartmouth Rd., 

Forest Hill, Kent. 
Braithwaite, Bernard Leigh Jan., 1902— Dec, 1902 Latham. 

s. of T. Braithwaite, Fieldgrove, Bitton. b. Sept. 6, 1885. 

Theatrical manager, d. Feb. 18, 1919. 
Burmann, Robert Moyle Jan., 1902— July, 1903 Hall. 

s. of R. Burmann, Arlington, Grayshott, Haslemere. b. Apr. 

24, 1887. Stockbroker's clerk. 2nd Lt., Artists' Rifles (T.F.) 
1912; Regular Commn., Border Regt. 4/15; Capt. E. Lan. 
Regt. 1/18; Bde. .Maj.; France 1914 — 18, Despatches 7 times, 
D.S.O., M.C. K. in A. Oct. 27, 1918. 

Ghatwin, Noel Janus Jan., 1902- -Apr., 1902 Orchard. 

s. of J. Chatwin, 102, Hagley Rd., Edgbaston. b. Dec. 26, 

1885. 162, Hagley Rd., Edgbaston. 
Courtis, John Harold Jan., 1902 -Apr., 1907 Latham. 

s. of Sir ]. W. Courtis, J. P., Fairwater Croft, Llandaff. b. July 

25, 1888. Shooting VIII. 1900. R.M.C. Sandhurst 1908. 
1st Oxf. and Bucks L.I. 1909; Capt. 0/15; Persian Gulf 1915, 

.Despatches 3 times. K. in A., at Ctesiphon, Nov. 22, 1915. 
Deuchar, Arthur Cecil Jan., 1902— July, 1907 Hall. 

s. of J. J. W. Deuchar, TheCedars, Albemarle Rd., Norwich, b. 

Apr. 20, 1888. Greg. Sen. King's Coll., (ami). B.A. 1910. 

Red Cross despatch rider and stretcher bearer 1914. Sec. 

Norwich Life Assurance Soc. 12, Mile End Rd., Norwich. 
FitzHerbert, Thomas Carr Jan., 1902— Apr., 1906 Mitre. 

s. of Major W. H. FitzHerbert, The Hall, Somersal Herbert, 

Derby, b. Mar. 20, 1887. d. May 24, 1911. 
Harriman, Launce Joseph Jan., 1902 — July, 1904 Hall. 

s. of H. Harriman, The Limes, Long Eaton, b. Feb. 1, 1886. 

Engineer. 16, Marlborough Rd., Long Raton, Nottingham. 
Jones, Eric Marsden ' Jan., 1902 -Apr, 1905 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. Morris Jones, b. May S, 1887. F.L.S. 

c/o The London County Westminster <!■>• I'arrs Hank Ltd., Chester. 
Lewis, Denis Foster Jan., 1902 -Dec, 1903 Priory. 

s. of E. it. Lewis, The Firs, Codsall. b. Dec. 6, 1887. B'ham 

Univ. 1908. L.D.S.R.F.P.S. Glasgow li)14. Lt. [t) R.A.M.C. 

10/16; Capt. 10/17. M.B. Dent. A •/.'*, Station Rd., Clarion 

on-Sea. 
Lloyd, John Fortescue Jan., 1902— Dec, 1903 Hall. 

s. of Capt. E. F. Lloyd, Cranagh Castle, Templemore. b. Oct. 

14, 1887. d. Oct. 14, 1913. 
Loxdale, James Joseph Hugh Jan., 1902— July, 1905 Hall. 

s. of J. Loxdale. b. Oct. 11, 1887. Lt.(*) I.O.M., R.A.O.C. 

9/14; Major 1919; France 1915—17; O.C. 2nd Army Heavy 

Mobile Workshops 1!) 16 -17. A.M.I.M.E. 106, King Henry's 

Rd., N.W.3. 
Master, Edgar Chester- Jan., 1902 — July, 1906 Cross. 

s. of the late A. C. Master, North Cheam House, Sutton, b. 

May 6, 1888. XI. 1906. 5th R. Fus., S.R., 8/14; Capt. 9/15; 

Capt. R. Fus. (Regular Commn.) 3/17; empld. Egyptian 

Army 1916 — 19. c/o Cox 6- Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Meakin, Edward Kendrick Jan., 1902— July, 1904 Priory. 

s. of L. G. Meakin, Tutbury. b. Oct. 23, 1889. Sergt. A.S.C. 

1914; 2nd Lt. {t) 3/15; Capt. 6/16; France, Despatches twice. 

Weeford, Leicester Rd., Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 
Romer, Harold George Jan., 1902— July, 1903 Hall. 

s. of F. Romer, Fernhill, Upper Hale, Farnham, Surrey, b. 

Oct. 4, 1886. Lt. 22nd London Regt. (T.F.) 9/14; Capt. 6/16; 



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France 1915 — 16. Solicitor. Cairn, Elmcroft Ave., Golders 

Green, N.W.13. 
Smith, Thomas Jan., 1902— July, 1903 Priory. 

s. of J. E. Smith, Whiston Eaves, Cheadle. b. Sept. 9, 1888. 

Whiston Eaves, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent. 
Stringer, Cuthbert Henry Jan., 1902 — July, 1904 Mitre. 

s. of C. W. Stringer, Westneld, Kettering, b. Nov. 21, 1887. 

Clare Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1908; M.A. 1918. Leeds Univ. 1909- - 

10. Pte. R. Fus. 9/14; 2nd Lt. 6th Suffolk Regt. (T.F.) 10/14; 

Press Communique; Capt., retired. Solicitor. Westfield, 

Kettering. 
Urquhart, William Lester Jan., 1902 -July, 1905 Cross. 

s. of D. J. Urquhart, 47, West bourne Gdns., Glasgow, b. May 

14, 1889. British Vice-Consul at Hartford for State of Con- 
necticut. 401, Farmington Ave., Hartford, Conn., U.S.A. 

Waithman, Wyndham Jan., 1902— Dec, 1903 Priory. 

s. of W. S. Waithman, Merlin Park, Galway. b. June 15, 1887. 

Engineer. Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.A. , and Merlin Park, Galway, 
Walker, Kenrick Prcscot Jan., 1902 — July, 1905 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. Canon Walker, Whalton Rect., Morpeth, b. May 13, 

1886. Shooting VIII. 1904, 05. Trin. Coll., Camb.; B.A. 
1908. LA. 1908; 1st Y. & L. Regt. 1910; France 1915, 18, 
Salonika 1915 — 18, Despatches, M.C. ; Brit. Mil. Mission Siberia 
1919; N. Persia 1920—21; Capt. 1/15. c/o H. S. King S- Co., 
Pall Mall, S.lV.l. 

Walton, George Warren Jan., 1902 — July, 1905 Cross. 

s. of W. W. Walton, O.R. b. Apr. 22, 1887. Gonv. and Caius 
Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1910. M.A.M.E.E., M.S. W.I. E. Mining, 
electrical and consulting engineer. The Knoll, Pontyberem, S. 
Wales. 

Elphinston, Colin Feb., 1902 — Apr., 1906 Mitre, 

s. of the late John Elphinston, I.C.S., Bombay, b. July 29, 
1888. Lt. R.F.C., S.R., 6/16; France; prisoner of war 9/16. 
c/o Parry & Co., Madras. 

Johnson, Frederick Victor Feb., 1902— July, 1905 Hall, 

s. of F. G. Johnson, Clayton Hall, Newcastle, Staffs, b. Nov. 

15, 1886. Trin. Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1908. Interned at Ruhle- 
ben 1914 — 18. Manufacturer. The Limes, Barlaston, Stoke- 
on-Trent. 

Abell, Victor Reginald May, 1902— Dec, 1904 Mitre. 

s. of the late G. E. Abell, J. P., Grafton Manor, Bromsgrove. b. 

June 22, 1887. Ranching in the Argentine till 1917. 2nd Lt. 

R.F.A., S.R., 2/18; France 1918. Foxcote Manor, Andoversford, 

Glos. 
Bingham-Newland, Arthur Lee May, 1902— Dec, 1903 Brook. 

s. of C. Bingham-Newland, Wishanger, Farnham. b. Mar. 28, 

1887. Pte. 14th Middx. Regt. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) A.S.C 11/14; 
Capt. 4/15. Schoolmaster. R. Automobile Club, S.W.I, and 
Norton Manor, Presteigne, Radnor. 

Birrell, Henry Anthony May, 1902— July, 1906 Latham, 

afterwards Birrell-Anthony. s. of Lt.-Col. H. A. Birrell- 
Anthony, Glenthorne, Thame, b. June 16, 1887. XL 1904, 
05, Capt. 1906. F. XL 1905. 1st Agg. P. 1906. Univ. Coll., 
Ox.; B.A., 3rd CI. Jurisp., 1909. Solicitor. 2nd Lt., 1st Mon. 
Regt. (T.F.) 9/14; France 1915. K. in A. at Ypres, May 8, 1915. 

Clarke, Henry Douglas May, 1902 — July, 1906 Mitre. 

s. of Col. Clarke, Kirk Ella, nr. Hull. b. Apr. 28, 1888. Jesus 
Coll., Camb. R.G.A. (T.F.) 10/15; Lt. 6/16; empld. Anti- 
Aircraft duties. Seed, oil, and grain broker. Services Club, 
Stratford Place, W.l, and Wester oft, Elloughton, Brough, E. Yorks. 



224 ford 1902 



Cotton, Vere Egerton May, 1902— July, 1907 Hall. 

s. of the late C. C. Cotton, Knolton Hall, Denbigh, b. May 5, 

1888. Magd. Coll., Camb., Exh. ; B.A., 2nd CI. Hist. Pt. II., 

1910. R.F.A. (T.F.); Capt. 6/16; France and Italy 1915—18; 

Cmdt. G.H.Q. T.M. School, Italy 1918; Despatches 3 times, 

O.B.E., Croix de Cuerre, Croce di Guerra ; Major, retired. 

Merchant. Langdale, Grassendale Park, Liverpool. 
Farrar, Thomas Cyril Lister May, 1902— July, 1906 Mitre. 

s. of T. 1.. Farrar, Oakhill, Altrincham. b. May 22, 1887. 

Univ. Coll., OX. 8th L'pool Regt. (T.F.) 10/14; Lt. 12th N. 

Lan. Regt. (Pioneers) 1/16; Capt. 6/16; France 1916; DA. P.M. 

1917—19; Capt. 4th Dorset Regt. T.F. Res. 1921. Motor 

engineer. Public Schools Club, Curzon St., W.l, and The Gables, 

Kennington, Ash ford, Kent. 
Greatorex, James Anthony May, 1902 — Dec, 1905 Latham. 

s. of H. A. Greatorex, Stonehail, Great Canfield, Dunmow. b. 

May 13, 1888. F.XI. 1904, 05. Gunner Australian F.A. ; 

France 1916 — 18. Working on a pearling vessel. P.O. Box 23, 

Broome, W. Australia. 
Herring, Rupert Athcrton May, 1902— July, 1904 Latham. 

s. of Lt.-Col. Herring, Narborough House. Xarborough. b. 

May 14, 1887. d. Dec. 1, 1906. 
Kellogg, Horace Brunton May, 1902— J uly, 1904 Hall. 

s. of the late J. P. Kellogg, Geneva, b. Aug. 21, 1887. Corsier 

Port, Geneva, Switzerland. 
Knight, George Terry May, 1902- -July, 1904 Cross. 

s. of C. B. Knight, 93, Linden (kins., W. b. Feb. 3, 1888. 

d. in Shanghai, Oct., 1913. 
Lecky, Harrold Alexander May, 1902 — Apr., 1905 Brook. 

s. of Col. G. Lecky LA. b. July 2, 1887.' Tea planter. 117, 

Pembroke Rd., Clifton. Bristol. 
Lynam, Charles Garner May, 1902 — July, 1901 Priory. 

s. of C. C. Lynam. Oxford, b. Aug. 18, 1887. Lieut. R.N.V.R. 

1914 19, V.M.I. Mech. K. Engineer, e/o Sir II". G. Armstrong 

Whitworth dv Co., Ltd., Lagos, Nigeria ; and 32, Bardswett Rd., 

Oxford. 
Olivier, Ockert John May, 1902- |ulv, 1905 Orchard. 

s. of G. C. Olivier, Oudtshoor'n, S. Africa." b. Aug. 5, 1886. 

F.XI. 1904. Equal 1st Agg. P. 1905. Clare Coll.. Camb. Bar, 

Inner Temple 1910. Farming. Oudtshoorn, S. Aft; 
Pease, Francis Claud Ma v. 1902 Mar.. 1904 Orchard. 

s. of F. K. Pease, North Cray Place, Kent. b. Nov. 7, L886. 

Farming in Australia. 
p egg, Norman Foster May, 1902 July, 1903 Priory. 

s. of Rev. Canon 1L F. Pegg, The Vicarage, Battersea. b. Dec. 

1, 1887. Ranching in America. The Vicarage, Battersea, 

S.W.I I. 
Reid, Ronald Ss. Clair U ay, 1902 Julv, 1906 Priory. 

s. of ]. Keid. MR., St. Helens, b. Mar. 15, 1888. Formerly 

Lt. R.E. (T.F); Lt. (/) RE. 3/15; Maj. 2/19; France L915 — 18, 

Despatches; Germany 1919. 20, Burnaby Rd., Bournemouth, IF. 
Richardson, Derek Charles Haughton 

May, 1902 July, 1906 Brook. 

s. of C. Richardson, Cedarhurst, Newtown Breda, b; June 28, 

1887. Leinster Regt. 1907. 12th Lancers 1910; France 1914 

— 18, Despatches twice, M.C. with Bar, Mons Star; Staff Coll., 

Graduate 1920; Major 10th Hussars 1921. Cavalry Club, 

Piccadilly, W.l. 
Robinson, Cecil Herbert May, 1902- July, 1906 Cross. 

S. of II. M, Robinson, O.R. b. July 17, L888. Owens Coll., 



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Manchester. 5th N. Staffs. Regt. 4/15; France 1916—19; 
seed. R.E. (Loco Works D.G.T.) 1917—19; Lt. R.E. (T.F.) 
4/18. Engineer, N. British Loco. Co., Ltd., Administration 
Bldg., Springburn, Glasgow. 

Seedorff, Henry George May, 1902 — July, 1905 Cross, 

afterwards Seaford. s. of H. D. Seedorff, Avon House, 
Georgetown, b. June 5, 1888. Merchant. Main St., George- 
town, B. Guiana. 

Sharp, Rowland May, 1902- -July, 1905 Brook. 

s. of T. W. Sharp, Blythswood South, Newcastle-on-Tyne. b. 
Apr. 5, 1888. R.E. (T.F.) 3/14; Capt. 6/16. O.B.E. 1919. 
Marine engineer. Shipowner and shipbroker. Blythswood 
South, Osborne Rd., Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Topham, Francis Cowper May, 1902— Mar., 1904 Hall, 

s. of the late H. C. Topham, Greytown, Natal, b. Dec. 27, 1887. 

Waldegrave, Samuel Charles May, 1902 — July, 1903 Cross, 

s. of the late Rev. S. E. Waldegrave, O.R." b. May 14, 1887. 
Emm. Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1910; M.A. 1913. C.U.A.C. 1910, 
Running Blue. C.F. 8/14; France 1914 — 18, M.C. ; Sen. Chap., 
Bp. of Coventry's Mission to Munition Areas 1918; V. of 
Fillongley 1919. Fillongley Vic, Coventry. 

Wilson, Andrew Mav, 1902— Apr., 1906 Brook. 

s. of the late A. Wilson, Woodfield, Leeds, b. June 8, 1888. 
8th W. Yorks. Regt. T.F. Res.; Capt. 1909; France 1914 — 15. 
Weetivood, Leadhall Lane, Harrogate. 

Abell, Robert Lloyd Sept., 1902 — July, 1907 Mitre. 

s. of the late G. E. Abell, J. P., Grafton Manor, Bromsgrove. b. 
Apr. 15, 1889. Lightweight boxer, Aldershot, 1907. Ranching 
in the Argentine 1909-14. 2nd Lt. (/) R.F.A. 11/14; France 
1914—17, Italy 1917—19, Despatches twice, D.S.O., M.C, 
Croce di Guerra; Hon. Major. Foxcote Manor, Andoversford, 
Glos. 

Altham, Harry Surtees Sept., 1902— July, 1908 Orchard. 

s. of Lt.-Gen. Sir E. A. Altham, K.C.B., K.C.I. E., C.M.G. 
b. Nov. 30, 1888. XI 1905, 06, Capt. 1907, 08. Head Prefect 
1907. Leaving Exh. D.M. Exh. 1908. Trin. Coll., Ox., Exh.; 
2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1910; B.A., 2nd CI. Lit. Hum., 1912. 
O.U.C.C. 1911, 12. Surrey XI. 1911. 5th K.R.R.C, S.R., 
8/14; Capt. 5/15; D.A.A.G. 2/17; A.A.G. 12/18; France 1914— 
19, Despatches 3 times, D.S.O., M.C. Hants XI. 1921. The 
College, Winchester. 

Armitage, Vernon Hay Sept., 1902 — July, 1907 Mitre, 

s. of B. Armitage. b. Apr. 29, 1888. XL 1906, 07. Pemb. 
-Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1911. 6th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 3/15; 
Lt. 7/17; France 1916 — 17, M.C; Chevalier de la Couronne, 
and Croix de Guerre (Belg.). Edgeworth House, Berkhamsted, 
Herts. 

Cammell, Gerald Arthur Sept., 1902— Dec, 1907 Hall, 

s. of A. A. Cammell, Brookfield Manor, Hathersage, Sheffield, 
b. Jan. 11, 1889. R.M.C Sandhurst, 2nd PI. 1908. R.M.A. 
Woolwich, 27th PI. 1908. R.F.A. 1910. France 1914—17, 
N. Russia 1918—19, Despatches 3 times, D.S.O. ; Order of St 
Anne, 3rd CI. (Russ.) ; Capt. 9/15. United Service Club and 
cjo Cox &■ Co., 16, Charing Cross. S.W.I 

Gannon, Philip Spencer Sept., 1902 — July, 1908 Hall. 

s. of W. W. Cannon, 1, Albert Rd., Southport. b. Sept. 1, 1889. 
Sch. F.S. G.D. Sch. 1908. Leaving Exh. New Coll., Ox.; 2nd 
CI. Class. Mods. 1910; 2nd CI. Mod. Hist. 1912. Half- Blue 
Lawn Tennis 1912. 2nd Lt. (t) 9th Lan. Fus. 8/14; Capt. 2/16 ; 
Dardanelles (Suvla Bay) 1915, Mesopotamia 1916 — 18' Palestine 



226 ford 1902 



1918—19; Lt. A..E.C. 1920; Capt. 1921. Instructor, Indian 

Army School of Education, Belgaum, India; and /. Albert Rd.. 
Soiithport. 
Cardew, Alexander Evelyn Sept., 1902— Julv, 1908 Orchard. 

s. of Sir A. G. Cardew, K. C.S.I, b. Nov. 19, 1888. XI. 1906, 
07, 08. F.XI. 1907. Hert. Coll., Ox., Class. Exh. 1908. Ball. 
Coll., Ox. Football Blue 1910, 11. Corinthians 1912. Egyptian 
Civil Service 1913; Pri. Sec. to Financial Adviser 1920. Minis- 
try of Finance, Cairo. 

Causton, Fee Purefoy Sept., 1902 — Apr., 1905 Mitre. 

s. of H. Causton, Heathfield, Congleton. b. July 15, 1888. 
Fhe Buffs 1912; France 1914 — 18, Despatches, M.C. ; prisoner 
of war 3/18; Capt. 3/10. cjo Cox &- Co., 16, Charing Cross, 
S.W.J. 

Chappell, Harold Stanley Sept., 1902— Julv, 1900 Hall. 

s. of S. A. Chappell, 31, Heath Drive, Hampstead. b. Feb. 28, 
1888. Clare Coll., Camb. Trooper Scots. Greys 8/14; 2nd Ft. 
Mon. Regt. (T.F.) 6/15; Ft. (/) K.A.R. 6/16; E. Africa 1910—19, 
Despatches; Hon. Capt. Agent. Harmarysta, 31, Heath 
Drive, Hampstead, AMI'. 

Cott, Alfred William Sept., 1902- Dec., 1904 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. A. M. Cott, Ashbv Magna Vic. l>. Alar. 8, 1887. 
Clare Coll., Camb. 1907. RFC. S.R., 1915; Ft. 2/17; Equip. 
Offr. 3rd CI.; France 191.") 19. Engineer. 369, Roseniont 
Ave., Pasadena, California. 

Cursham, Curzon Sept., 1902— July, L906 Hall. 

s. of H. A. Cursham, O.K. b. July 31, 1887. King's Coll., 
Camb. Hons. haw Final 1911, John Mackrell 1'. 8th Sher- 
wood Foresters (T.F.) 11/14; Ft. 6/16; seed. M.G.C. 5/18; 
France 1917—19. Solicitor. 3, Clare V alley, The Park. 
Nottingham. 

Dalgllesh, Alan Bertric Sept. 1902— Dec, 1905 Cross. 

s. of the late W. H. Dalgliesh, Blackheath. b. Apr. IS, 1888. 
2nd Ft. (t) 16th Manch. Regt. 9/14; Ft. 12/14; France 1915 10. 
Lynton Dene, Stand ford, Bordon, Hants. 

Da vies, Reginald George Middlecott 

Sept., 1902— July, 1900 Orchard. 
s. of Rev. ('•. M. Davies, Southover Rect., Lewes, b. Mar. 31. 
ISS7. Pemb. Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1909. 2nd Lt. (/) loth Norf. 
Regt. 5/15; Labour Corps. 2/18; Capt. 8/18; France 1910, 
Despatches, M.C. Tytherington Lodge, Tytherington Hall. 
Macclesfield. 

Kiwis, John Speak Sept., 1902- July, 1903 Hall, 

s of H. Elwis, Ash Hill Lodge, Hatfield, Doncaster. 1>. Sept. 
10, 1887. R.H.A. (T.F.) 1910; Capt. 0/10; France 1915 10, 
Sinai and Palestine 1910 — 18; Major T.F. Res. Engineer. 
Scalb v, Scarborough . 

Fawcett, Kenneth Mortimer Sept., 1902 — -July, 1905 Latham, 
s. of J. M. Fawcett, Holme Bank, Harrogate, b. May 8, 1888. 
Trooper Yorks. Hussars 1914; Pre. Lan. Fus. 1916; Salonika 
1916—17; France 1917—18. P.A.S.I. Surveyor. 8, Duchy 
Rd., Harrogate. 

Findlay, George Hugo Sept., 1902— July, 1900 Cross. 

s. of G. H. Findlay, 15, Louis St., Leeds, b. Feb. 16, 1888. 
Oriel Coll., Ox.; B.A. 1909. Colonial C.S., Nigeria 1911. 
Captured on " Appam " by " Moewe " 1/16, taken to U.S.A. 
and released. District Officer, Political Service, Nigeria, 
British W. Africa ; and Sports Club, St. James Sq., S.W.I. 

FltzHerbert, Nicholas Hepburn Sept., 1902 ]uly, 1907 Mitre, 
s. of Major W. H. FitzHerbert, The Hall, Somersal Herbert. 



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b. Oct. 24, 1888. Exh. D.M. Exh. G.D. Sch. 1907. Leaving 

Exh. Pemb. Coll., Camb., Sch. ; B.A., 1st CI. Class. Pt. I., 1910. 

Schoolmaster. The Hall, Somerset! Herbert, Derby. 
Freeman, Patrick Edward Sept., 1902— Dec, 1902 Latham. 

s. of the late P. Freeman, Seaton Delaval. b. July 15, 1888. 

Pte. Artists' Rifles; France 1916 — 18. Beadnell House, 

Chathill, N orthumberland. 
Friedlander, Julius Assur Sept., 1902— Dec, 1904 Orchard. 

s. of M. A. Freidlander, Belmont, Bridge of Weir. b. Dec. 14, 

1888. 23, Royal Exchange Sq., Glasgow. 

Garrard, Norman Sept., 1902— July, 1906 Latham. 

s. of the late W. A. Garrard, M.R.C.S. b. Oct. 30, 1887. Pemb. 
Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1909. M.R.G.S., L.R.C.P., 1913. Lt. (t) 
R.A.M.C. 8/17 ; Capt. 2/18 ; France 1916-19. Member B.M. A. 
Rose Dean, Liskeard, Cornwall. 

Gibbons, Sidney Alfred Sept., 1902— July, 1905 Mitre. 

s. of the late A. R. Gibbons, b. Aug. 25, 1887. Motor cyclist, 
M.T., A.S.C., 10/14; 2nd Lt. {t) R.F.C. (O.) 6/16; Lt. 9/17 
(Pilot); France 1914 — 17. Motor engineer. A'. Aero Club, 3, 
Clifford St., W.l. 

Gordon, Peter Christian Sept., 1902— Apr., 1905 Hall. 

s. of the late J. E. H. Gordon, b. Feb. 26, 1888. 2nd Lt. (t) 
M.T., R.A.S.C. 5/17; Lt. 11/18; France 1918—19. Lane Head, 
Helsington, nr. Kendal. 

Grace, William Grace Sept., 1902- July, 1906 Brook. 

s. of H. W. Grace, Hallgarth Hall, Winlaton-on-Tyne. b. Oct. 
27, 1888. Mining engineer. M.I.M.E. Manager, Eston Iron- 
stone Mines. Westcroft, Eston, Yorks. 

Grimsdale, Arthur Gerald Sept., 1902— July, 1906 Brook. 

s. of the late A. Grimsdale, Delaford, Iver, Bucks, b. May 29, 

1889. 2nd Lt. {t) 9th Devon Regt. 7/16; Lt. 7/18; France. 
Business. Ravensroft, Gerrards Cross, Bucks. 

Gulland, John Perfect Sept., 1902— Dec, 1906 Brook. 

s. of the late J. J. Gulland, Little Croft, Yateley. b. June 3, 
1888. Featherweight boxer, Aldershot, 1906. R.M.C. Sand- 
hurst. 2ndLt. 1909; 69th Punjabis LA. 1910; Sheikh Said 11/14, 
Egypt 1914 — 15, Gallipoli 1915, France 1915; prisoner of war 
9/15; N.W.F. 1919—22; Capt. 9/15. 69th Punjabis, Ladha, 
Waziristan, India, and Little Croft, Yateley, Hants. 

Harford, Henrv Dundas Battersby- Sept., 1902 — July, 1908 Cross. 
s. of Rev. Canon J. Battersby-Harford, O.R. b. Dec. 30, 1888. 
Sch. F.S. Greg. Sch. 1908, 09, 10. Jesus Coll., Camb. 
Rustat Sch. 1st CI. Math. Pt. I., 1909. B.A., 2nd CI. Math. 
Pt. II., 1911. Camb. Educ. Diploma 1912. Asst. Master, 
Manchester Gr. Sch. 1913; St. Paul's Sch., Calcutta 1914—18 
(Prin. 1915—18) and since 1920. Acting Prin., St. Paul's 
Coll. 1919 — 20. St. Paul's School, Amherst St., Calcutta. 

Hughes, Herbert Valentine Sept., 1902 — Apr., 1906 Priory, 
s. of Comdr. V. D. Hughes, R.N. b. Nov. 1, 1888. Univ. 
Coll., Lond. ; B.Sc 1911. 2nd Lt. (/) 8th Norf. Regt. 9/14; 
Lt. 10/15; Lt. (t) R.E. 3/17; France 1915—16, Italy 1917—19. 
A.M. Inst. C.E. Public Works Dept., F.M.S., and The Garth, 
Sandhills Rd., Winchester. 

King, George Herbert Sept., 1902— July, 1908 Mitre, 

s. of G. A. King, Penn Rd. House, Croydon, b. Apr. 15, 1889. 
Hert. Coll., Ox.; B.A. 1912. H.O. C. of Ch. Ch., Croydon, 
d. Dec. 6, 1918. 

Lankester, Ronald Fairer Sept., 1902 — Apr., 1907 Hall, 

s. of H. H. Lankester, M.D., 9, Eversfield Rd., Eastbourne, 
b. Jan. 27, 1889. Emm. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1910. Ridley 



228 ford 1902 



Hall, Camb. H.O. 1912. 2nd Lt. Chinese Labour Corps 8/17 ; 
Lt. 2/19 ; France 1917—19. C.M.S. Miss., Yunnanfu since 1914. 
C.M.S., Yunnanfu, Yunnan, China. 

Marsh, Alick Courtenay Sept., 1902 — Dec, 1903 Brook, 

s. of Col. H. C. Marsh, Clarence Hill, Tunbridge Wells, b. Oct. 
21, 1888. Went to St. Lawrence Coll., Ramsgate. 2nd S. Lan. 
Regt. 1909; E. Lan. Regt. 1915; empld. Egyptian Army 1916— 
19; Darfur Opns. ; Despatches, Order of Nile, 4th CI.; Capt. 
6/15. cjo Cox &■ Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Marshall, Henry Sept., 1902 — Dec, 1905 Latham. 

s. of Rev. Canon E. T. Marshall, O.R. b. Feb. 2H, 1888. 
C.unr. H.A.C. 8/14; R.F.A., S.R., 8/16; Capt. 2/19; Fgypt 
1915 Hi, France 1910—19, .VIC. Hank of England. 
Reservoir Cottage, Elstree, Herts. 

Meakin, Reginald Abbotts Sept., 1902— Da., 1904 Hall. 

s. of the late (i. Meakin, Trent House, Branstone, Burton-on- 
Trent, b. Sept. 22, 1890. R.N.W. Mounted Police. 2nd Lt. 
1st Lovat Scouts (T.F.) 8/15. Regina, Sask., Canada. 

Nickels, John Douglas Sept., 1902 — July, 1906 Cross, 

s. of J. T. Nickels, Day House, Shrewsbury, b. May 8, 1888. 
C.unr. H.A.C. 1916; R.Q.M.S. 1918; France 1917—18. Char- 
tered Accountant. 6, Charlesville, Claughton, Birkenhead. 

Ogilvie, George Hamilton Sept., 1902— July, 1905 Mitre. 

s. of G. Ogilvie, Westlands, Broughty Ferry, b. Feb. 20, 1888. 
Exh. Edin. Univ. 1905; New Coll., Ox. 1909; Diploma in 
Forestry, Ox. 1911; B. Sc. Edin. 1911. Indian Forest Service 
191 1. I.A.R.O. 1/15; Capt. 1/19; Gallipoli, Egypt and Mesopo- 
tamia 1915 — 16, Palestine 1917 — 18, Despatches, M.C. Deputy 
Conservator, Indian Forest Service. Moulmein, Burma. 

Peirson, Noel Jasper Sept., 1902 — July, 1908 Brook. 

s. of the late J. Peirson, Thurnedyke, Southsea. b. Dec. 30, 
1888. Wore Coll., Ox.; B.A. 1912. 2nd Lt. (/) 7th Oxf. and 
Bucks L.I. 11/14; Capt. 3/17; France 1915, Salonika 1915—18, 
Despatches. Asst. Master, The Boys' High School, Salisbury, 
S. Rhodesia. 

Ramsden, Herbert William Sept., 1902— Mar., 1904 Latham, 
s. of the late H. W. Ramsden. b. June 11, 1888. Bombr., 
R.G.A. 4/16; 2nd Lt., R.G.A., S.R. 10/18. Business. 

Ritchie, Andrew Bertram Sept., 1902— July, 1905 Mitre. 

s. of A. Ritchie, The Homestead, Nightingale Lane, Clapham. 
b. Mar. 25, 1887. Distiller. The Homestead, Nightingale Lane, 
Clapham, S. IF. 

Robertson, George Malcolm Sept., 1902 — July, 1906 Brook. 

s. of D. Robertson, Clare Cottage, Caterham Valley, Surrey. b. 
Mar. 18, 1888. Hert. Coll., Ox. B.A., 3rd CI. Hist., 1910. 
Fate I.C.S. Madras. Lovells Farm, Marnhull, Dorset. 

Rutherford, John Seymour Sept., 1902 — July, 1909 Cross, 

s. of J. A. Rutherford, White Oak, Highclere. b. Feb. 27, 1890. 
S.E. Agric. Coll., Wye; Cert, in Agric. 1912. Hants. XL 1913. 
4th Hamps. Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; Lt. 8/15; India and Mesopotamia 
1914 — 16; invalided out 9/16. P.A.S.I. Land agent. Holme 
Lodge, Bingham. Nottingham. 

Sale, Richard Sept., 1902 — July, L908 Brook. 

s. of Richard Sale, O.R. b. June 21, 1889. Exh. and L.S. 
XI. 1906, 07, 08. F.XI. 1906, 07. Si. John's Coll., Ox.; 
B.A. 1911. Assoc. Football Blue 1910. Cricket Blue 1910. 
A.F.A. Internat. 1910. 2nd Lt. (/) Shrops. L.I. 11/14; Capt. 
7/15; France 1915, Salonika 1915 — -16. 1, Canonbury, Kings- 
land, Shrewsbury. 



1902 ford 229 



Salisbury, Charles Edward Sept., 1902— July, 1906 Hall. 

s. of C. T. Salisbury, The College, Malvern, b. Apr. 25, 1888. 

Emm. Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1910; M.A. 1919. H.O. 1912. 

T.C.F. 1918—19; Asst. C. of St. Albans, Pretoria 1921. Box 

1032, Pretoria, S. Africa. 
Sltwell, Edward Holden Sept., 1902— July, 1906 Cross. 

s. of Rev. D. W. Sitwell, Leamington Hastings, Rugby, b. 

June 18, 1887. Emm. Coll., Cambridge, d. Sept. 9, 1907. 
Stocker, John Bertram Sept., 1902— Apr., 1907 Latham. 

s. of G. B. Stocker, 12, Linden Gardens, Bavswater. b. Aug. 7, 

1888. d. June 30, 1907. 
Stowell, Hugh Oswald Douglas Sept., 1902— Julv, 1905 Hall. 

s. of Rev. H. F. Lamothe Stowell, O.R. b. Oct. 8, 1887. 

Solicitor. Capt., 6th R. Sussex Regt. (I.F.); resigned. Pte., 

11th Middx. Regt. 8/15; L/Cpl. ; France 1915—17. K. in A. 

near Monchy, May 12, 1917. 
Thackeray, Joseph Makepeace Sept., 1902— July, 1907 Priory. 

s. of Rev. A. T. J. Thackeray, Norton Vic, Norwich, b. Sept. 

7, 1887. Featherweight boxer, Aldershot, 1905. Pemb. Coll., 

Camb.; B.A. 1910. 3rd Suffolk Regt., S.R. 8/14; Capt. 4/15; 

seed. Labour Corps 4/17; France 1915 — 19, Despatches, O.B.E. 

Rubber planting. Sungei Krudda Estate, Sungei Siput Perak, 

F.M.S. 
Thomas, Matthew Gilbert Thornley 

Sept., 1902— Dec, 1906 Latham. 

s. of Rev. J. C. Thomas, Dyffryn Vic, Neath, b. Mar. 8, 1888. 

Jesus Coll., Camb.; Rustat Sch. ; 3rd CI. Class. Pt. I. 1909; 

1st CI. Special in Music 1911 ; B.A. 1911 ; M.A. 1914. L.R.A.M. 

Pianist and teacher of Music. Dyffryn Vic, Neath, S. Wales. 
Tingey, George Thomas Sept., 1902— July, 1906 Cross. 

s. of G. Tingey. b. Mar. 14, 1888. Shooting VIII. 1905, 06. 

Farming. Dunton, Fakenham, Norfolk. 
Toller, Victor laylor Sept., 1902— Dec, 1904 Cross. 

s. of the late C. G. Toller. b. May 19, 1887. Alliance As- 
surance Co., Ltd. 25, Park Crescent, Church End, Finchley, N.3. 
Traill, Cecil James Sept., 1902— Apr., 1906 Orchard. 

s. of J. W. Traill, Castlehill, Thurso, Caithness, b. Aug. 30, 

1888. Late 1st Seaforth Highrs. ; Res. of Off. ; empld. 7th Bn. 

10/14; Equip. Offr. R.F.C. 6/17; France 1915—16, M.C. ; 

A.D.C. to Gov. Gen. of Australia since 1920; Capt. Res. of Off. 

Castlehill, Thurso, Caithness. 
Venis, Arthur Raymond Sept., 1902— July, 1905 Priory. 

s. of A. Venis, Queen's Coll., Benares, b. Oct. 14, 1887. Indian 

Police. 2nd Lt. I.A.R.O., attd. 48th Pioneers, 1914; Persian 

Gulf 1915. K. in A. at Ctesiphon, Nov. 22, 1915. 
Waller, Michael Henry Sept., 1902— July, 1907 Priory. 

s. of Col. Waller, 28, Bardwell Rd., Oxford, b. Sept. 29, 1888. 

Exh. Leaving Exh. Wore Coll., Ox., Exh. ; B.A., 3rd CI. 

Mod. Hist., 1910. H.O. 1911. C. of Hurstpierpoint 1915. 

Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. 
Walton, John Humphrey Sept., 1902— July, 1907 Cross. 

s. of W. W. Walton, O.R. b. Apr. 4, 1889. Gonv. and Caius 

Coll., Camb. Farming in Alberta 1912 — 19. The Manor, 

Sherston, Malmesbury, Wilts. 
White, Cyril Francis Douglas Sept., 1902 — Dec, 1904 Latham. 

afterwards Douglas-White, s. of the late E. White, 23, 

Gunterstone Rd., W. b. Jan. 8, 1888. Stock Exchange. 

3rd A. & S. Highrs., S.R., 4/15; seed. RJl.O.C. 6/15; D.A.D.O.S. 

1916—19; France 1915—18, Palestine 1918 — 19, Despatches 

twice, M.B.E. ; 1 of 30 selected from 1,000 for Regular Commn. 



230 ford 1902 

Capt. R.A.O.C. 1/19. Headquarters R.A.O.C., Hilsea Barracks, 

near Cosh am, Hants. 
Willett, Lionel Harry Mawe Sept., 1902 — Apr., 1905 Hall. 

s. of H. Willett, Bishopstone Manor, Sussex, b. Nov. 20, 1888. 

Sergt. Sussex Yeo. (T.F.) 1914; 2nd Lt. (if) 3rd Res. Regt. of 

Caw 6/18; Gallipoli and Egypt 1915 — 17. Farming. Bishop- 

sto)ie, Sussex. 
Williams, Cecil Arnold Sept., 1902— July, 1906 Priory. 

s. of the late W. Williams, Bombay, b. Mar. 4, 1888. 2nd 

Som. L.I. 1908; Capt. 0/15. c/o Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, 

S.U.I. 
Woodd, Alee Bethune Peter Sept., L902— Apr., 1907 Mitre. 

s. ol Lieut.-Comdr. A. 13. Woodd. Heckfield, Milford-on-Sea. 

b. Mar. 2. 1888. Hert. Coll., Ox.; B.A. 1911, M.A. 1914. 

H.O. 1914. C. of Stokcslev. O.C.B. 11/16; 2nd Lt., 3rd W. 

Ynrks. Regt., S.R., 3/17; France 1917—18. d. of w., Aug. 25 

1918. 
Barran, Hugh Bradley Jan.. 1903 — July, L908 Priory. 

s. of Sir R. II. Barran, 24, Queen's Cafe, S.W. b. May jr., 1889. 

Pemb. Coll., Canib. ; B.A. 1911. R.F.A. (T.F. ) 1913; (apt. 

1/16; France 1915—17, Italy 1918 19, Despatches, M.C. 

Chapel A ller ton Hall, Leeds. 
Bisset, Walter Faviere Elrington Jan., 1903 July, 1007 Hall. 

s. of the late Major M. Elrington Bisset, Lessendrum, lluntlv. 

b. Feb. 21, 1889. Pemb. Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1910. 2nd Lt. (t), 

9th Gord. Highrs. 11/14; France 1915, K. in A., Hill 70, 

Sept. 25. 1915. 
Bower, Ian Jan., 1903 Dec, 1904 Latham. 

s. of J. Bower, The Croft. Somerford Keynes, b. Mar. 1, 1888. 

Assam Light Horse 1914; 3rd D. (ids., S.R., 1/16; seed. Tank 

Corps 1/18; France 1917 -18, .M.C. ; Capt., retired. Tea 

planting in India. Somerford Keynes, Crickladc, Wilts. 
Chapman, Geoffrey Jan., 1903 July, 190.") Latham. 

s. of J. G. Chapman, Thrislington Hall, West Cornforth. b. 

July 16, 1888. R.F.A. (T.F.) 8/14; Capt. 5/18; France 1915 

is. M.C; prisoner of Avar 5/18; Brit. Repatrn. Commn., Berlin, 

11/18. Coal merchant. 
Clarke, [ohn Joyce Jan., 1903 —Jul}-, 1907 Mitre. 

s. ol H. T. Clarke, Waste Court, Abingdon." b. July 29. 1889. 

In Tasmania 1913 — 14. lrooper, 3rd Australian Light Horse, 

8/14; Egypt 12/14 ; Callipoli 4/15. d. of w., Aug. 15, [915. 
Cole, John Frederick Temple Jan., 1903— Dec, 1903 Hall. 

s. of Lt.-Col. F. T. Cole, R.A., O.R. b. Feb. 5, 1888. c/o 

Messrs. Spedding &- Co., Lahore, India. 
Green, Henry Edwin Jan., 1903— July, 1906 Mitre. 

s. of F. W. Green, College Rd., Cheshunt. b. June 2, 1888. 

Insurance broker. 22nd London Regt. (T.F.) ; Capt. ti / 1 5 ; 

France 1915, 16. d. ofw., Oct. 13, 1916. 
Killick, [ohn Raymond Jan., 1903— July, 1907 Brook. 

s. of T. W. "Killick, Southheld, Bowdon. b. Jan. 2, 1890. 

Manch. Univ.; B.Sc. 1911. Civil engineer, Calcutta. Trooper 

Calcutta Light Horse 8/14; L/Cpl. 19th London Regt. (T.F.) 

1915; France, d. of w., Oct. 3, 1916. 
Maberley, Edward Astley Jan., 1903 — July, 1904 Priory. 

s. of the late Col. J. C. Maberley. b. July 28, 1887. d. Sept. 19, 

1906. 
Mathieson, David Jan., 1903— July, 1906 Priory. 

s. of the late J. Mathieson, Gen. Manager, Midland Ry., Derby. 

b. Sept. 25, 1888. Trooper 17th Lancers 1914; 2nd Lt. {t) 

Sco. Rif. 3/15; Lt. (t) H.L.I. 7/17; Lt. (/) R.E. 8/18; Capt. 



1903 ford 231 

4/19; France 1916. Midland Rly., Derby. 64, Iverna Court, 
Kensington, W.8. 
Myers, Richard Harold Jan., 1903— July, 1905 Latham, 

s. of the late F. G. Myers, Rookmoor, Rotherham. b. June 25. 

1888. Sheffield Univ. ; Assoc. Metallurgy 1908. Metallurgist. 
Rookmoor, Rotherham,. 

Pearman- Smith, Pearman Beebee Jan., 1903 — July, 1907 Hall. 
s. of W. J. Pearman-Smith, Park Hall, Walsall." b. Mar. 31, 

1889. Emm. Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 19 10. Pie. 3rd R. Fus. 8/14 ; 
2nd Lt. (t) R.F.A. 11/14; Capt. (5/17; France 1915-18, M.C. 
Park Hall, Walsall. 

Russell, Marcus Ralph Jan., 1903 -Apr., 1906 Orchard. 

B. of W. W. Russell, Moate Lodge, Moatc, Co. Westmeatli. 
b. Apr. 13, 1888. T.C.D. 2nd Lt. (t). Res. Regt. of Cav., 
attd. 8th Hussars, 7/10; Lt. 12/17; France 1917—18. K. in A. 
at Hervilly Wood, Mar. 22, 1918. 

Smith, Graham Umld Jan., 1903— July, 1907 Priory. 

s. of 13. Smith, Horbling Hall, Billingborough. b. Dec. 7, 1888. 

4th Oxf. and Bucks L.I. (T.F.) 7/16; Lt. 1/18; France 1917—19, 

Despatches. Horbling Hall, Billingborough, Lines. 
Smith, Harold Hall Jan., 1903— Mar., 1904 Hall. 

s. of the late Chevalier II. Smith, b. Apr. 9, 1888. Victoria 

Univ., Manch. 1909; B.Sc. (Hons.) 1913. A.M. Inst. M. & C. 

Engs ; A.M. Inst. San. Engs. R.E. (T.F.) 1915; Lt. 7/17. 

Civil engineer. Cliff Bungalow, Valley, Anglesey. 
Symonds, Frederick Cotton Jan., 1903 — July, 1905 Orchard. 

s of |. F. Symonds, 3, Downing Grove, Cambridge, b. Mar. 10, 

1888. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1909; MA. 1913. 

Camb. Regt. (T.F.) 1910; Capt. 12/14; France 1914—15; 

Lt. A.E.C. 1920; Silesia 1921. 61, Lensfield Rd., Cambridge. 
Thompson, Merrick Arnold Bardsley 

Jan.," 1903 -Mar., 1904 Latham. 

afterwards Denton Thompson, s. of Kt. Rev. Lord Bp. of 

Sodor and Man. b. May 16, 1888. Emm. Coll., Camb.; 

B.A. 1910. Hockey Blue 1909. H.M. Consular Service. 

British Vice Consulate, Elisabethville, Belgian Congo. 
Turner, Robert Harrison Tom Jan., 1903— Dec., 1907 Hall. 

s. of the late T. N. Turner, Dunstead, Langley Mill. b. Oct. 26. 

1888. XI. 1905, 06, 07. F.XI. 1905, 06, 07. 6th N. Staff. 
Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; Capt. 6/16; France 1915—17, M.C. Nuthall 
Lodge, nr. Nottingham. 

Westrope, Harold Ash well Jan., 1903— July, 1904 Hall. 

s. of the late J. Westrope, The Yarrows, Hessle. b. Oct. 29, 
1887. 4th E. Yorks. Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; Capt. 6/16; France 
1915, Despatches. Solicitor. Meadowfield, Lamplough Rd., 
Bridlington. 

Back, Percy Robert Hatfeild May, 1903— July, 1908 Cross, 

s. of the late W. H. Back, Hum House, Hethersett. b. May 10, 

1889. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1911; M.A. 1915. 

C. of St. John's, Stratford 1913—15; with Y.M.C.A. in France 
1915—18, Germany 1918—20. H.O. Orchard Lodge, Hether- 
sett, Norwich. 

Bass, Victor Abram May, 1903 — July, 1906 Hall. 

s. of the late Roger Bass, O.R. b. May 31, 1888. Clare Coll., 

Camb. Pte., 20th R. Fus. 8/14; France 1915—16. K. in A. 

at High Wood, July 20, 1916. 
Bostock, Eric Lever May, 1903 — July, 1905 Priory. 

s. of the late W. Bostock, Colwyn Bav. b. Jan. 13, 1888. Pte. 

I/pool Regt. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) Tank Corps 9/16; France 1917; 



232 ford 1903 



prisoner of war 10/17. Solicitor. 23, Bold St., Warrington, 

and Wayside, Grappenhall, Ches. 
Braithwaite, Thomas Stanley May, 1903— July, 1907 Latham. 

s. of T. Braithwaite, Fieldgrove, Bitton. b. Apr. 16, 1889. 

Colliery agent. Duney Hill House, Keynsham, Som. 
Brown, William Towers May, 1903 — Dec, 1907 Latham. 

s. of the late Rev. J. H. Brown, b. Apr. 8, 1889. S.E. Agric. 

Coll., Wye; Medal for practical farm work 1908. Fte. Artists' 

Rifles 1/15; France 1915 — 18. Dairy farming. Flexlands 

Farm, Chobham, Woking. 
Cotterell, Frederic Hampson May, 1903 — July, 1905 Hall. 

s. of F. J. Cotterell, East View, Sutton Rd., Walsall, b. Feb. 12. 

1889. Ironfounder. 5th S. Stall. Regt. (T.F.) 9/14; Lt. 9/15; 

France 1916. Accidentally killed, Dec. 16, 1916, 
FltzGibbon, Desmond FitzGerald May, 1903— July, 1909 Mitre. 

s. of G. FitzGibbon, The Lodge, Steele's Rd., Hampstead. b. 

Nov. 1, 1890. F.XI. 1907, Capt. 1908. XL 1908, 09. 1st 

Agg. P. 1907. Tea planting in Ceylon till 1916. Fit. Sub.- 

Lieut. R.N.A.S. 5/16; Instr. 9/16; Capt. (t) R.A.F. 4/18; France 

1916 — 18 (reprisal raid on Freiburg for sinking Hosp. Ship), 

D.S.C. ; Flying Offr. R.A.F. (Regular Commn.) 1921. 

Cox &■ Co., R.A.F. Branch, 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Hadfield, Wilfrid John McKenzic May, 1903— July, 1905. Orchard. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. C. A. Hadfield. b. Jan. 11, 1889. 2nd S. Lan. 

Regt 1909; Lt. ; France 8/14. d. of w., Sept. 10, 1914. 
Hearfield, Norman Percy May, 1903— Mar., 1904 Latham. 

s. of F. W. Hearfield, Melton House, Brough. b. Mav 15, 

1888. d. Aug. 10, 1909. 
Hull, Harold Lewis May, 1903— July, 1906 Latham. 

s. of H. C. Hull, Box 246, Cape Town.' b. Oct. 6, 1888. 

Graduate, McGill Univ., Montreal. Engineering apprentice. 

Bombr., 2nd Artillery Bde., 1st C.E.F. 8/14; Lt., T.M.B. 1916; 

France 1915 — 16. K. in A. on the Somme, June 2, 1916. 
Maddock, John Stuart May, 1903- July, 1906 Hall. 

s. of J. F. Maddock, J. P., Brundrett House, Alsager. b. Dec. L9 

1887. Earthenware manufacturer. Lyncroft, Alsager, 

Milne, John May, 1903— Apr., 1907 Hall. 

s. of J. Milne, The Rowans, Ashleigh Rd., Leicester, b. June 
. 23, 1889. 4th Leic. Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; Capt. 6/16; France 1915. 

Yarn agent and merchant. 10, Stoneygate Ave., Leicester. 
Minchin, William May, 1903— July, 1906 Cross. 

s. of J. B. Minchin, Terrilands, Pinner, b. June 29, 1888. 
Murray, Patrick Maxwell May, 1908 — July, 1908 Priory. 

s. of A. T. Murray, Claire Voie, Founex, Yaml, Switzerland. 

b. Apr. 24, 1890. Shooting VIII. 1906, 07, 08. 2nd Sherwood 

Foresters 1909; Lt. ; France 8/14. K. in A., Sept. 20, li)14. 
Olivier, Eric May, 1903— Dec, 1906 Orchard. 

s. of G. C. Olivier, Oudtshoorn, S. Africa, b. Nov. 24, 1888. 

F.XI. 1905. XL 1906. Trin. Hall, Camb. Student, Inner 

Temple Trooper, German S.W.Africa, 1914—15; 2nd Lt. (/) 

R.F.C., 3/17; France 1917 — 18. Oudtshoorn, S. Africa. 
Phipps, Charles Bathurst Hele May, 1903 — Dec, 1906 Priory. 

s. of C. N. P. Phipps, Chalcot, Westbury. b. Feb. 8, 1889. 

Trin. Hall, Camb. 2nd Lt. (t) 7th D.G. 9/14 ; Lt. (/) Res. Regt. 

of 1st L.G. 7/17; France 1916. Chalcot, Westbury, Wilts. 
Tinker, Frank Stanley May, 1903 — July, 1905 Hall. 

s. of F. W. Tinker, Ivanhoe, King's Rd., St. Helen's, b. Sept. 

27, 1887. Shooting VIII. 1904, 05. Pemb. Coll., Camb. ; B.A., 

2nd CI. Nat. Sci., 1908; M.B., B.C. 1914. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 



1903 ford 233 



1911. Med. Supt. Barrowmore Hall Tuberc. Colony. Barrow- 
more Hall, Chester. 
Woodman, Guy Henry May, 1903 — Dec, 1903 Cross. 

s. of H. D. Woodman, Ham Manor, Hungerford. b. Jan. 28, 

1889. 2nd Lt. (/) R.F.A. 11/14; Lt. 10/15; France 1915—16. 

The Court House, Offham, Lewes. • 

Allison, Claude Stanley Sept., 1903— Dec, 1907 Orchard. 

s. of Col. J. Allison, 11, Eldon Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

b. Oct. 3, 1889. R.G.A., S.R., 8/14; Regular Commn. R.G.A. 

8/15; Lt. 7/17; France 1915; N.W.F. 1919—20; Lt. Res. of 

Off. 1920. Merchant. 2d, Linda Gdns., W.2, and 11, Eldon 

Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Atkinson, Archibald John Buchanan Sept., 1903— Dec, 1906. Hall. 

s. of F. R. Atkinson, Duffield, Derbys. b. Dec. 4, 1889. Pte. 

M.T., A.S.C., 1916; 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 7/17; France 1916—17. 

A.M. Inst. C.E., M.I.Min. E. 40, High St., Newcastle, Staffs. 
Birkbeck, Michael Sept., 1903 — Dec, 1906 Orchard. 

s. of the late W. J. Birkbeck, Stratton Stravvless Hall, Norwich. 

b. May 4, 1889. Clare Coll., Camb. 1910. Lound, Lowestoft. 
Bruce, John Clayton Collingwood Sept., 1903— July, 1906 Hall. 

s. of J. Bruce, Hill Crest, Whitby, b. Nov. 2, 1888. R.E. 

(T.F.) 5/15; Lt. 6/16; France 1916—18. A.R.I. B. A. Archi- 
tect. 7, St. George's Terrace, Taunton. 
Buckley, Godfrey Sept., 1903 — July, 1907 Priory. 

s. of M. G. Buckley, O.R. b. Oct. 11, 1888. Engineer. Pte., 

P.S. Bn. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (*), 10th E. Lan. Regt. 1/15; Lt. 1/16; 

Egypt and Salonika. Accidentally killed, Aug. 15, 1917. 
Butler, Charles Sept., 1903— July, 1905 Priory. 

s. of S. Butler, The Willows, Bramley, Leeds, b. Nov. 22, 

1889. Engineer. Despatch rider 8/14; R.E. (T.F.) 2/15; Lt. 

1916; attd. R.F.C. (scout) 9/16; Instr. 6/17; France 1915—17. 

Killed when flying in Lines., Aug. 27, 1917. 
Buxton, Murray Barclay Sept., 1903 — Apr., 1908 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. B. F. Buxton, H. Trinity Vic, Tunbridge Wells. 

b. July 30, 1889. Trin. Coll., Camb. ; B.A., 1st CI. Nat. Sci. 

Pt. I., 1911; M.A. 1920. Missionary in Japan 1913—15. 

5thNorf. Regt. (T.F.) 6/15; Lt. 6/16; Gallipoli 1915, Egypt and 

Palestine 1916 — 17, M.C. Business. 51, Evelyn Gdns., 

Kensington, S.W. 
Chandler, Cecil Hillyard Sept., 1903— Apr., 1906 Cross. 

s. of N. Chandler, Belgrave House, Cannock, b. Feb. 28, 1889. 

Aldershot Gym. 1906. Pte. S. Staff. Regt. 9/14; M.T., A.S.C. 

3/15; Cpl. 10/15; Egypt and Salonika 1915—19. Engineer. 

Brook House, Gt. Wyrley, Walsall. 
Cowley, Victor Leopold Spencer Sept., 1903 — Dec, 1907 Priory. 

s. of the late Lt.-Col. A: V. Cowley, V.D. b. June 7, 1889. 

F.XI. 1906. R.M.A. Woolwich (Sandhurst Coy.) Sword of 

Honour. R. Irish Rifles 1909; seed. M.G.C. 1915—21, T/Lt- 

Col. 12/17—11/19; France 1914, 17—19, Despatches 4 times, 

D.S.O., M.C. ; Capt. 10/15. c/o Holt 6- Co., 3, Whitehall Place, 

S.W.I. 
Cronk, Herbert Leslie Sept., 1903 — July, 1908 Hall. 

s. of H. G. Cronk, M.B., Repton. b. Nov. 12, 1889. Exh. and 

L.S. Jesus Coll., Camb., Nat. Sci. Exh.; Crewe Exh. 1908. 

Sch. 1909; 1st CI. Nat. Sci. Pt. I. 1910; 1st CI. Pt. II. 1911. 

Entrance Sch. St. Bart's Hosp. 1910. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

1913. M.B., B.Ch. 1919. Lt. (<) R.A.M.C. 8/16; Capt. 8/17; 

India, 44th Gen. Hosp. and Station Hosp., Belgaum, 1916 — 

19. Asst. School M.O. Cornwall 1919. 2, Carwinion Terrace, 

Liskeard, Cornwall. 



234 ford 1903 

Cursham, Francis George Sept., 1903 — July, 1906 Hall. 

, of H. A. Cursham. O.K. b. Feb. 6, 1889. 8th Sherwood 

Foresters (T.F.) ; Major 6/16; France 1917 — 18. Accidentally 

killed at Aldershot, Aug. 31, 1918. 
David, Arthur Cecil Griffith Sept., 1903 -Nov., 1903 Latham. 

s. of Rev. T. David, Llanddewi Vic., Narberth. b. Nov. 29, 1888. 
Dfxon, Horace Albert Sept., 1903 — July, 1908 Orchard. 

9. of A. Dixon, 175, Piccadilly, W. b. Apr. 3, 1889. C.C.C. 

Carab. ; B.A. 1911. Solicitor. Albert Dixon 6- Son, 175, 

Piccadilly, W. 
Farnell-Watson, Henry Roy Sept., 1903 — July, 1900 Cross. 

s. of the late W. Farnell-Watson, Henfold, Dorking, b. Mar. 4, 

1888. 1st R.E.K. Yco. (T.F.) 8/14; Capt 3rd C.L. Yeo. (T.F.) 

8/17; seed. M.G.C. 3/18; Dardanelles (Cape Helles) 1915, 

Egypt, Senussi Campaign 1916 — 17, Palestine 1917 — 18. 

France 1918, Despatches. Estate agent. The Manor House, 

Little ChishcUl, Royston, Herts. 
Gerds, Frederick Niven Sept., 1903 -Dec, 1905 Hall. 

s. of the late F. W. Gerds, Ditenhage, S. Africa, b. Sept. 7, 

1888. Mining engineer. 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 5/15; France. 
K. in A., June 1, 1915. 

Go vett, Ernest Hume Sept., 1903 Apr., 1905 Orchard. 

s. of E. Govett, Villa San Martino, Florence, b. Oct. 20, 1888. 

Art critic. 
Greswell, William Territl Sept., 1903 July, 1908 Brook. 

s. of C. 11. Greswell, Wayfield, Bicknoller, Taunton. 1». < tot. 15, 

1889. XI. 1905, 06, 07, 08. Somerset XI. 1908, 09, 12, 22. 
Played for Gentlemen 1912. 3rd Som. L.I., S.R. 8/15; Lt. 
7/17; empld. R.E. 4/16; France 1916—19, Despatches. Broker. 
cjo Kecll &• Waldock, Colombo, Ceylon, and Badminton Club, 
Piccadilly, W. 

Grundy, James Sept., 1903 July, 1908 Hall. 

s. of the late A. W. Grundy, b. July 9, 1889. F.XI. 1905, 07. 

Shooting VIII. 1906. Capt. 1907, OS. Hert. Coll., Ox., Fxh. ; 

2nd CI. Math. Mods. 1909; 15. A., 2nd CI. Mod. Hist., 1912; 

MA. 1921. Asst. Master, Cresham's School, Holt, 1912; 

Repton since 1914. 4th Leic. Rcgt. (T.F.) 1/16; R.F.A. (T.F.) 

10/16 ; Lt. 7/17 ; France 1916, 17— 18. 2, The Pastures, Repton. 
Halkett, Alan Templeton Sept., 1903 -July, 1906 Mitre. 

3. of the late R. H. Halkett, F.lsworthv, Walmer. b. fan. 11, 

1889. 2nd Lt. (/) 6th Res. Regt. of Cav. 6/18. Tea planter. 

Nagira P.O., Assam. 
Hill, Cyril Seys Ramsay Sept, 1903— July, 1906 Cross. 

s. of the late J. Ramsay Hill, Georgetown, Demerara. b. Nov. 

30, 1889. 11th Hussars, S.R., 11/14; France 1915, E.E.F. 1917 

—18, M.C.; attd. Egyptian Army 10/18—10/20, Sudan G.S. 

Medal; Maj. Res. of Off. 1/20. cjo Cox <&- Co., Cavalry Branch, 

16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Innes, Donald Esme Isaacs Sept., 1903 — July, 1907 Priory. 

s. of the late D. Isaacs Innes. b. Nov. 22, 1888. Univ. Coll., 

Ox.; B.A., 1st CI. Geol., 1911; Burdett-Coutts Sch. 1911. 

O.U. Hockey XI. 1911; Motor cyclist R.E. 9/14; 2nd Lt. {t) 

R.E. 5/15; Lt. 11/16; France 1914—15, Salonika 1915—19, 

Despatches, M.C. Scotland Hockey XL 1922. Lecturer in 

Geology, The University, St. Andrews; and 23, Lathbury Rd., 

Oxford. 
Johnson, George Washington Sept., 1903 — Dec, 1905 Hall. 

s. of R. L. Johnson, Butterton Hall, Newcastle, Staffs, b. Jan. 

12, 1889. Tile manufacturer. Gunr., R.G.A.; France 1918. 

d. at Rouen, Nov. 1. 1918. 



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Kirby, Arthur Cecil Sept., 1903 — July, 1909 Orchard. 

s. of the late W. Kirby. b. Dec. 20, 1889. F.XI. 1908. 1st 

Agg. P. 1908. Leaving Exh. Ball. Coll., Ox.; B.A., Hons. 

Lit. Hum., 1913; M.A. 1921. Hockey Half Blue 1912, 13. 

Assoc. Football Blue 1913. Colonial Civil Service 1913; Asst. 

Dist. Commr. c/o The Secretariat, Nairobi, Kenya Colony, and 

The Red House, Cavershatn, Reading. 
Lang, Leslie Hamilton Sept., 1903— Dec, 1908 Hall. 

s. of A. Lang, C.M.G., 32, Rosary Gdns., S.W. b. May 27, 1889. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. ; B.A., 2nd CI. Hist. Pt. I., 1911, 2nd CI. Pt. 

II. 1912; M.A. 1918. T.C.F. 1917—18; France 1917. V. of 

All Sts., Swanscombe 1920; V. of St. George's, Camberwell, 

and Warden of Trin. Coll. Mission 1922. St. George's Vic, 113, 

Wells St., Camberwell, S.E.5. 
Lindner, Philip Edward Sept., 1903— July, 1906 Cross. 

s. of F. W. Lindner, Crayton Lodge, Leamington, b. Apr. 4, 

1889. R. Warwicks Regt., Pte. 1914; 2nd Lt. 1915; 1st., 
K.A.F. 4/18; France; Bronze Medal for Military Valour (Ital.). 
K. in A., Julv 21, 1918. 

Lindsay, Maurice James Sept., 1903 — Apr., 1907 Priory. 

s. of D. |. Lindsay, Ash burn, Strandtown, Belfast, b. Mar. 8, 

1890. Pte. M.T.' A.S.C. 915; 2nd Lt. (/) 2/10; Lt. 8/17; 
France. Ashburn, Strandtown, Belfast. 

Lucas, Reginald Hugh Sept., 1903 -Dec., 1905 Hall. 

s. of the late Lt.-Col. H. P. E Lucas, b. Sept. 2(5, L888. Ch. 

Ch., Ox. 1908. Lt. (/) A.S.C, 11/14; Maj. 11/15; D.A.A.G., 

War Office 9/17, O.B.E. Bursar, Bradficld College, Berks., 

and Ilolmbush, Idc, Exeter. 
Mammatt, Gerald Arthur Sept., L903— - Apr., 1907 Latham. 

s. of the late Rev. A. S. Mammatt. b. [an. 20, 1890. F.XI. 

1900. O.S., R.N. Div. 1914; 2nd Lt. (/) A.S.C. 12/15; Capt. 

7/18; France 1917—18. cjo E. M. Mammatt, Ashby-de-la- 

Zoucli. 
Moilliet, Erskine Lind Sept., 1903— July, 1907 Mitre. 

s. of F. A. Moilliet, Puxtye, Sandhurst. Kent. b. June 18, 

1889. S.E. Agric. Coll., Wye 1908. Pte. 72nd Seaforth 

Ilighrs., C.E.F. 8/14; 5th E. Kent Regt. (T.F.) 11/15; Lt. 7/17; 

France 1915. Univ. of Washington, U.S.A., 1920. Farming 

in Vancouver. Parksvillc, B.C., Canada. 
Morgan -Brown, William Nigel Sept., 1903- -July, 1908 Priory. 

s. of Rev. N. M. Morgan-Brown, The Vic, Bishop's Cleeve. 

b. Aug. 4, 1889. Sch. Keble Coll., Ox. Cape Union D.F. 

1914; Lt. S.A. Pioneers 5/16; transfd. SA. Infy. ; German E. 

Africa 1916—17. Asst. Master, Hilton College, Hilton Road, 

Natal. 
Nickels, Walter Tetley Sept., 1903— Dec, 1906 Cross. 

s. of J. T. Nickels, Day House, Shrewsbury, b. Sept. 22, 

1889. Land agent. Pte., 2nd H.A.C. Infv. 1914; Sergt. 1915; 

France 1915 — 17. d. of w. Nov. 17, 1917! 
Ogilvie, Philip Gordon Sept., 1903— July, 1907 Mitre. 

s. of G. Ogilvie, Westlands, Broughty Ferry' b. Oct. 8, 1889. 

Pemb. Coll., Camb. 1908; B.A. 1911. I.A.R.O. 2/15; with 

21st Punjabis on Indian Frontier 1915 — 16; attd. Ordnance 

Dept. 5/16; Despatches. Timber merchant. 29, Strand Rd., 

Pronie, Burma. 
Pellatt, Hamilton Francis Moore Sept., 1903 — Dec, 1906 Priory. 

s. of D. Pellatt, The Green, Banbury, b. Dec. 22, 1888. Univ. 

Coll., Ox. 1908. 3rd R. Irish Regt., S.R., 9/15; Capt. 1/20; 

France 1916—17, Despatches, M.B.E., M.C. Souldem, nr. 

Banbury, Oxon. 



236 ford 1903 



Phillips, Charles George Sept., 1903— July, 1908 Priory, 

s. of the late Major^G. E.fcPhilhps, D.S.O. b. July 7, 1889. 
F.XI. 1906, 07. Shooting VIII. 1907. R.M.C., Sandhurst; 
F.XI. 1908. 2nd W. Yorks. Regt. 1909; empld. K.A.R. 1912; 
Merehan Somali Expn. Jubaland 1913—14, A.G.S. Medal 
(Clasp); B.E.A., G.E.A., Nyasaland, and P.E.A. 1914—18, 
Despatches 3 times, D.S.O., M.C. ; Croix de Guerre, Palme (Fr.), 
Order of Aviz (Portug.) ; T/Lt.-Col. 1916—19; Capt. W. Yorks 
Regt. 11/14; T/Lt.-Col., O.C. 1/lst K.A.R. 12/19. Junior 
United Service Club, Charles St., S.W. 

Rowlands, John Walter Sept., 1903 -July, 1908 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. W. E. Rowlands, Lindula, Ferndale, Tunbridge Wells. 
I). Apr. 26, 1889. Hert. Coll., Ox.; B.A. 1913. Bar. Inner 
Temple 1914. 7th Lan. Fus. (T.F.) 12/15; Lt. 1918. Asst. 
Master, Orley Farm, Harrow. 

Sergent, Raoul Sydney Bentall Sept., 1903— July, 1906 Priory, 
s. of J. L. Sergent, Chateau de Proby, Arlay. b. Feb. 28, 1889 
Sch. Polytech., Zurich 1908; Cert. Elec. and Mech. Eng. 1912. 
A.M.I. E.E. 1917. 1st Prize Rowing Fours Lucerne 1911; 
Championship France Assoc. Football 1912; passed prelim. 
trials Olympic Games diving 1914 (England). R.N. AS., 
Armoured Car Driver 1914; Warrant Offr. 1916; Sublt. (t) 
R.N.V.R. 2/18; Gallipoli 1915—16. Electrical engineer, The 
Gambia Govt., 1921 — 22. Chdteau de Proby, Arlay, Jura, 
France. 

Sharp, Aubrey Temple Sept., 1903 — July, 1908 Latham, 

s. of J. J. Sharp, White House, Whitwick. b. Mar. 23, 1889. 
F.XI. 1906, 07. XI. 1907, 08. 5th Leic. Regt. (T.F.) 1910; 
seed. M.G.C. 9/16; France 1915, 17—18, Despatches, O.B.E. ; 
Major T.F. Res. 1921. Leics. XI. 1910—22. Solicitor. 
Nether Hall, Scraptoft, nr. Leicester. 

Shilcock, John Wynton Sept., 1903— July, 1907 Brook. 

s. of Rev. S. I. W. Shilcock, Titsey Rect., Limpsfield. b. May 
15, 1889. Christ Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1910. Lt., 5th R.W. 
Surrey Regt. (T.F.) ; Mesopotamia 1915. K. in A. at Ctesiphon, 
Nov. 23, 1915. 

Squire, Charles Edward Sept., 1903— July, 1908 Hall. 

s. of S. Squire, 1, Salisbury Rd., Leicester, b. Dec. 16, 1888. 
F.XI. 1904, 05, 06, Capt. 1907. XL 1906, 07, 08. Aldershot 
Gym, 1905, 06, 07. Trin. Coll., Camb; B.A. 1911, M.A. 1920 
Assoc. Football Blue 1909, 11. Asst. Master, Shrewsbury 
1911, Lancing 1912—14. Lt. (t) 8th Rifle Bde. 10/14; Capt. 
9/16; France 1915—19, M.C. H.O. 1920. C.M.S. Miss. Tra van- 
core; Vice Prin., since 1921, The College, Kottayam, Travancore, 
S. India. 

Sword, Arthur Nicholson Sept., 1903— July, 1908 Hall, 

s. of J. S. Sword, Sandhurst, Tunbridge Wells, b. Mar. 2, 1889. 
Shooting VIII. 1906, 07, 08. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. ; 
B.A. 1911. Estancia Buena Esperanza, Chajari, F.C.N. E. A., 
Argentine Republic. 

Thompson, Treffry Owen Sept., 1903— July, 1906 Priory. 

s. of Rev. W. F. Thompson, Fyfield Vic, Abingdon, b. Aug. 
9, 1888. St. John's Coll., Ox.; Casberd Exh. 1909, Sch. 1910. 
Univ. Welch P. for Anat. Drawing 1909; B.A., 2nd CI. Physiol., 
1910; Univ. Sch., St. George's Hosp. 1911; M.B., RCh. 1913; 
M.D. 1918; Radcliffe Trav. Fellowship Ox. Univ., 1916—19. 
R.A.M.C. 2/14; France 1914—16, Italy 1917—18, Despatches. 
Croce di Guerra; Capt. 3/15; D.A.D.M.S. Bolarun, Deccan, 
India. 



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Threlfall, Richard Sept., 1903 — July, 1906 Orchard. 

s. of J. H. Threlfall, Moorlands, nr. Colne. b. Jan. 2, 1890. 

8/14; R.E., S.R., 4/15; Lt. 7/17; France 1915. Electrical 

B.Eng. (Liverpool). A.M. Inst. C.E. Sapper R.E. (T.F.) 

engineer, c\o T. M. Threlfall Esq., Bank Chambers, Nelson 

Lanes. 
Tindall, Richard Frederick Sept., 1903— Apr., 1905 Hall. 

s. of the late W. S. Tindall, 10, The Crescent, Scarborough. 

b Apr. 27, 1890. 2nd Lt., 3rd Line. Regt., S.R., 12/14; 

France 1915. K. in A., Oct. 24, 1915. 
Waldegrave, George Turner Sept., 1903 — July, 1908 Orchard. 

s. of the late Rev. S. E. Waldegrave, O.R. b. Mar. 18, 1889. 

Emm. Coll., Camb., Exh. ; B.A., 3rd CI. Class. Pt. I., 1911; 

M.A. 1916. Chap, to 1st R.N.B. interned in Holland 1/15; 

Act. Hon. Chap. R.N. to Minesweepers and Patrol boats, 

Lowestoft 1917 — 19. Chap., Missions to Seamen, Hong Kong 

1919. H.O. Seamen's Institute, Hong Kong, and Poyntington, 
Sherborne, Dorset. 

Walker, Denham Sept., 1903— July, 1907 Hall. 

s. of W. E. Walker, Polefield Hall, Prestwich. b. Oct. 10, 1888. 

F.XI. 1906. Pemb. Coll., Camb., Exh.; B.A., 1st CI. Nat. Sci. 

Pt. I., 1909. Land agent. Pee., 1st H.A.C. 8/14; 2nd Lt., 

5th E. Lan. Regt. (T.F.) 4/15; seed. M.G.C. 8/16; France 1914 

—16. d. of w., Sept. 19, 1916. 
Wardley, Frank Sept., 1903 — Dec, 1906 Latham. 

s. of C. F. Wardley, J. P., 115, Station Rd., Pendlebury. b. Dec. 

2, 1888. 4th K.O.Y.L.I. (T.F); Capt. 6/16; France 1915—18. 

Solicitor. 179, New Brook Rd., Atherton, Lanes. 
Wells-Cole, Gervas Charles Sept., 1903 — July, 1908 Hall. 

s. of the late G. F. Wells-Cole, Stones Place, nr. Lincoln, b. May 

5, 1889. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb.; M.A., B.Ch. 1922. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1914. Lt. (/) R.A.M.C. 7/15; Capt. 10/16; 

France 1916. Hon. Radiog. and Hon. Surg. Lincoln Co. Hosp. 

1920. The Chorister' s House, The Minster Yard, Lincoln. 
Wilson, Herbert Raymond Sept., 1903— July, 1906 Orchard. 

s. of M. S. Wilson, M.R.C.S., Chippenham, b. Sept. 29, 1888. 
Exh. R.M.C. Sandhurst, P. for Military Law 1907. LA. 1908, 
114th Mahrattas; Capt. 1915; Mesopotamia 1915, 16. d. of w., 
Jan. 11, 1917. 
Yule, Jack Seymour Sept., 1903 — Dec, 1907 Mitre. 

s. of the late G. U. Yule, 16, Manson Place, S.W.7. b. Sept. 29, 

1889. Exh. R.M.A. Woolwich. R.E. 1909; Capt. 9/15; 
France 1914 — 18, Despatches 3 times, O.B.E., Mons Star; 
Capt. R.C. of Signals 1920; Staff Coll., 1922. Junior United 
Service Club, Charles St., S.W.I. 

Allen, Bertram Wedgwood Jan.. 1904— Apr., 1906 Hall. 

s. of the late C. F. R. Allen, O.R. b. Sept. 4, 1888. Colonial 
Police. Asst. Supt. of Police Straits Settlements since 1909. 
Dep. Commr. of Police Johore 1917 — 20. Central Police 
Station, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

Brooksbank, Edward York Jan., 1904— Dec, 1906 Orchard. 
s. of Sir Edward C. Brooksbank, Bart., Healaugh Manor, 
Tadcaster. b. Dec. 17, 1888. 2nd Lt. (t) 1st Res. Regt. of 
Cav., attd. 5th Lancers 8/16; Capt. Remount Service 6/18; 
France 1917. Landowner. Sneaton Hall, Whitby, Yorks. 

Chanter, Edward Roberts Jan., 1904 — Dec, 1906 Priory. 

s. of C. E. R. Chanter, Broadmead, Barnstaple, b. Jan. 15, 

1890. D.C.L.I. 1909; 6th D.G. 1912; France 1914, 16—19; 
Capt. 7/15. cjo Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 



238 ford 1904 



Cooper, Gerald Daniel Jan., 1004 July, 1907 Orchard. 

s. of S. Cooper. 27, Banbury Kd., Oxford, b. |an. 12, 1889. 

Gunr. R.G.A. 1917. Public Schools Club, 61, Curzon St., 11'./, 

and Kings Legh, Willesden Lane, Brondesbury, A'. II'. 
Dobson, Lionel Jan.. 1904 — Dec., 1905 Priory. 

s. of the late j. E. Dobson, Middleton Grange, nr. Hunslet, 

Leeds, b. Sept. 19, 1880. Farming. Belmore Terrace, Wood- 

ville, Adelaide, S. Australia. 
Evans, Harold Gaspar Jan., 1904 — Apr., 1007 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. E. M. Evans, b. Jan. 8, 1800. Pemb. Coll., 

Camb.; 15. A., 3rd CI. Hist. Pt. II., 1011. Member, African Soc. 

Colonial Civil Service. Asst. Dist. Comnir., Kenya Colony. 

cjo The Secretariat, Nairobi, Kenya, and New University 

Club, St. fames' St., S.W.I. 
Grant, John Charles Jan., 1004 -July, 1008 Hall. 

afterwards Grant-Ives. s. of C. E. Grant, Meadow-croft, 

Cambridge, b. Oct. (i, 1880. King's Coll., Camb. ; Nat. Sci. 

Trip 1911. 6th Rifle Bde., S.R., 11/14; Capt. 2/17; France 

1915, Salonika 1915 -18, Despatches. Bradden House, 

Towcester, Northamts. 
Hall, Geoff rev Stanley' Jan., 1004 .--Apr., 1006 Hall. 

s. of E. A. Hall, Castleton Hall, Derbys. b. Sept. 26. 1880. 

The Alliance Hank of Simla, Simla, India, and Chestnut Corner, 

FinchleyRd., AMI'. 
Hoyle, Joshua Jan., 1004 July, 1907 Orchard. 

s. of the late J. Movie, Xorthlicld House, Scalby, Yorks. b. 

May 20, 1880." Lie. 1st Garr. Bn, K.O.Y.L.I. 1017; Cpl. 1918; 

France 1918. Solicitor. Lawton House, Hawthorn Terrace, 

Goole. 
Manners, Cecil Frederick Jan., 1904 Apr,, 1905 Hall. 

s. of W. P. Manners, Highlands, Burton-on-Trent. b. Nov. 26. 

I8S0. 2nd l.t. (7) MT, A.S.C,, 10/16; India, d. June 17, 1017. 
Owen, Henry Leftwych Haddon [an., 1904— Apr., 1006 Latham. 

s. of W. H. Owen, Little Grimsby Hall, Louth, b. May 24, 

1880. 4th Dorset Rcgt. (T.I'.) 10 14; seed. R.F.C. 7/10; 

Fit. Comdr. 3/17 ; Major (t) R.A.F. 10/18; India 1014 16, 

France 1016 17, A.F.C. R.A.F. Club, 128, Piccadilly, 11'./. 
Peet, James Thorougood fan., 1004 Apr., 1905 Hall. 

s. of the late W. Peet, Burscough, Lanes', b. Apr. 29, 1888. 

LL.B. (Liverpool). Pie. L'pool Regt. 9/14; 2nd l.t. (/) 20th 

Lan. bus. 2/b">; Capt. 4/15; France 1016 is. Solicitor. 

22, Billiter St., E.C.3. 
Robinson, fobn Humphrey fan., L904 Apr., 1907 Cross. 

s. of H. M. Robinson, O.R. ' b. Sept, 8, 1889. Aspatria Agric. 

Coll. Pte. M.T., R. A.S.C. 1016; L/Cpl. ; France 1017 19. 

Farming. Glydwish, Burwash, Sussex. 
Smith, Vincent Ridsdale • Jan., 1004 Dec, 1006 Mitre. 

s. of F R. Smith, Cordon House, hverton, Bawtry. b. Oct. 

17, 1880. St. Valerie, 32, Latchmere Rd., Kingston-on-Thames. 
Stokes, William Monckton Jan., 1004 Dec, 1905 Hall. 

s. of S. H. Stokes, Longdon, Rugeley. b. Oct. 0, 1880. 2nd 

Lt. S. Irish Horse 12/16; France. Tunauui, Morere, Hawkes 

Hay, N.Z. 
Straker, Edward Charles Jan., 1904— July, 1007 Hall. 

s. of C. E. Straker, High Warden, Hexham-on-Tyne. b. Feb. 

4. 1890. Jesus Coll., Camb. Lt. (/) Remount Service 8/15; 

Capt. 11/18; France 1915 — 19. High Warden, Hexham-on- 
Tyne. 
Trotter, Hugh Jan., 1904— Dec, 1907 Brook. 

s. of S. Trotter, O.R. b. Aug. 16, 1891. St. John's Coll., Ox. 



1904 ford 239 



Indian Forest Service 1913. I.A.R.O. 1/15; attd. 2nd Gurkha 
Rifles; Capt. 1/19; Egypt 1915—16, Mesopotamia 1910 — 17. 
Kut. Forest Research Institute, Dehra Ditn, U.P., India. 

Webb, Robert Stuart fan, 1904— July, 1904 Priory. 

s. of the late H. L. Webb, M.R.C.S. b.No'v. 14, 1888. 

Wlndley, Francis Morse Tan., 1904— July, 1908 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. T. W/Windlev, O.R. b. Mar. 1, 1890. 
Jesus Coll., Camb.; R.A. 1911; M.A. 1918. T.C.F., France, 
1917. H.O. The Parsonage, Dormanstown , Redcar, Yorks. 

Buchanan, Colin lames Apr., 1904 — Dec, 1904 Hall. 

s. of Col. Buchanan, C.B., Nowshera, India, b. Oct. 5, 1890. 
Merchant service. Sub-Lieut., R.INT.R., Submarine Service, 
1915. Drowned Aug., 1915. 

Collett, Henry Robert Pyemont Apr., 1904 — July, 1908 Latham, 
s. of E. P. Collett, White Cottage, Storr's Park, Windermere, 
b. Dec. 23, 1890. L.D.S.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1914. 2nd Lt. (<) 
R.F.C. 2/17; Balloon Offr. ; Lt. R.A.F. 4/18; Egypt and Pales- 
tine 1917 — 18, Despatches twice. Hon. Dent. Surg., Dental 
Hosp., Manchester. 8, St. John St., Deansgate, Manchester. 

Gulllebaud, Walter Henrv Aor., 1904— July, 1907 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. E. D. Guillebaud. b. July 2, 1890. Man- 
chester Univ. 1907. St. John's Coll., Camb. 1909; 2nd CI. Nat. 
Sci. 1911; Diploma of Agric. 1912; Diploma of Forestry 1913. 
Asst. Inspr., Bd. of Agric. and Fisheries 1914; Research Offr., 
Forestry Commn. 1919. Maplehurst, Gerrards Cross, Bucks. 

Gulllebaud, Claude William Apr., 1904— July, 1907 Hall, 

twin br. of the above. Manchester Univ. 1907. St. John's 
Coll., Camb. 1909; 1st CI. Econ. Pt. I. 1911, 1st CI. Pt. II." 191 3; 
Adam Smith P. 1915; Fellow of St. John's Coll., Camb. 1915, 
St. John's College, Cambridge. 

Hollinshead, Robert Edward Apr., 1904— July, 1908 Mitre. 
s. of E. W. Hollinshead, Endon, Stoke-on-Trent, b. Feb. 17, 
1890. Sublt. (/) R.N.V.R. 1916. Solicitor. Hillcroft, Endon, 
Stoke-on-Trent. 

Hudson, Frank Apr., 1904— July, 1907 Brook. 

s. of the late G. M. Hudson, Mossel Bay, Cape Colony, b. July 
1. 1889. Engineer. 

Jameson, Anthony Mildmay Apr., 1904 — Dec, 1906 Orchard. 
s. of T. M. Jameson, Cottesbrooke Grange, Northampton, b. 
Jan. 26, 1889. 2nd Lt., 5th Leinster Regt., S.R., 4/15; France 
1915—16. K. in A., Sept. 1, 1916. 

Maclntyre, Francis Hector Mackenzie 

Apr., 1904— July, 1906 Brook. 

s. of the late Maj-Gen. Donald Macintyre, V.C. b. Apr. 23, 
1889. Fit. Sublt. (/) R.N. 7/16; Lt. (t) R.A.F., Airship Offr. 
4/18. Mackenzie Lodge, Fortrose, N.B. 

Mackay, Hugh Alan Apr., 1904 — Dec, 1905 Latham. 

s. of G. D. Mackay, The Grange, Dinas Powis, Glams. b. Aug. 
3, 1888. B'ham. Univ. Pte., Infy. Bn. A.I.F. 1914; Dar- 
danelles 1915, France 1916. Civil engineer. 

Macnelll, William Mackinnon Apr., 1904 — July, 1905 Mitre, 
s. of the late Duncan Macneill. b. Mar. 7, 1890. 2nd Lt., 16th 
Lancers; France 8/14. K. in A., Oct. 12, 1914. 

Macpherson, Lachlan Fowke Apr., 1904 — July, 1907 Brook, 
afterwards Hussey- Macpherson. s. of the late L. A. 
Macpherson, Wyrley Grove, Pelsall. b. Jan. 25, 1889. Clare 
Coll., Camb. 1908 ; B.A. 1912. 2nd Cameron Highrs. 1912; 
France 1914— 15, Despatches; Capt. 10/15; empld. 1st K.A.R. 
1922. Clubs, Naval and Military and Caledonian ; and Wyrley 
Grove, Pelsall, Staffs. 



240 ford 1904 



Montgomery, Alien Fiennts Apr., 1904— July, 1908 Brook. 

s. of Major Montgomery, Kilmer, Hill of Down, Co. Meath. b. 

Oct. 9, 1889. Shooting VIII. 1908. Clare Coll., Camb. 

Birtle, Manitoba, Canada. 
Parker, Vincent Henry Goodhand Apr., 1904 — Dec, 1906 Brook. 

s. of V. H. Parker, West Ella Cottage, nr. Hull. b. June 1, 

1890. 2nd Lt. (t) R.F.A. 7/15; Lt. (t) R.F.C. (O.) 7/17; Pilot 

6/18; France 1915—17, Egypt 1917—18. A.M.I.E.E., A.C.G.I. 

Electrical engineer. 21, Colville Sq., Notting Hill, W .11. 
Phayre, Richard Herbert Apr., 1904 — Julv, 1908 Mitre. 

s. of Lt.-Col. R. Phavre, Belgaum, Woking/ b. Mar. 31, 1890. 

R.M.C. Sandhurst. 2nd Yorks. Regt. 1909; Lt. ; France 8/14, 

K. in A. at Ypres, Oct. 26, 1914. 
Shore, Bertram Charles Glossop Apr., 1904- July, 1905 Hall. 

s. of C. R. Shore, O.R. b. Mar. 20, 1890. Went to Bradfield 

Coll. Late Capt. 18th London Regt. (T.F.). Barn Gates, 

Binfield, Berks. 
Stuart, Vernon Douglas Apr., 1904 — Apr., 1908 Latham. 

s. of the late Rev. Canon E. A. Stuart, b. Dec. 21, 1890. 

Gunr., Ceylon G.A. 8/14; R.G.A., S.R., 7/16; Lt. 1/18; France 

1916 — 18, M.C. with Bar. K. in A. near Quenn6mont Farm, 

Sept. 29, 1918. 
Tanner, Robert Arthur Apr., 1904 — July, 1906 Priory. 

s. of the late A. Tanner, O.R. b. Feb. 21, 1889. Shooting 

VIII. 1906. Pte., 58th Gordon Highrs., C.E.F. 1914. 
Titley, Anthony Graham Apr., 1904 — July, 1907 Latham. 

s. of F. A. Titley. b. June 28, 1889. Late 4th W. Yorks. Regt ; 

rejoined 2/15; Lt. 1/17; France 1916—17. K. in A., Apr. 15, 

1917. 
Wardley, Arthur Norton Apr., 1904— July, 1907 Latham. 

s. of C. F. Wardley, J. P., 115, Station Rd., Pendlebury. b. Mar. 

1, 1890. Pte. Calcutta Scottish; 2nd Lt. 4/17; 2nd Lt. 

I.A.R.O., attd. 6th Jat L.I. 8/18. Merchant, c/o Kilburn 

and Co., P.O. Box 61, Calcutta. 
Way et, Frank Merewether Apr., 1904 — July, 1909 Priory. 

s. of Rev. F. F. Wayet, Pinchbeck Vic, Spalding, b. Nov. 5, 

1889. Pte, P.S. Bn. 9/14; 3rd Sco. Rif., S.R., 10/14; Lt. 3/15; 
France 1915. K. in A. at Loos, Sept. 27, 1915. 

Parker, Oliver Ivan June, 1904 — July, 1909 Hall. 

s. of Hon. F. Parker, Wilton House, Eaton Sq. b. Mar. 3, 1891 . 

F.XI. 1908. 5th R. Fus., S.R. 8/14; Capt. 5/16. 31, Throg- 

morton St., E.C.2. 
Albu, Cecil Arthur Sept., 1904 — Jul>, 1907 Brook. 

s. of the late F. Albu, Johannesburg, b. July 28, 1890. 2nd 

Lt. (t) R.E. 2/16; Lt. 8/17 ; France 1916—19. Mining engineer. 

c/o Transvaal Silver &> Base Metals Ltd., Mine Office, P.O. 

Argent, Transvaal. 
Bailey, Howard Sinclair Sept., 1904 — Dec, 1907 Latham. 

s. of T. H. Bailev, Wyldecroft, Wokingham. b. Jan. 7, 

1890. Queen's Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1911, M.A. 1915; Ridley 
Hall. H.O. 1913. T.C.F. 1/17; Egypt and Palestine 1917—19. 
Bishop's Chap., and Asst. Master, St. Paul's College, Hong 
Kong ; and Wyldecroft, Wokingham, Berks. 

Baxter, Charles Augustus Sept., 1904 — July, 1907 Priory. 

s. of the late T. H. Baxter, Hayne House, Plymtree, Cullompton. 

b. May 21, 1889. S.E. Agric Coll,, Wye. "d. Nov. 10, 1913. 
Bayley, Henry Sept.. 1904 — July, 1907 Hall. 

s. of J. Bayley, Willaston Hall, Nantwich. b. May 2, 1890. 

Shooting VIII. 1907. Indian D.F. 8/14; 2nd Lt. I.A.R.O. 9/18. 

Manager, rubber estate. Teluk Anson, F.M.S. 



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Campbell, Ian Percy FitzGerald Sept., 1904— July, 1910 Cross, 
s. of the late D. F. Campbell, Nassau, Palampur, Punjab, b. 
Nov. 25, 1890. XL 1906, 07, 08, Capt. 1909, 10. F.XI. 1907, 
08, Capt. 1909. Fives Capt. 1910. Head Prefect 1908, 09. 
Crewe Exh. 1910. Hert. Coll., Ox., Exh. O.U.A.F.C. 1911, 12, 
Capt. 1913. O.U.C.C. 1911, 12, Capt. 191-3. Played for Gen- 
tlemen 1911. Assoc. F. for the South and for England 1912. 
9th Hamps. Regt. (T.F.) ; India 1916—17, Mesopotamia 
1917—18, Siberia 1918—19, Despatches, O.B.E. ; Capt., retired. 
c/o Turner, Morrison & Co., Calcutta. 
Claughton, Ian Drummond ' Sept., 1904— July, 1909 Hall. 

s. of H. W. Claughton, O.R. b. Oct. 4, 1890. King's Coll., 
Camb. ; 2nd CI. Hist. Pt. I. 1911. 2nd Lt. (t), 11th Suffolk 
Regt. 9/14; Lt. 1915; France 1915 — 16. K. in A., Mar. 4, 1916. 
Clay, Arundel Spencer Sept., 1904 — July, 1909 Cross. 

s. of Rev. J. H. Clay, O.R. b. Feb. 2, 1891. Sch. C. & G. 
(Engineering) Coll., Lond. 1910; Bramwell Medal; B.Sc. (Eng.) 
1st CI., 1912. A.M.I.C.E. 1920. Sapper R.E. 1914; 2nd Lt. 
{t) 3/15; Capt. 9/18; France 1914—17, Mesopotamia 1919, 
Despatches. Executive Engineer, Baghdad Div., P.W.D., 
Mesopotamia 1920. Part Author, "The Field Engineer's 
Handbook." Baghdad Div., P.W.D., Clock Tower Barracks, 
Baghdad, and Miller Bridge, Ambleside. 
Colllngwood, Eric Hugh Sept., 1904— Dec, 1906 Hall. 

s. of the late D. Collingwood, M.D., F.R.C.S., Sydney, N.S.W. 
b. Feb. 6, 1889. Pemb. Coll., Camb. 1913; B.A. 1916. Mem- 
ber, Motor Loan Cte., Min. of Agric. and Fisheries, 1917 — 22. 
Codicote, Herts. 
Courtis, Alan Osborne Sept., 1904 — Apr., 1908 Latham, 

s. of Sir J. W. Courtis, J. P., Fairwater Croft, Llandaff. b. May 
8, 1890. Pemb. Coll., Camb.; B.Ch. 1921,- M.B. 1922. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1916. Surg. R.N.V.R. 1914; Surg, (t) 
R.N. 1916—20. Beeley, Oxted, Surrey. 
Cubltt, Eustace Henry Sept., 1904 — Apr., 1907 Cross. 

s. of E. G. Cubitt, Homing Hall, Worstead, Norwich, b. June 
23. 1889. Corn and flour mills. 5th Norf. Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; 
Capt. 10/15; Gallipoli 1915, Palestine 1916—17, Despatches. 
K. in A. at Gaza, Apr., 19, 1917. 
Day, Francis Morland Sept., 1904 — July, 1909 Hall. 

s. of the late G. M. Day, Burton-on-Trent. b. May 25, 1890. 
Sch. Leaving Exh. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb., Exh.; 
B.A., 2nd CI. Class. 1912; M.A. 1916. Asst. Master, Lower 
Sch. Uppingham, and Nevill Holt Sch. 1915 — 21. Asst. 
Master, The Downs School, Colwall, Malvern ; and The Goat 
House, Horsepool, Brixham, Devon. 
Exham, Sheffield Grace Betham Sept., 1904 — Apr., 1909 Orchard, 
s. of A. R. F. Exham, M.D., O.R. b. Apr. 2, 1890. V. Cho. 
York Minster 1916; T.C.F. 1918—19; V. of Huntington 1921. 
H.O. The Vicarage, Huntington, York. 
Falre, Reginald Alfred Sept., 1904 — July, 1908 Latham, 

s. of A. W. Faire, Elmcote, Knighton, Leicester, b. May 12, 
1891. 4th Leic. Regt. (T.F.) 1909; Capt.; France 1914 — 15. 
K. in A., Oct. 13, 1915. 
Falcon, Robert Rex Berney Sept., 1904 — Mar., 1909 Mitre. 

s. of Lt.-Col. R. W. Falcon, LA. retd. b. May 29, 1890. C. and 
G. (Engineering) Coll., Lond. 1909; A. C.G.I. 1913. 4th R.W. 
Surrey Regt. (T.F.) 1912; Capt. 6/16; seed. LA. 5/15; Mesopo- 
tamia 1916; Tochi Valley 1922; Cantonment Magistrate, 
Kohat 1922. Capt. 53rd Sikhs F.F., LA. 5/19. c(o Grindlay 
and Co., Bombay. 



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Fertile, Roy Mackenzie Sept., 1904 — Apr., 1905 Cross. 

s of the late D. Ferine, Warrenside, Blundellsands. b. May 24. 

1890. Engineer. 2nd Lt., R.E. (T.F.) 9/14; 2nd Lt. (*), R.E. 

12/14; France 1914—15. K. in A., Aug. 16, 1915. 
Fox, Gerald Broome Sept., 1904- Dec, 1907 Brook. 

s. of G. W. Fox, Langdale, Victoria Park, Manchester, b. Feb. 

8, 1891. Testing engineer, Admiralty Lngineering Laboratory, 
West Drayton, Middx.; and Hebron, Colnbrook, Bucks. 

Gulland, Alan Hepburn Sept., 1904— Apr., 1908 Brook, 

s. of the late J. J. Gulland, Little Croft. Yateley. b. May 28, 
1890. R.G.A. 1913; France 1915—18; Mesopotamia (Arab 
Rebn.) 1920; Capt. 11/17. Little Croft, Yateley, Hants. 

Hawkins, Harold John Charlton Sept., 1904— July, 1908 Priory. 
s. of H. C. Hawkins, 21, Old Bldgs., Lincolns Inn, W.C. b. Aug. 

9, 1890. Aldershot Gym. 1907, 08. 3rd Devon Regt. 1910; 
A.S.C. 1913; France 1914—18, Despatches 3 times, O.B.E., 
Mons Star; Germany 1918—19; Capt. R. A.S.C. 9/17. 27M.T. 
Coy., Dera Ismail Khan, India, and e/o Cox o> Co., 16, Charing 
Cross, S.W.I. 

Henderson, Stanley Sept., 1904 JuK,1909 Orchard. 

s. of W. C. Henderson, Constitutional Club, W.C.2. b. Feb 22, 

1890. Sch. Oriel Coll., Ox.; P.. A., Rons. Lit. Hum., 1912. 

O.TJ. Golf Club 1910, 11. Asst. Master, Pelsted Sch. 2nd Lt. 

(t) 9th Essex Regt. 9/14; Adjt. R.F.C. 4/17; Staff Capt. RAF. 

4/18; France 1915, 10, Italy 1918—19. Asst. Sec, Prince of 

Wales's Gen. Hosp., Tottenham, c/o Lloyds Bank Ltd., II:!. 

Kensington High St., W.8. 
Hodgkin, Adrian Eliot Sept., 1904— Julv. 1909 Latham. 

s. of J. Hodgkin. b. Oct. 1, 1890. F.S. Shooting VIII. 1907, 

08, 09. Crewe Exh. 1909. Keble Coll., Ox., Sch.; B.A.. 

Hons. Chem., 1912. Lt. 5th Ches. Regt. (T.F.) 4/14; France 

1915 — 19, M.C. ; Maj. 193-1. Leander Club. F.C.S., A.I.C. 

Research Chemist. Winnington, Nort hunch, and cjo London 

County Westminster cv Parr's Batik Ltd.. Chancery Lane, 

W.C.2. 
Hollis, Arthur Sept., 1904— July, 1907 Latham. 

s. of W. D. Hollis, The Choristry, Pool-in-Wharfedale. b. Nov. 

21, 1889. Leeds Univ., Agric Dept. 1908. F.S.I., F.A.I. 1913. 

Trooper Yorks. Hussars 8/14; 9th Damps. Regt. (T.F.) 4/15; 

Lt. 7/17; seed. R.F.C, Flying Offr., 4/17; India 1916, France 

1917 — 18; prisoner of war 3/18, escaped and recaptured. 

Auctioneer, valuer and surveyor. #, St. Michaels Villas, 

Cardigan Rd., Leeds. 
Hunter, Maurice Ford Sept., 1904— Mar., 1909 Orchard. 

s. of Lt.-Col. M. Hunter, O.B.E., O.R. b. Oct. 11, 1890. 5th 

Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 12/14; Lt. 6/16. Chartered Accoun- 
tant. Highfield, Belper. 
Hunter, Arthur Sept., 1904— July, 1908 Orchard. 

br. of the above, b. Oct. 11, 1890. Relief work in Poland 

1920—22. Highfield, Belper. 
Hunter, John Sept., 1904— July, 1909 Orchard. 

br. of the above, b. Oct. 11, 1890. Relief work in Poland 

1920—22. Highfield, Belper. 
Huntington, Ernest Henry Sept., 1904— Apr., 1908 Latham. 

s. ol the late Rev. II. E. Huntington, Malve in Coll. b. Aug. 2. 

1890. Farming. Ptc, Infy. Bn. A.l.F. 1914; Egypt, Galli- 

poli, France, 1915 — 10. d. at Arnuntiercs, Apr. 25, 1916. 
Lewers, St. ]ohn Montgomery Sept., 1904 — Dec, 1905 Hall. 

s. of A. H. N. Lewers, M.D., 15, Southwick St., Wxdo Park. 

b. Dec. 21, 1889. 15. Southwick St.. Hyde Park, II'. 



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Little, Archibald Guy Sept., 1904— July, 1907 Priory. 

s. of C. H. little, The Rookery, Braemore, Hants, b. July 11, 

1890. N. Som. Yeo. (T.F.) 10/14; Capt. 6/16; France 1915. 
Engineer. 

McMaster, Patrick Garnet Walsh Sept., 1904— Dec, 1908 Priory. 

s. of E. McMaster, Afton Bank, Freshwater, b. May 31, 1890. 

Shooting VIII. 1907. Hamps. Regt. 1910; empld. K.A.R. 

1913; E. Africa 1914—18, Despatches, O.B.E. ; Capt. Hamps. 

Regt. 4/15; T/Major 2nd K.A.R. 11/16. Tabora, Tanganyika 

Territory, and Afton, Freshwater, I.W. 
Maudslay, Ronald Vincent Sept., 1904— July, 1907 Cross. 

s. of the late Capt. E. R. Maudslay, 16th Lancers. b. June 

17, 1890. 2nd Lt. (t) R.F.A. 12/14; Capt. 9/17; France 1915— 

18, M.C. ; prisoner of war 4/18. Estancia Las Paraisos, Santiago, 
Misiones, Paraguay, and Holies, Streatley-on-Thames. 

Ogilvie, Maxwell Sept., 1904— July, 1909 Mitre. 

s. of G. Ogilvic, Westlands, Broughty Ferry, b. Sept. 2, 1891. 

Sch. Ball. Coll., Ox.; B.A., 1st CI. Class., 1912. Ordained 

Priest, Ch. of Rome 1918. St Joseph's Ch., Dundee 1919. d. 

Apr. 19, 1920. 
Perry, Evelyn Walter Copland Sept., 1904— July, 1908 Cross. 

s. of W. C. Perry, 25, Manchester Sq., W. b. Dec. 4, 1890. 

Trim Coll., Camb. 2nd Lt. R.F.C., S.R.; France 8/14. Killed 

whilst flying near Amiens, Aug. 16, 1914. 
Polhlll, Cecil Charles Sept.. 1904— July, 1908 Mitre. 

s. of C. H. Polhill, Howbury Hall, Bedford, b. Mar. 18, 1890. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. 2nd Dorset Yeo. (T.F.) 11/15; Lt. 7/17. 

Howbury Hall, Bedford. 
Ponsonby, Noel Edward Sept., 1904— July, 1909 Hall. 

s. of Rev. S. G. Ponsonby, The Rect., Devonport. b. Jan. 14, 

1891. Organist, Trin. Coll., Ox.; B.Mus., M.A. A.R.C.O. 
Organist Ely Cathedral 1918. The College, Ely. 

Powell, Edmund Barnaby Sept., 1904 — July, 1909 Priory, 

s. of J. C. Powell, 13, Chester St., S.W. b. Aug. 25, 1891. 8th 
London Regt. (T.F.) 1913; Capt. 5/16; France 1915. White- 
friars Glass Works. 66, Drayton Gdns., S.W. 10. 

Shedden, John Lewis Le Hunte Sept., 1904 — Apr , 1907 Cross. 
s. of the late L. Shedden, Leamington. b. Sept. 10, 1889. 
2nd Lt. (t) R.F.C. 1915; invalided out; Pte. London Scottish 
1917; France. 53, Manchester St., Manchester Sq., W.l. 

Sleight, George Frederick Sept., 1904— Apr., 1907 Hall. 

s. of Sir G. F. Sleight, Bart., Weelsby Hall, Grimsby, b. June 
18, 1890. Weelsby Hall, nr. Grimsby. 

Smythe, David Sept., 1904— Dec, 1909 Hall. 

s. of Very Rev. Provost P. M. Smythe, St. Ninian's Cath., 
Perth, b. Dec. 4, 1889. F.XI. 1907, 08, 09. XL 1909. 
Jesus Coll., Camb. 1910; B.A. 1916. Pte. 11th R. Highrs. 1/16; 
2nd Lt. 3rd Seaforth Highrs., S.R., 3/17; France 1917—18. 
Asst. Master, The Grange, Crowborough, Sussex. 

Stroyan, John Robert Anderson Sept., 1904 — July, 1907 Brook. 
s. of J. Stroyan, J. P., D.L., Lanrick Castle, Doune, N.B. b. 
Feb. 24, 1890. Middleweight boxer, Aldershot, 1907. Jesus 
Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1912. R.F.A. 11/14; Capt. 7/17; France 
1915—18; Capt. Res. of Off. Bar, Inner Temple. Oxford 
Circuit. Caledonian Club, S.W., and Lanrick Cast/?, Doune, 
Perthshire. 

Sutton, Denis Herbert Sept., 1904 — July, 1907 Priory. 

s. of J. E. Sutton, 15, Spring Gdns., Buxton, b. Jan. 13, 1890. 
L.D S. 1912. Pte. P.S. Bn. R. Fus. 9/14; 2nd Lt. 10th Manch. 



244 ford 1904 



Kegt. (T.I'.) 2/15; Gallipoli 1915, Egypt 1916. Hon. Dent. 

Surg., Devonshire Hosp., Buxton. 15, Spring Gdns., Buxton. 
Swan, Henry Newton Sept., 1904— July, 1908 Hall. 

s. of the late F. G. Swan, Latimers, Windermere, b. Sept. 7, 

1890. Pemb. Coll., Camb. 2nd Lt. (*) M.T., R.A.S.C, 10/14; 

Capt. 2/17; France 1914— 18, Germany 1919; O.C. 1st Aux. 

Omnibus Coy. 1917 — 18. Pedigree Stock farming. The 

White House, Fawkham, Kent. 
Taylor, Eric Francis Howard Sept., 1904— July, 1909 Brook. 

s. of C. H. Taylor, O.R. b. Jan. 1, 1891. Jesus Coll., Camb. 

Pte. Sportsman's Bn. R. Fus. 10/14; 2nd Lt. (/) 30th R.Fus. 

5/15; France 1916—16. K. in A. on the Somme, July 27, 1916. 
Twigg, John Henry Sept., 1904— Dec, 1907 Hall. 

s. of J. H. Twigg, Amber House, Ashover. b. Sept. 25, 1891. 

Electrical engineer, d. Feb., 1919. 
Vickers, Charles Goldthorpe Sept., 1904- July, 1907 Priory. 

s. of C. E. Vickers, The Manor House, Silver Hill, Sheffield, b. 

Aug. 14, 1890. XI. 1907. 4th Y. & L. Kegt. (T.F.) 11/14; 

Lt. 6/16; France 1915—17. K. in A. at Bullecourt, Nov. 22. 

1917. 
Williams, Anthony Percival Sept., 1904— July, 1907 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. H. P. Williams, 3, Bateman St., Cambridge, b. May 

16, 1890. Asst. Supt. of Police, Ceylon 1909—15. R.M.C. 
Sandhurst ; 4th D. G. 9/15 ; Lt. 1 1/16 ; France 1916—18, Germany 
1918—19; Res. of Off. 1919. Supt. of Police, Ceylon 1919; 
retired 1922. Braboeuf Manor, Guildford. 

Willink, Arthur James Wakefield Sept., 1904— July, 1909 Hall, 
s. of Very Rev. J. W. Willink, The Deanery, Norwich, b. Mav 

17, 1890. King's Coll., Camb., Choral Sch. ; B.A. 1912. 2nd 
Lt. (/) 9th Border Regt. 1/15; Lt. 7/17; France and Serbia 
1915, Salonika 1916. Since 1919, Asst. Master, The College, 
Cheltenham. 

Wood, John Lindsay Sept., 1904— Apr., 1908 Hall. 

s. of T. Wood, Rainton House, Fence Houses, b. Mar. 22, 1891. 

8th Durh. L.I. (T.F.) 1913; France 4/15; prisoner of war 4/15; 

Capt. T.F. Res. M.N. EI. Min. & Mech. E. Mining engineer. 

6, Park Drive, The Park, Nottingham. 
Woodhouse, Ralph Forbes S pt., 1904— Dec, 1907 Cross. 

s. of J. F. Woodhouse, O.R. b. Nov. 16, 1889. 2nd Lt. (/) 

12th North'd Fus. 9/14; Lt. 7/17; France 1915, 18. 117, 

Henry St., Liverpool. 
Woodruff, Herbert Stanley Sept., 1904— Apr., 1907 Hall. 

s. of W. H. Woodruff, 6, Stratford Place, W.l. b. Feb. 21, 

1890. Pte 172nd Infy. Bn. C.E.F. 3/15; France 1915—16. 
Silver fox farming. Penticton, B.C. 

Day, George Lewis Jan., 1905 — July, 1910 Priory. 

s. of G. D. Day, Rheola, St. Ives. b. Dec. 2, 1890. St. John's 

Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1913, M.A. 1919. Univ. Lowe Double 

Sculls 1912; Univ. Pairs 1914; Henley, Wyfold Chall. 1913. 

Visitors Chall. 1914, for Fours. Leander Club. Lt. 1st Hunts. 

Cyclist Bn. (T.F.) 2/14; Maj. 3/17; France, attd. Glouc Regt. 

1916 — 18, Despatches. Member Law Soc, London. Solicitor. 

Rheola, St. Ives, Hunts. 
Elwes, Godfrey Gervase Jan., 1905— Dec, 1907 Hall. 

s. of the late A. Elwes, Congham, King's Lynn. b. Feb. 4, 1891. 

Army Remount Service 1915 — 19, Capt. Breckey Ley, Nowton, 

Bury St. Edmund's 
Hill, Jacobus Dan-ell fan., 1906 — Apr., 1907 Cross. 

s. of His Honour Mr. Justice J. K. D. Hill (retd.) b. Mar. 20. 

1891. Law student 19lo. 3rd Cameronians, S.R. ; Regular 



1905 ford 245 



Commn. Cameronians 1916; France 1914— 19, M.C. ; Capt. 8/16 

The Barracks, Hamilton, N.B. 
Hull, Cyril Henry Sandhusen Jan., 1905 — Dec, 1907 Latham. 

s. of H. C. Hull, Box 246, Cape Town. b. Aug. 9, 1890. Trooper 

Enslin's Horse 1915; 3rd Line. Regt., S.R., 2/16; Lt. 8/17; 

France 1916, M.C. Business. Box 246, Cape Town, S. Africa. 
Jowitt, Montagu Fabyan Jan., 1905 — Dec, 1906 Brook. 

s. of E. Jowitt, 37, Grange Fed., Ealing, b. July 6, 1890. 

Y.M.C.A., American E.F., 1917—19. Farming. 37, Grange 

Rd., Ealing, W.5. 
Law, Charles Jan., 1905— July, 1909 Priory. 

s. of Rev. J. H. A. Law, M.C, W. Hanningneld Rect., Chelms- 
ford, b. June 19, 1890. F.XI. 1908. Pemb. Coll., Camb. ; 

B.A. 1912. Assoc. Football Blue 1912. Inns of Court O.T.C. 

1914; 3rd Devon Regt., S.R., 4/15; Lt. 7/17; France 1916; 

discharged 1918. Engineer. 20, Westminster Palace Gdns., 

Artillery Row, S.W.I. 
Montgomery, Hugh Roger Greville Jan., 1905 — Apr., 1908 Mitre. 

s. of H. G. Montgomery, 39, Wynnstay Gdns., W.8. b. Oct. 4, 

1890. Clare Coll., Camb.; Cert, of Agric. 2nd Lt. It) 7th Norf. 

Regt. 8/14; Capt. 9/16; France 1915—16, India 1917—18, 

Mesopotamia 1918 — 19, M.C. Private Secretary. Bury Cottage, 

Chesham, and Bacton Lodge, Norfolk. 
Parker, Thomas Cowper " Jan., 1905 — July, 1905 Hall. 

s. of E. W. Parker, Skirwith Abbey, Langwathby R.S.O. b. 

Aug. 20, 1890. 2nd Westm'd and Cumb. Yeo. (T.F.) 9/14; 

Lt. ; France, attd. Border Regt., 3/17 K. in A., Oct. 12, 1917. 
Petit, Joseph Paris Sidney Jan., 1905— July, 1908 Cross. 

s. of J. H. Petit, The Grange, Bentley Heath, Knowle. b. May 

15, 1890. 5th R. Warwicks. Regt. (T.F.) 11/14; Capt. 6/16; 

France 1918 — 19. Business. 13, Milverton Terrace, Leaming- 
ton Spa. 
Pim, Herbert Lister Jan., 1905— Dec, 1906 Hall. 

s. of the late J. L. Pim, Nuffield, Surrey, b. Apr. 22, 1890. 

d. Dec. 6, 1912. 
Postlethwaite, William Barry Jan., 1905— July, 1906 Latham. 

s. of W. Postlethwaite, Wharfedale, St. Alban's Ave., Bourne- 
mouth, b. June 17, 1891. M.B., Ch.B., Edin. 1915. 

R.A.M.C, S.R., 9/14; Maj. 3/18; France 1915—18, M.C. with 

Bar. Howard Lodge, Richmond Park Rd., Bournemouth. 
Salter, Robert Jan., 1905— July, 1907 Latham. 

s. of C. S. Salter, Hazlehurst, Pudsey, Leeds, b. Aug. 10, 1890. 

8th W. Yorks. Regt. (T.F.) ; Capt. ; France 1914—16. K. in A., 

Aug. 26, 1916. 
Schloesser, Albert Jan., 1905 — Apr., 1907 Orchard. 

s. of J. M. Schloesser, 107, Liverpool Rd., Southport. b. Jan. 

1, 1890. In Canada. Pte. 16th Canadian Scottish, 1st 

C.E.F., 8/14; France 1914 — 15. K. in A. at Ypres, Apr. 25, 

1915. 
Vidler, John Lionel Symonds Jan., 1905 — July, 1909 Hall. 

s. of the late J. S. Vidler, Kingfield, Rye. b. Mar. 30, 1890. 

XL 1907, 08, 09. F.XI. 1908. Oriel Coll., Ox. Cricket Blue 

1911, 12. Golf Half Blue 1912. c/o The Pavlova Leather 

Co., Ltd., Abingdon, Berks. 
Barnard, Cedric May, 1905 — July, 1909 Cross. 

s. of the late J. C. Barnard, 39, Nevern Sq., S.W. b. Apr. 24, 1891. 

Pte. 20th R. Fus. 9/14; 2nd Lt. 7th North'd Fus. (T.F.) 12/14; 

Lt. 6/16; France 1915—16, Palestine 1917—19, Despatches; 

Order of the Nile, 4th CI. Land agent. 45, Manor Rd., 

Beckenham, Kent. 



246 lord 1905 



Gumming, Alastair Mansfield Smith May, 1905— July, 1908 Hall. 

s. of Commander M. Smith Camming, R.N. b. Dec. 14, 1889. 

1st Seaforth Highrs. 1909; Lt. ; France 1914, Despatches. 

Accidentally killed in France, Oct. 3, 1914. 
Dottridge, Russell Herbert May, 1905— Dec, 1907 Hall. 

s. of W. Dottridge, 12, Portland Court, Gt. Portland St., W. b. 

Nov. 8, 1890. Shoeing Smith H.A.C. 1/15; France 1918. 

.Manufacturer. 12, Portland Court, Gt. Portland St., IV. 
Grange, James Burness May, 1905 — Dec, 1907 Brook. 

s. of W. D. Grange, M.D., 3, Clarence Drive, Harrogate, b. 

| une 14, 1890. Inns of Court O.T.C. 1916; 2nd Lt (/), W. 

Yorks. Regt. 11/16; France 1917—18. K. in A., Apr. 20, 1918. 
Lang, John Henry Graham May, 1905 — Dec, 1908 Orchard. 

s. of Major H. G. Lang, The Holme, Lewes, b. July 1, 1890. 

Pte. Ceylon E.F., Egypt, 1914; R.F.A., S.R., 4/15; Lt. 3/17; 

France 1915—18, M.C. Tea planter. The Ally Moolla Tea 

Estate, Thandaung, via Tonngoo, Burma. 
Lang, George Edward May, 1905 — Dec, 1909 Hall. 

br. of the above, b. Dec. 16, 1891. Tea planter, d. Sept., 

1912. 
Lewis, Lance Will May, 1905— Apr., 1911 Orchard. 

s. of D. L. Lewis, 3, Kensington Court, W. b. Feb. 6, 1892. 

B.N.C., Ox.; B.A. 1914. Pte., H.A.C. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (*), 14th 

K.R.R.C. 12/14; M.G.C. 6/16; France 1915—16. K. in A. at 

Guillemont, Aug. 9, 1916. 
Meade-King, William Oliver May, 1905— Dec, 1907 Hall. 

s. of W. O. E. Meade-King, late of Boyn Hill, Maidenhead, b. 

Dec 31, 1889. A.B., R.N.R., H.MS. " Zarefah," mine sweep- 
ing in North Sea 1914; Sublt. (I) R.N.V.R. 9/15; Comdr. 

MX. 570, 10/18. Civil engineer. 
Methven, Edward Ballantyne May, 1905— Dec, L906 Brook. 

s. of J. Methven, Barcaldine House, Ledaig, Oban. b. July 1, 

1890. 3rd R. Berks. Regt., S.R., 1913; Regular Comran. 

1st Bn. 12/14; K.O.Y.L.I. 2/17; France 1914—17, M.C; 

empld. Gold Coast Regt., W.A.F.F., 4/17; E. Africa 1917—18, 

Bar to M.C. ; Bde. Maj., W. Africa 1918—19 ; Archangel Relief 

Force 1919, Despatches ; W.A.F.F. 1920—21 ; Capt. K.O.Y.L.I. 

10/16. F.K.GS. 1920. Adjt., British Concentration Camp, 

Deolali, India; and cjo Cox & Co., Bombay- 
Phayre, Charles Frederick May, 1905 -Apr., 1909 Mitre. 

s. of Lt.-Col. R. Phayre, Belgaum, Woking, b. May 2(>, 1891. 

2nd R. Munster Fus. 1910; Lt. K. in A. near Mons, Aug. 27, 

1914. 
Rutherford, Godfrey Laird May, 1905— July, 1910 Cross. 

afterwards Sowerby. s. of J. A. Rutherford, White Oak, 

Highclere. b. June 30. 1891. XI. 1910. Jesus Coll., Camb. ; 

B.A. 1914. 5th Durh. L.I. (T.F.) 9/14; Capt. 5/18; France 1915 

— 18, Despatches, M.C. Stokesley, Yorks. 
Sparks, Algernon Charles May, 1906 — July, 1908 Priory. 

s. of C. P. Sparks, C.B.F., O.R. b. Aug. 29, 1891. 2nd Lt. 

(0 R.E. 9/14; Capt. 7/17; France 1915—19, Despatches, M.C; 

Res. of Off. 1920. A.M. 1.1-:. F., A.M.I. Mech. E. lUakeney, 

Rydens Grove, Her sham, Surrey. 
Thwaites, Jeffrey Marsland May, 1905 — July, 1909 Latham. 

s. of the late E. Thwaites, Highfield, Bolton, b. Nov. 26, 1890. 

R.F.A. (T.F.) 1910; Capt. 6/16; France 1917—18, M.C; 

retired, Major, 1919. Engineer. Rosehill, Bromley Cross, nr. 

Bolton. 
von Poellnitz, Merman Walter May, 1906 July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of Baron A. Poellnitz, Brookfield, Bland ford, b. Jan. 21, 



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1891. Shooting VIII. 1907, 08, Capt. 1909, 10. K.M.C. Sand- 
hurst 1910. 2nd Line. Regt. ; Capt. 4/16; seed. R.F.C. 1915, 
Sqn. Comdr. 7/17; France 1914 — 17, Mesopotamia 1918. d. 
there, result of motor accident, May 11, 1918. 

Walker, Cyril Wylara May, 1906 — Dec., 1906 Hall. 

s. of E. W. Walker, Hill View, W. Hartlepool, b. Mar. 19, 
1891. Went to Lorctto. 5th Durh. L.I. (T.F.) 10/14; Lt. 
6/16; attd. R.E. 6/17; France 1915 — 19. Acklam House, Park 
Rd., IF. Hartlepool. 

Whitehead, Harry Harding May, 1905— Dec., 1906 Latham, 
s. of J. D. Whitehead, Middleton Hall, Pickering, b. Mar. 26, 
1891. A.B., R.N.V.R., Hawke Bn. 8/14; Dardanelles 1915. 
K. in A., July 18, 1915. 

Williams, Ronald Samuel Ainslie May, 1905— July, 1908 Hall, 
s. of F. Williams, Brasted Hall, Brasted. b. Apr. 2, 1890. 
R.M.A. Woolwich 1909. R.F.A. 1910; Belgium 1914, Egypt 
and Salonika 1915—17; Capt. 8/16. Brasted Hall, Brasted, 
Kent. 

Wynn, Charles Watkin Meredith May, 1905— Dec, 1908 Orchard, 
s. of the late Hon. C. H. Wynn, Rug, Corwen. b. Oct. 24, 1890. 
R. Sch. of Mines, Lond. 9th Lancers, S.R. ; Lt. 6/16; France 
1914 — 15, 17 — 18. Fechan, Llangollen, N. Wales. 

Vllott, Arthur Duncan Sept., 1905— Mar., 1909 Latham. 

s. of W. Allott, J. P., White Lane Cottage, Chapeltown, Sheffield, 
b. Nov. 8, 1890. 22nd London Regt. (T.F.) 8/15; Lt. 7/17; 
seed. LA. 5/17; France 1916—17, India 1917—18, E.E.F. 1918 
—21; Capt. LA. 5/20, attd. 26/30 Cav. c/o Holt & Co., 
Woodheads Branch, 44, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Beevor, Charles Francis Sept., 1905 — Dec, 1906 Latham. 

s. of Col. Walter Beevor, C.M.G. b. July 23, 1892. Fit. Lt., 
R.X.A.S.; France 8/14. Killed in Flanders, Nov. 5, 1914. 

Bewley, Bryan Charles Sept., 1905 — Apr., 1908 Cross, 

s. of the late B. M. Bewley, Cairo, b. Nov. 21, 1890. 2nd Lt. 
(t) R.A.S.C. 3/15; Capt. 4/17; France, Despatches. Engineer. 
56, Rue du Tabellion, Jxelles, Brussels, and c/o Lady Barrow, 
The Grove, Carshalton. 

Birley, Norman Pellew Sept., 1905 — July, 1911 Hall and New. 

5. of Rev. H. H. Birley, Croxdale Rect., Durham, b. Apr. 29, 
1891. New Coll., Ox.; 2nd CI. Mod. Hist. 1914. 3rd S. Staff. 
Regt., S.R., 10/14; Capt. 9/16; Bde. Maj. 2/17; France 1915— 
19, Despatches, D.S.O., M.C. Asst. Master, Gresham's School, 
Holt, Norfolk. 

Bloomer, Ronald William Sept., 1905— July, 1907 Hall. 

s. of the late C. E. Bloomer, 37, Emperor's Gate, S.W. b. June 
24, 1891. Traffic manager, Wm. Gossage & Sons, Ltd., Wiclnes 
and Liverpool. The Middle House, Helsby, Cheshire. 

Brown, Stanley Gordon Sept., 1905 — Dec, 1908 Brook, 

s. of the late G. Brown, Brandraw House, Aspatria. b. Nov. 1, 

1891. Solicitor. Ptc, P.S. Bn., R.N. Div. 8/14; Dardanelles. 
K. in A., Apr., 25, 1915. 

Bryce, William Theodore Percival Sept., 1905 — July, 1909 Hall. 
s. of Prof. T. H. Bryce, The University, Glasgow, b. Jan. 30, 

1892. Trin. Coll., Camb. 1910; B.A., Hons. Hist., 1913; 
M.A. 1920. R.G.A., S.R., 8/15; Lt. 7/17; France 1915—17, 
Salonika 1917 — 18, Despatches. Architect. The Loaning, 
Peebles, N.B. 

Budden, Eustace I James |Blake Sept., 1905 — Dec, 1909 Priory, 
s. of R. B. Budden, 43, Corfton Rd., Ealing, b. July 18, 1891. 
Light weight boxer, Aldershot, 1909. Univ. Coll., Lond. 1910 ; 
B.Sc 1918. 8th Middx. Regt. (T.F.) 1910; interned in Germany 



248 ford 1905 



and Holland 8/14—11/18; Murmansk 1919, Despatches; S. 

Russia 1919 — 20, Despatches; Order of St. Stanislas, 3rd CI.; 

Constantinople 1920—22; Capt. retired. 43, Corf ton Rd., 

Ealing, W .5. 
Butcher, Vivian Haweis Sept., 1905 — July, 1909 Cross. 

s. of H. H. D. Butcher, 4, Duke's Ave., Chiswick. b. Mar. 15, 

1892. Medical student. Lt., 4th Essex Regt. (T.F.) ; Gallipoli 

1915, Egypt, Senussi Campaign, and Palestine 1915—17. d. of 

w. at Gaza, Mar. 27, 1917. 
Carr, Anthony Lawrence Sept., 1905 — Dec, 1910 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. L. C. Carr, O.R. b. Mar. 7, 1892. F.XI. 1909, 10. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. ; 3rd CI. Nat. Sci. 1914. 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 

10/15; Lt. 1/17; France 1915—17, Despatches; O.C. Wireless, 

Army of Black Sea 1919—20. 14, Ongar Rd., S.W.6. 
Coaks, Herbert Cyril Sept., 1905— July, 1908 Cross. 

s. of H. Coaks, Horeham Manor, Horeham Road, Sussex, b. 

June 15, 1890. Jesus Coll., Camb. 1909; B.A. 1912. Pte. R. 

Fus. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) 9th E. Lan. Regt. 2/15; Lt. 7/16; France 

1915, Salonika 1915 — 17. Farming. Chantry House, Northiam, 

Sussex. 
Coke, Richard Arthur Sacheverell Sept., 1905— July, 1909 Priory. 

s. of G. E. Coke, 7, The Ropewalk, Nottingham, b. Apr. 12, 

1891. Sch. Pte. 4th Ches. Regt. 10/14; 2nd Lt. (/) Lan. Fus. 

3/15; Capt. 12/15; France 1915—16, M.C. ; Pte. M.T., R.A.S.C, 

2/18; France 1918, M.S.M. ; N. Russian Relief Force 1919; Hon. 

Capt. With Y.M.C.A. in Mesopotamia 1920—21. 68, Talbot 

Rd., Old Trafford, Manchester. 
Collison, Edgar Henry Sept., 1905— July, 1909 Cross. 

s. of Rev. H. Collison, The Manor House, Coltishall, Norwich. 

b. June 21, 1891. Solicitor. 2nd Lt., 4th Norf. Regt. (T.F.) 

10/14; Gallipoli 1915; R.F.C. 1916. d. at Norwich, result of 

flying accident, June 26, 1916. 
Cooke, Robert Chevallier Sept., 1905 — July, 1910 Priory. 

s. of F. W. Cooke, Swardeston, Norwich, b. July 25, 1891. 

Magd. Coll., Ox.; B.A. 1917. 3rd Norf. Regt., S.R. 8/14; 

Regular Commn. 1917; Mesopotamia 1915 — 17 (Kut, Sanna-i- 

yat), Despatches, M.C; seed. Egyptian Army 6/17, E. Arab 

Corps since 1919; Lt. Norf. Regt. 2/17. Army and Navy Club, 

and Swardeston, Norwich. 
Deedes, John Gordon Sept., 1905— July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of G. F. Deedes, West Coker, Yeovil, b. Mar. 22, 1892. 

Finsbury Techn. Coll.; Diploma Elec. Etig. 1913. R.E. (T.F.) 

3/14; France 1915 — 17, Despatches twice; Brit. Mil. Mission 

to Gen. Denikin, S. Russia 1919—20; M.B.E. ; Capt. R.C. of 

Signals (Regular Commn.) 1920. 8, Rodway Rd., Roehampton, 

S.W.15. 
Doblnson, Henry Sept., 1905— Dec, 1907 Hall. 

s. of W. Dobinson, O.R. b. Feb. 18, 1891. F.S. Sch. 2nd 

Lt. (t) R.F.A. 9/14; Lt. 5/17; France 1915—17, Italy 1917—19, 

M.C. ; Croce di Guerra. Diplomatic Service. Third Secretary, 

British Legation, Buenos Ayres. 
Ellis, Donald Wilson Sept., 1905— July, 1910 Priory. 

s. of the late B. P. Ellis. Bevendean, Oxshott." b. Apr. 24, 1891. 

XI. 1908, 09, 10. Clare Coll., Camb. Billiards Half Blue 1911. 

Inns of Court O.T.C. 8/14; 3rd Scots. Gds., S.R. 4/15; France 

1915—17, Italy 1917—19, Croce di Guerra; Maj. Res. of Off. 

1920. cjo London County Westminster &■ Parrs Bank Ltd., 1, 

Cavendish Sq., IF. 1. 
Faire, Sydney George Sept., 1905 — July, 1908 Brook. 

s. of G. H. Faire, 16, Morland Ave., Leicester b.M ar. 11, 1892. 



1905 ford 249 



5th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 7/15; Lt. 7/17; France 1917—19, 

M.C. Farming. Broom, Warwicks. 
Fanner, Henry Lewis Sept., 1905 — Dec, 1906 Brook. 

s. of the late H. Fanner, Port Elizabeth, S. Africa, b. Dec. 7, 

1890. With Kynoch, Ltd., Birmingham and London. 59, 

Addiscombe Court Rd., Croydon. 
Gaunt, Richard Lawson Sept., 1905— July, 1906 Brook. 

s. of the late R. Gaunt, Stanningley, Leeds, b. July 10, 1890. 

Farming. Bumcroft, Scalby, nr. Scarborough. 
Gibbings, Oliver Durant Sept., 1905— July, 1907 Cross. 

s. of W. P. Gibbings, 30, Lowther St., Carlisle, b. July 22, 1891. 

Border Regt. Pte. 1915; 2nd Lt. (t) 4/17; Burma and India 

1916 — 19. Auctioneer and surveyor. The Limes, St. James' 

Rd., Carlisle. 
Grundy, Albert Geoffrey Sept., 1905— July, 1911 Mitre. 

s. of the late A. W. Grundy, b. Mar. 24, 1892. Sch. F.S. 

G.D. Sch. 1909, 10, 11. Leaving Exh. New Coll., Ox., Sch.; 

1st CI. Class. Mods. 1913; B.A. 1917, M.A. 1918. 6th Welsh 

Regt. (T.F.) 11/14; Lt. 6/16; France 1916. Asst. Master, 

Repton. The Pastures, Repton. 
Hall, Thomas Archibald Sept., 1905 — Apr., 1907 Brook. 

s. of the late T. Hall, 118, George St., Edinburgh, b. Nov. 18, 

1890. Pte. 4th R. Scots 8/14; 3rd R. Berks, S.R., 12/15; 
Lt. 7/17; Gallipoli 1915, Macedonia 1915—19. Government 
Dentist, Port Stanley, Falkland Islands. 

Hossell, Geoffrey Noel Sept., 1905— Apr., 1907 Latham. 

s. of the late H. Hossell. b. Dec. 4, 1890. Fellmonger and 

wool merchant. /. /. &■ H. Hossell, 96, Coventry St., 

Birmingham. 
Jackson, Ernest Henry Pakeman Sept., 1905 — Dec, 1909 Orchard. 

s. of H. T. Jackson, Ivydene, Littleover, Derby, b. Apr. 9, 

1891. R.M.A. Woolwich. R.A. 1911; France 1914—16; 
Capt. 8/16; R.H.A. United Service Club, Pall Mall, S.W.I. , 
and cjo Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Langdale-Kelham, Roy Dyson Sept., 1905— Apr., 1909 Priory, 
s. of G. M. Langdale-Kelham, The Grange, Preston Park, 
Brighton, b. May 25, 1891. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1915. 
R.A.M.C. (T.F.) Capt. 1916. Mesopotamia. 243, Preston Rd., 
Brighton. 

Macbean, Ronald Eden Sept., 1905— Dec, 1907 Hall. 

s. of the late W. Macbean, of Singapore, b. July 19, 1890. 
Sergt. 2nd Canadian Mtd. Rifles 8/14; 2nd Lt. {t) 7th D.G. 
7/16 ; Lt. 1/18 ; France 1915—19, Despatches, M.C. Maple Bay, 
Vancouver Island, B.C. 

Masson, Keith Sept., 1905 — Jul>, 1909 Brook, 

s. of J. Masson, Victoria Sq., St. Helens, b. May 20, 1891. 
Sch. Shooting VIII. 1908, 09. King's Coll., Camb. ; B.A., 
3rd CI. Nat. Sci., 1912. Surg. Prob. R.N.V.R. 1914—15. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1917. R.A.M.C, S.R., 6/17; Capt. 6/18; 
India 1917—18, Salonika and Constantinople 1918 — 19; Regu- 
lar Commn. R.A.M.C. 1919 ; Capt. 24, Ormskirk St., St. Helens, 
Lanes. 

Mathias, Charles Arthur Stirling Sept., 1905 — July, 1909 Hall. 
s. of Rev. W. Mathias, Brook Grange, Godalming. b. Nov. 11, 
1890. Sch. Wore Coll., Ox., Exh.; B.A. 1913. Pte., 18th 
R. Fus. 8/14; 2nd Lt., E. Kent Regt., S.R., 11/15; France 
1916—17, M.C. K. in A., May 3, 1917. 

Mear, Stephen Sept., 1905— Dec, 1908 Priory, 

s. of S. Mear, Weston Coyney House, Longton. b. July 6, 1890. 
Timber merchant. Weston Coyney House, Longton, Staffs. 



250 ford 1905 

Mellor, John Sydney Sept., 1905— July, 1908 Hall. 

s. of the late II. O. Mellor, Langleys, Woodside Park, N. Finch- 
ley, b. Aug. 18, 1891. 16th London Regt. (T.F.) Sergt. 8/14; 
2nd Lt. 9/15; seed. M.G.C. 1/16; Lt. 7/17; Mesopotamia 1916 - 
19. 3$, Cumberland Mansions, Upper George St., 11'./. 

Mitchell, Martin Hugh Janus Sept., 1 DO.") Apr., 1008 Latliam. 
s. of A. 1). Mitchell, 6, Pembridge Sq., W. b. June 1, 1890. 
A. C.G.I. Electrical engineer. Farming and cattle raising. 
Fundo la Quint a, Los Lagos, Provinda di Valdivia, Chile. 

Moule, John Blackett Sept., 1905 — Apr., 1906 Brook. 

s. ol P. J. Moule, Fairy Glen, Church kd., Bournemouth, b. 
June 16, 1891. Sch. d. Feb. 13, 1907. 

Nickels, Robert Norman Sept., 1905— July, 1908 Cross. 

s. of J. T. Nickels, Day House, Shrewsbury, b. Nov. 1, 1890. 
Sch. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. ; B.A., Mech. Sci. Trip., 

1911. Pte. H.A.C. 1914; 2nd Lt. R.F.A. (T.F.) 7/15; Lt. 6/16; 
France 1915 — 18. Civil engineer, cjo The General Electrical 
Co. of China, Ltd., 1 and 2, Ningpo Rd., Shanghai, and Day 
House, Shrewsbury. 

Oliver, George Harry Lindsay Sept., 1905 — Dec., 1907 Mitre. 

s. of the late J. L. Oliver, Greenriver, Hawick, b. Feb. 25, 1891. 

Pte. P.S. Bn. 9/14; 2nd Lt. {t) Manch. Regt. 1/15; Lt. 6/15; 

Egypt and France 1916 — 17, Germany 1919 — 20; Lt. Res. of 

Off. C.S. (Admiralty). 24, Grange Rd., Barnes, S.W.13. 
Pearman- Smith, William Selwyn Sept., 1905 — Dec, 1907 Hall. 

s. of W. J. Pearman-Smith, Park Hall, Walsall, b. Feb. 10, 

1891. R.F.A. (T.F.); France 1915—18, Despatches twice, 

D.S.O.; Maj. 1920. Park Hall, Walsall. 
Pearson, George Turney Sept., 1905— July, 1910 Hall & New. 

s. of A. H. Pearson, Thorn Hill, Stourbridge, b. Jan. 4, 1892. 

Leaving Exh. Wore. Coll., Ox., French Exh. ; B.A. 1913. 

2nd Lt. (t) 9th Wore. Regt. 8/14; Lt. 10/14; Gallipoli. K. in 

A. at Kabbak Kuyu, Anzac, Aug. 12, 1915. 
Redmayne, Arnold Crossby Sept., 1905— July, 1907 Brook. 

s. of H. W. Redmayne, Lascclles Mansions, Eastbourne, b. 

Oct. 17, 1889. Cpl. R.A.S.C. 12/15; France 1917—19. Cloth- 
ing manufacturer. The Cottage, Brisco, Carlisle. 
Robinson, Falkland Sept., 1905— July, 1907 Ann.. 

s. of W. F. Robinson, 53, Baker St., \V. " b. May 26, 1890. 

Lond. Univ., C.T.C. 2nd Lt. (*) R.G.A. 11/14; Capt. 9/17; 

France 1915 — -19, Despatches, M.C. Engineer, c/o Winnipeg 

Hydro Electric System, 55, Princess St., Winnipeg, Alan., Canada. 
Sergent, Jean Noel Bentall Sept., 1905— July, 1908 Priory. 

s. of J. L. Sergent, Chateau de Proby, Arlay. b. Dec. 27, 1890. 

Sch. B. es Latin et langues vivantes. France Assoc. Football 

1912. Brigadier 10th R.G.A., French Armv, 11/14; 2nd Lt. 
1st Regt. d'Artillerie 1/18; Dardanelles 1915—16, Salonika 
1916—17, Belgium 1918—19, Croix de Guerre (Fr.j. Official 
Interpreter for Mil. Rep., Supreme War Council, Versailles, 
1919. Non.-Coll., Ox., and Asst. Master, Dragon School, 
Oxford; and Chateau de Proby, Arlay, Jura, Prance. 

Sharp, John Basil Sept., 1905 'Dec, 1909 Priory, 

s. of B. C. Sharp. Broom field Lodge, nr. Chelmsford, b. Aug. 
30, 1891. Sch. R.M.C. Sandhurst. The Buffs 1911; France 
1914 — 15; Mission to U.S.A. 1917—18; attd. U.S. Armv, France 
8/18, U.S. Despatches; E.E.F. 1918—19; Maj. 1921; Res. of 
Off. Rugby F. for Eastern Counties, Schoolmaster, Broom- 
field, Lodge, nr. Chelmsford. 

Simpson, Clifford Sandford Sept., 1905 Apr., 1910 Hall. 

s. of the late T. Simpson, Ferri Lodge, Aigburth, Liverpool. 1>- 



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Feb. 11, 1891. Trin. Coll., Camb. 2nd Lt. (/) 8th Yorks. 

Regt. 9/14; Capt. 2/15; France 1915—10. K. in A., July 10, 

1916. 
Simpson, Geoffrey Bamsley Sept., 1905— July, 1900 Latham. 

s. of the late T. S. Simpson, Elmside, Headingley. b. Jan. 15, 

1891. Sch. Trin. Hall, Camb., Law Sch. ; B.A., 3rd CI. Law 

1912; LL.B. 1912. 2nd Lt. (/) 7th Y. & L. Regt. 8/14; Capt. 

3/15; France 1915. cl. of w., Nov. 9, 1915. 
Stephenson, Staveley Sept., 1905— July, 1907 Mitre. 

s. of T. S. Stephenson, Walkington House, Beverley, b. July 

19, 1891. 2ndLt. (<) R.F.A. 10/14; Lt. 11/15; France 1915—19, 

Despatches twice. Farming. Walkington House, Beverley. 
Stocker, Robert Leslie Sept., 1905— July, 1909 Latham. 

s. of G. B. Stocker, 12, Linden Gdns., W. b. Sept. 30, 1891. 

Farming in Canada 1910 — 15. Pte. Canadian A.S.C. 1915; 

Accts. Branch, and Salvage Corps, H.Q., O.M.F.C. till 1919. 

21, Kensington Mansions, Earls Court, S.W. 
Sykes, John Sept., 1905— July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of Rev. Canon E. Sykes, O.R. b. Julv 6, 1892. F.S. Wore. 

Coll., Ox., Hist. Exh. ; B.A., 2nd Cl. Mod. Hist., 1913; M.A. 

1918. Asst. Master, Rossall 1914. 4th Durh. L.I., S.R., 5/15; 

Lt. 11/16; seed. M.G.C. 4/16; France 1916—19, Despatches. 

Tutor, The Diocesan Training College, Exeter. 
Talbot, John Edward Lightfoot Sept., 1905— Dec, 1909 Cross. 

s. of Ven. Archd. R. T. Talbot, D.D. b. Mar. 31, 1892. Lond. 

Univ.; LL.B. (Hons.) 1914. Pte. Glouc. Regt. 1914; Gallipoli 

1915, Mesopotamia 1916—18; Political Dept. LA. 1918; Capt., 
Asst. Pol. Offr. Lamana, Euphrates. Member, Law Soc. 
Solicitor, c/o The Ven. Archdeacon of Swindon, 103, Bath Rd., 
Swindon, Wilts. 

Thomas, Francis Brian Sept., 1905 — July, 1908 Orchard. 

s. of J. G. Thomas, Llandough Rect., Cardiff, b. Feb. 2, 1891. 

2nd Lt. (t) 6th S. Wales Bord. 9/14; Capt. 7/15; France 1915— 

16. Lawn Tennis for Wales 1920, 21, 22. Llandough Red., 

nr. Cardiff. 
Tod, Andrew Keith Sept., 1905 — July, 1909 Brook. 

s. of W. L. Tod, Glenesk, Polton. b. June 27, 1891. Pemb. 

Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1912. Pte. 9th R. Scots 8/14; 2nd Lt. (/) 

Cameron Highrs. 12/14; Capt. 12/18; France 1915—17. Paper 

manufacturer. Glenesk, Polton, Midlothian. 
Urwlck, Lyndall Fownes Sept., 1905— July, 1910 Priory. 

s. of Sir Henry Urwick, J. P., St. Quentin, Malvern, b. Mar. 3, 

1891. Featherweight boxer, Aldershot, 1908, 09. Leaving 

Exh. Duke of Devonshire's P. 1910. New Coll., Ox., Exh. ; 

2nd Cl. Mod. Hist. 1913; M.A. 1920. 3rd Wore. Regt., S.R. 

1912; Capt. 9/14; Bde. Maj. 9/16; D.A.A.G. 9/17; France 1914 

—18, Despatches 3 times, O.B.E., M.C., Mons Star; Hon. 

Major. St. Quentin, Malvern. 
Vachell, John Lyne Sept., 1905— July, 1909 Mitre. 

s. of T. Vachell, St. Gwnlliw, Newport, Mon. b. June 12, 1892. 

R.F.A. (T.F.) 8/14; seed. R.F.C. 8/16; Fit. Comdr. 7/17; Egypt 

1916, France 1915 — 16, 17 — 19, M.C. ; Regular Commn. 
R.A.F. 1919; Waziristan 1919—20; Staff Coll., Quetta 1921; 
Fit. Lt. 4/18. R.A.F. Club, Piccadilly, W.l. 

Wllcockson, William Howson Sept., 1905 — July, 1910 Mitre. 
s. of Rev. J. H. Wilcockson, Tarvin Vic, Chester, b. Apr. 15, 
1891. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb.; Nat. Sci., 1st Cl. Pt. I. 
1913, Pt. II. 1914; Harkness Sch. 1915. Lecturer in Geology, 
Univ. Sheffield 1919. Department of Applied Science, St. 
George's Sq., Sheffield. 



252 ford 1905 

Woolhouse, Eric George Gordon Sept., 1905 — July, 1908 Priory. 

s. of E. G. Woolhouse, Everslev, Southsea. b. Jan. 24, 1891. 

Technical Univ., Hanover. Lt! (t) 12th Y. & L. Regt. 9/14; 

Capt. 3/15; Egypt 1916, France 1916—17; Instr. R.F.C. Cadet 

Wing 1917. Mechanical engineer. Eversley, St. Edward's 

Rd., Southsea. 
Buxton, Alfred Barclay Jan., 1906— July, 1909 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. B. F. Buxton, Holy Trinity Vic, Tunbridgc Wells. 

b. Nov. 3, 1891. Trin. Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1912, M.A, 1920. 

cjo Heart of Africa Mission, Nala, District d'Haut Uele, North 

Belgian Congo. 
Clark, Garnet Leslie Jan., 1906— July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of W. Clark, Benham Court, Newburv.' b. Jan. 24 1891. 

F.XI. 1909. XI. 1910. 1st Agg. P. 1909, 10. Jesus Coll., 

Camb. 7th W. Yorks. Regt. (T.F.) 9/14; Capt. 6/16; France 

1915. Benham Court, Newbury, Berks. 
Corfield, Richard FitzHerbert Jan., 1906 — July, 1909 Hall. 

s. of the late F. C. Corfield, Chatwall Hall, Leebotwood. b. Mar. 

9, 1892. R.F.A., S.R., 6/15; Lt. 7/17; India 1915—16, 18; 

Mesopotamia 1916 — 17; Afganistan 1919. Fruit farming in 

B.C. Chatwall Hall, Leebotwood, Salop. 
Courtis, Walter Stuart Jan., 1906 — Dec, 1909 Latham. 

s. of Sir J. W. Courtis, J. P., Fairwater Croft, Llandaff. b. Aug. 

14, 1891. F.XI. 1909. Shooting VIII. 1909. R.E. (T.F.) 

1909; Capt. 6/16; M.E.F. 1915—16, E.E.F. 1916—17, B.E.F. 

1917. Internat. Hockey, Wales, 1922. Stockbroker and brick 

manufacturer. Fairwater Croft, Llandaff, Glarn. 
d'Albani, Charles Louis Jan., 1906 — July, 1908 Mitre. 

s. of A. J. L. F. A. G. d'Albani, O.R. b. May 5, 1891. 3rd 

Sufi. Regt., S.R. 8/14; seed. LA. 8/15; Regular Commn. LA. 

12/18; Afganistan 1919; Capt. LA. 5/19, attd. 123rd Rifles. 

Pachmarhi, C.P. District, India, and Newmarket, Cambs. 
Dean, Roland Ellis Jan., 1906— Mar., 1909 Priory. 

s. of J. H. Dean, Heath House, Nocton, Lincoln, b. Apr. 26, 

1891. Res. of Off. 1910; Lt. 4/15 ; France, with 1st Norf. Regt. 

1915 — 17, Despatches twice. Farmer. Mere Hall, Lincoln. 
Furze, Claude Jan., 1906— July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of F. Furze, 6, Welbeck House, W. b. May 31, 1891. Jesus 

Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1913. 5th London Regt. (T.F.) ; Capt. 

6/16; France 1914—18. d. of w., Apr. 6, 1918. 
Hanbidge, Charles Milner Jan., 1906— Dec, 1907 Hall. 

s. of R. Hanbidge, Norfolk House, Sheffield, b. June 13, 1891. 

Pte. 29th R. Fus. 11/15; France 1916. Chartered Accountant. 

Stoke Cottage, Grindleford, Sheffield. 
Hay, Andrew Jan., 1906 — July, 1909 Orchard. 

s. of the late Lt.-Col. H. Hay, Bombay Lancers, b. Mar. 3, 

1891. R.M.A. Woolwich. R.G.A. 1911; seed. Indian F.F., 

1915; Mil. Interallied Commn. of Control, Germany 1920; 

Capt. 8/16. Junior United Service Club, Charles St., S.W.I. 
Kerrison, Roger Geoffrey Jan., 1906 — July, 1909 Brook. 

s. of Lt.-Col. E. R. A. Kerrison, O.B.E., C.M.G., O.R. b. July 

14, 1892. 2nd Lt. (t) R.F.A. 9/14; Regular Commn. 10/15; 

France, Mesopotamia and Palestine 1915 — 18 ; Lt. 7/17. Burgh 

Hall, Aylsham. 
Nash, George Jan., 1906— July. 1909 Hall. 

s. of R. S. Nash, The Noak, Martley. b. Sept. 6, 1890. Magd. 

Coll., Camb., Sch. ; 2nd CI. Hist. Pt. I. 1911; B.A. 1912. 

2nd Lt., 0th Wore. Regt., S.R., 8/14; France 1915. d. of w., 

June 28, 1915. 



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Newill, Wilfred Marston Jan., 1906— Dec, 1908 Mitre 

s. of R. H. Newill, O.R. b. July 1, 1891. Trooper Shrops. 
Yeo. ; 2nd Lt. 1st Shrops. Yeo. 2/15; Egypt 1916—17, Des- 
patches; I. A. 1918; Afganistan 1919; Capt. 33/34 Cavalry I. A. 
1919. c/o King, King & Co., Bombay. 

Rowland, Frederick Edgar Jan., 1906 — Dec, 1907 Orchard. 

s. of B. R. Rowland, Holly Bank, Altrincham. b. Feb. 6, 1891. 
2nd Lt. (/) 23rd Manch. Regt. 12/14; Capt. 1/16; France 1916, 
Italy 1917, Salonika 1917 — 19. Mechanical engineer. Holly 
Bank, Altrincham, Cheshire. 

Rushton, Edward Birley Lever Jan., 1906 — July, 1908 Latham, 
s. of F. L. Rushton, Bank Place, Bowdon. "b. Sept. 9, 1891. 
2nd North'n Regt. 1913; Capt. 7/16; France 1914—16, Des- 
patches. K. in A. at Vermelles, Sept. 25, 1916. 

Scott, Edward Claud . Jan., 1906— July, 1910 Cross, 

s. of Col. H. A. Scott, Hampshire Club, Winchester, b. May 15, 
1892. K.M.A. Woolwich. R.G.A. ; France 8/14. K. in A., 
Nov. 21, 1914. 

Seaman, Wilfred Arthur Jan., 1906 — July, 1909 Brook. 

s. of the late F. W. Seaman, Silver Hill, Sheffield. b. Mar. 11, 
1891. R.E. (T.F.) 1909; Egypt and Gallipoli 1915, France 
1917—19, M.C. ; Lt.-Col. 1920. M.I. & S.I. M.J. Inst. E. 
Metallurgical engineer. Steel, Peech &• Tozer Ltd., Phoenix 
Special Steel Works, The Ickles, Sheffield ; R. Automobile Club, 
S.W.I., and Silver Hill, Ecclesall, Sheffield. 

Smith, Percy Carrington Jan., 1906 — Mar., 1909 Hall. 

s. of A. P. Smith, Tamerton, Woking, b. Nov. 22, 1891. 
Farming. 

Woods, Basil Hamilton Jan., 1906- -July, 1910 Brook. 

s. of W. H. Woods, Woodside, Hale. b. Aug. 18, 1891. Oriel 
Coll., Ox. 2nd Lt., R.E. (T.F.) ; Egypt 1914. Killed by 
launch explosion on Suez Canal, Dec. 19, 1914. 

Aitchison, Walter de Lancey Apr., 1906 — July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of S. H. Aitchison, J. P., Lemmington Hall, Alnwick, b. May 
14, 1892. Univ. Coll., Ox.; Hons. Hist. 1913; M.A. 2nd Lt. 
(t) 13th N. Staff. Regt. 8/17; France 1918—19. Merchant, 
Director of Walter Willson, Ltd. Spital Hill, Mitford, 
Northumb. 

Arden, Edward Turchil Apr., 1906— July, 1910 Orchard. 

s. of E. C. Arden, O.R. b. June 13, 1891. XL 1910. 2nd 
Lt. (t) M.T., R.A.S.C. 11/16; Lt. 5/18; France 1917—19. 
Sheep farming. Bauhinia Downs, Julia Creek, O.N.R., 
Australia. 

Barritt, Francis Earn Apr., 1906 — July, 1907 Hall. 

s. of F. Barritt, Yattalunga, Gawler, S. Australia, b. July 13, 
1890. Trooper 3rd M.G. Sqn. Light Horse, A.I.F. ; Egypt and 
Palestine 1917 — 18. Golf Championship S. Australia 1911; 
Tennis Doubles Championship S. Australia 1914 ; No. 1 in Cham- 
pion Polo Team S. Australia 1922. Sheep farming. Yatta- 
lunga, Smithfield, S. Australia. 

Brooks, Ivan Wilkie Apr., 1906— Apr., 1910 Latham. 

s. of H. W. Brooks, 5, Kensington Park Gdns., W.ll. b. Sept. 
28, 1891. 3rd R.W. Surrey Regt., S.R., 8/14; Capt. 5/17; 
France 1915. Artist. Bath Club, Dover St., W.l. 
Cutts, Hubert Cyril Apr., 1906 — July, 1909 Orchard. 

s. of J. Cutts, 12, Private Rd., Sherwood, Nottingham, b. Aug. 
14, 1890. F.XI. 1907, 08. XL 1909. Univ. Coll., Notting- 
ham. Internat. Football, England 1913. Pte. Sherwood 
Foresters 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) 10th Line Regt. 2/15; Recruiting 
Offr. 10/16; Capt. 1/17. 12, Private Rd., Sherwood, Nottingham. 



2f>4 ford 1906 

Davies, Guy Llewellyn Apr., 1906 — Dec, 1908 Latham, 

s, of Lt.-Col. W. T. F. Davies, C.M.G., D.S.O., M.D. b. Dec. 
23, 1892. Went to Johannesburg Coll. Fit. Sub. -Lieut. (/) 
R.N.A.S. 2/16; Fit. Lieut. 10/17; came down in North Sea 
owing to engine trouble, and was captured by German submarine 
11/16. cjo Lt.-Col. W. T. F. Davies, C.M.G., D.S.O., Glen 
Lynden, Hidcote Rail, Natal. 

Franklin, Walter Bell Apr., 1906— July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of A. T. Franklin, 4, Chester Terrace, N.W.I, b. Aug. 16, 

1891. XL 1908, 09, 10. Trim Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1913. 
Cricket Blue 1912. Bucks XL 1912, 13, 14, Capt. 19, 20,21, 22. 
2nd Lt. (0 K.R.R.C. 9/14; invalided out 6/15; A.B., R.N.A.S. 
11/15; Lt. (t) Recruiting Offr. 1916. Middle Temple. Mer- 
chant. 33, Eastcheap, E.C.3. 

Garnett, Harry Seys Apr., 1906— Mar., 1909 Cross. 

s. of the late H. Garnett, O.R. b. June 9, 1892. Techincal 

Coll., Glasgow. 2nd Lt. (/) R.A.S.C. 3/15; later K.A.I". ; 

France. Engineer in U.S.A. cjo G. H. Garnett, ML)., 14, 

Crooms Hill, Greenwich. 
Hamilton, Herbert Otho Apr., 1906 — Dec'., 1910 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. W. F. T. Hamilton, The Vic, Cromer, b. Sept. 18. 

1892. 2nd Lt. (t) 12th North'd Fus. 8/14; Lt. 2/15; France 
2/15. K. in A. near Loos, Sept. 26, 1915. 

Langley, John Kidger Batty Apr., 1900— Mar., 1900 Brook. 

s. of the late J. B. Langley, J. P., Stratford-on-Avon. b. Feb. 

16, 1892. R.E. (T.F.) 1909; Major 6/16; M.E.F. 1915 16, 

B.E.F. 1916—17. Brookside, Totley Brook ltd., Totley, 

Sheffield. 
Nuttall, John Frederick Dixon- Apr., 1906 — July, 1908 Brook. 

s. of F. R. Dixon-Nuttall, Ingleholme, Eccleston Park, Prescot. 

b. June 14, 1891. Lt. R.E. (T.F.); France 1914—15. K. in 

A., May 20, 1915. 
Ramsay, Ernest Wardlaw- Apr., 1906 — July, 1908 Mitre. 

s. of Col. R. G. Wardlaw-Ramsay, V.D., Whitehill, Rosewell, 

Midlothian, b. Feb. 22, 1892. Trooper Rhodesian Frontier 

Corps 1914 ; 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 1 1/18. M.I.M.M. Mining engineer. 

United Sports Club, 4, Whitehall Court, S.W.I. 
Rutherford, Arnold Page Apr., 1906 — July, 1911 Cross. 

s. of J. A. Rutherford, White Oak, Highclere. b. Sept. 2, 1892. 

XL 1909, 10, Capt. 1911. 2nd Lt. (/) R.E. 4/15; France 1915; 

invalided out 1916. Highclere, Newbury, Berks. 
Smith, John Lawson- Apr., 1906— July, 1910 Orchard. 

s. of E. M. Lawson-Smith, J. P., Gorton Lodge, Tadcaster. 

b. Mar. 23, 1892. R.M.C. Sandhurst 1911. 1st \\ . Yorks. 

Regt.; Lt. ; France 1014, Despatches. K. in A., Oct. 20, 1014. 
Tufnell, Samuel Jolliffe Apr., 1906— Dec, 1910 Hall. 

s. of E. M. Tufnell, Porters, Chelmsford, b. Mar. 12, 1893. 

1st Essex Yeo. (T.F.) 1912; France 1914—18, Despatches; 

Capt. 1/19. Farming. Wormingford Hall, Essex. 
Winter, John William Apr., 1906 — July, 1909 Cross. 

s. of H. G. Winter, Wramplingham, Norfolk, b. June 11, 1891. 

Pte. 19th R. Fus. 9/14; 2nd Lt. (/) 10th Norf. Regt. 12/14; 

Lt. (t) R.F.C. (O.) 8/17; Fit. Comdr. 11/18; India. N.W.F. and 

Aden 1915 — -17. Solicitor. Town Clerk of Huntingdon. 

Hemingford Grey, nr. Huntingdon. 
Aldous, Alan Edward Sept., 1906— July, 1911 Brook. 

s. of Rev. J. C. P. Aldous, O.R. b. Apr. 6, 1892. Sch. Jesus 

Coll., Camb., Rustat Sch.; 1st CI. Class. Pt. I. 1914. Trooper 

12th Lancers 8/14 ; 2nd Lt. (/) 8th Border Regt. 2/15. K. in A. 

at the Somme, July 3, 1916. 



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Alliston, Cyril George Prat Sept., 1906— Dec, 19(H) Hall. 

s. of P. Alliston, D.L., C.C., 45-48, Friday St., E.C. b. Nov. I. 

1891. F.XI. 1908, 09. XI. 1909. Sergt. 49th Infv. Bn. 

C.E.F. 8/14; Lt. 8/15; France 1915—16. 46-48, Friday St., 

E.C. 4, and 12, The Avenue, Beckenham, Kent. 
Anderson, John Macnabb Sept., 1906 — July, 1911 Hall. 

s. of H. A. Anderson, C.S.I., O.K. b. Dec. 26, 1891. S<-».. 

D.M. Exh. 1909, 10, 11. Oriel Coll., Ox., Class. Sch. ; 2nd CI. 

Class. Mods. 1913. 3rd R. Scots, S.R., 8/14; Ft. 2/15; France 

1914—15. K. in A., June 18, 1915. 
Anderson, Norman Feslie Sept., 1906 — -Dec, 1911 Hall. 

s. of A. Anderson, National Liberal Club. b. Jan. 23, 1893. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. ; B.A., Mech. Sci., 1919. 2nd Lt. (t) 10th S. 

Staff. Regt. 10/14; Capt. 10/18; Gallipoli 1915, France 1916. 

Despatches. Engineer, cjo Braithwaite &> Co., Engineers, Ltd., 

Calcutta. 
Archibold, Andrew Sept., 1906— Mar., 1909 Latham. 

s. of W. H. Archibold, 63, Cresswell Rd., E. Twickenham, b. 

|tilv 16, 1891. Sch. Surrey Hockey 1914. Pte. 4th Seaforth 

Highrs. 8/14; 2nd Lt. 16th London' Regt. (T.F.) 12/16; Capt. 

6/18; France 1914—15, 16, 18, Salonika 1916, Egypt and 

Palestine 1917. 26, Norman Ave., Twickenham. 
Balnes, Frederick John Talbot Sept., 1906 — July, 1911 Hall. 

s. of T. Baines, 115. Warwick Rd., Earls Court, b. July 25, 

L892. F.XI. 1910. 4th Som. L.I. (T.F.) 11/14; Capt. 7/17; 

India 1914—16, Mesopotamia 1916, 17, Salonika 1918—19. 

Ball. Coll., Ox. 1911 ; B.A. 1919, M.A. 1920. Cuddesdon Theol. 

Coll. H.O. 1921. C. of Leeds Parish Church. Clergy House, 

Parish Church, Leeds. 
Barnard, Humfrey Denzil Sept., 1906— July, 1911 Cross. 

s. of J. C. Barnard. 39, Nevern Sq., S W. b. June 9, 1892. 

2nd Lt., 6th Rifle Bde., S.R., 4/15; France 1916. K. in A. at 

Guillemont, Aug. 21, 1916. 
Barratt, John Roland Sept., 1906— July, 1911 Hall. 

s. of J. H. Barratt, O.R. b. Apr. 27, 1893. 2nd Lt. (t) 10th 

Glouc. Regt. 12/14; R.A.S.C. 5/16; Lt. 11/17; France 1915—19. 

d. at Etaples, Jan. 25, 1919. 
Bathurst, Charles Sept., 1906 — Dec, 1910 Hall. 

s. of L. Bathurst, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. b. Jan. 16, 1893. R.M.C. 

Sandhurst. W. Riding Regt. 1912; France 1915—17, M.C. ; 

Major Res. of Off. Rubber planting. Tanjong Malim, F.M.S. 
Brown, Henry Colborne Sept., 1906 — Apr., 1910 Latham. 

s. of the late Rev. J. H. Brown, b. May 29, 1892. Trin. Coll., 

Ox.; B.A. 1914, M.A. 1917. Pte. Artists* Rifles 2/15; 2nd Lt. 

5th R.W. Surrey Regt. (T.F.) 5/15; Lt. 6/17; France 1918. 

Joint Headmaster Prep. Sch. Northcliffe House, Bognor. 
Burn, Maurice Edward Pelham- Sept., 1906— Apr., 1911 Hall. 

s. of the late Archdeacon Pelham-Burn. b. July 5, 1893. 

2nd Lt. (t) 8th Black Watch 8/14; Lt. 5/15; France 1915, 17. 

K. in A., near Arras, Apr. 9, 1917. 
Burnett, Andrew Stuart Sept., 1906- -Dec, 1908 Hall. 

s. of A. A. Burnett, Shawford Down, Hants, b. Apr. 15, 1892. 

Architectural Assocn. Schools 1911 — 14. A.R.I.B.A., P.A.S.I. 

5th Hamps. Regt. (T.F.) 10/14; seed. l.A.R.O. 1917; Capt. 

9/18; India 1914 — 19. Architect. Hounsdown, Southampton. 
Bush, Gilbert Bremridge Sept., 1906— Apr., 1911 Cross. 

s. of P. W. Bush, The Old Manor House, Kevnsham. b. Aug. 

5, 1892. Pemb. Coll., Camb., Nat. Sci. Sch.; B.A. 1914. 

Radiologist, Mil. Hosp. York 1915—19. Bristol Univ. 1919, 

medical student. Old Manor House, Kevnsham, Bristol. 



256 ford 1906 

Carr, John LiUingston Sept., 1906 July, 1907 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. E. S. Carr, O.R. b. May 16, 1892. Went to St. 
Lawrence Coll., Ramsgate. Magd. Coll., Ox. 1912. Assoc. 
Football Blue 1914. 1st R. Berks. Regt. 8/14; France 1915, 
17; N. Russia 1919; Capt. 9/15. cjo Cox 6- Co., 16, Charing 
Cross, S.W.I. 

Clarke, Harold Joyce Sept., 1906 — Julv, 1912 Mitre, 

s. of H. T. Clarke, Waste Court, Abingdon." b. Dec. 20, 1892. 
Head Prefect 1911. Hert. Coll., Ox., Class. Exh. 3rd R. 
Berks. Regt., S.R., 8/14; Lt. 4/15; France 3/15. K. in A. near 
Richebourg l'Avoue, May 16, 1915. 

Cope, Arthur Haw tayne Sept., 1906- -July, 1910 Hall, 

s. of A. S. Cope, R.A., Little Canipden House, Gloucester Walk, 
W.8. b. Oct. 7, 1892. XI. 1910. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 2nd 
Devon Regt. 1911; France 1914—15, 17 — 18; Despatches, 
D.S.O. ; Capt. 11/16. Little Campden House, Gloucester Walk, W.S. 

Day, Dennis Ivor Sept., 1906— Julv, 1911 Priorv. 

s. of G. D. Day, Rheola, St. Ives, Hunts. ' b. Feb. 10, 1892. 
St. John's Coll., Camb. ; Math. Trip. Pt. I. 1912. Lowe Double 
Sculls 1912; Colquhourj Sculls 1912; Fairbain-Foster Pairs 
1913; Univ. Pairs 1914; Capt. Lady Margaret B.C. 1913—14; 
Camb. Boat 1914; Henley, Wvfold 1913, Visitors 1914; stroked 
Leander in Grand Chall. 1914. Sapper, R.N. Bde. 8/14; 2nd 
Lt. (t), R.F.A. 12/14; France 1915. d. of w., Oct. 7, 1915. 

de Ferranti, Basil Francis Sebastian Ziani 

Sept., 1906— Dec, 1907 Brook, 

s. of S. Z. de Ferranti, The Hall, Baslovv. b. Julv 2, 1891. 
Engineer. 2nd Lt. (0, R.G.A. 10/14; France 1915-17, M.C. ; 
Lt., A/Maj. d. of w. at Wimereux, July 12, 1917. 

de Ferranti, Vincent Gerard Sebastian Ziani 

Sept., 1906— Dec, 1911 Brook, 

br. of the above, b. Feb. 16, 1893. Aldershot Gym. 1908, 09, 
10, 11. 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 9/14 ; Capt. 5/18 ; Gallipoh (Suvla Bav) 
1915, Salonika 1916—18, M.C. Baslow, Derbys. 

Falthfull, Eric Basil Francis Sept., 1906— Dec, 1909 Priory, 

s. of F. E. Faithfull, The Grey Mouse, Epsom, b. Aug. 11, 
1892. 3rd Connaught Rangers^ S.R., 8/14; Capt. 1/17; France 
1915- Hi, Palestine 1917—18. K. in A. near Jericho, Mar. 
10, 1918. 

Gillies, Charles Percivale Sept., 1906 — July, 1911 Mitre. 

S. of A. A. Gillies, Mar Lodge, Alderlev Edge. b. Apr. 8, 1892. 
Sch. F.S. Pemb. Coll., Camb., Class. Sch. ; B.A., Hons. 
Class., 1914. 2nd Lt. (*), 9th N. Lan. Regt. 11/14; Capt., 
M.G.C. (Regular Commn.) 4/16; France 1915—16, M.C. d. of 
w., May 5, 1916. 

Grafftey- Smith, Laurence Barton 

Sept., 1906— Mar., 1909 Latham. 
s. of Rev. A. Grafftev-Smith, Eastrop Rect., Basingstoke. 
b. Apr. 16, 1892. 1st place Student Interpreterships, Levant 
' Consular Service, 1914; Pemb. Coll., Camb. 1914—16; 1st 
place Finals, 11 languages. Vice-Consul, Alexandria 1916 — 48; 
attd. Residency, Cairo, with local rank of 3rd Secretary in 
H.M. Diplomatic Service 1918 20; H.M. Vice-Consul, Jcddah 
1920; Acting Brit. Agenl and Consul, |eddah 1922. cjo Fori 
Office, S.W.I 

Heape, Brian En Sept., 1906 — July, 1911 Hall. 

ol \\ Heape, i R S, b. June 27, 1892, Shooting VIII. 

1910. Aldershot Gym. 1911. Sapper, R.l 11 ; 2nd 

Lt. 9/14; Regular Commn., R.H.A. 12 14; France 1916 17; 

Capt., A/Maj. R.F.A. K. in A. at Anas, May 16, 1917. 



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Heasman, Frederick James Sept., 1906 — Dec, 1906 Orchard, 
s. of H. Heasman, Southwick House, East Grinstead. b. July 
30, 1892. Went to Lancing, c/o T. Wilson Esq., Gallamudina, 
Dolosbagie, Ceylon. 

Hewetson, Richard John Philip Sept., 1906 — July, 1912 Latham, 
s. of Rev. W. Hewetson, O.R. b. Aug. 14, 1893. F.XI. 1911. 
3rd N. Lan. Regt., S.R., 8/14; Capt. 5/16; France 1915, 17, 18; 
wounded and prisoner of war 5/18. d. June, 1918. 

Jenks, Eric Wright Sept., 1906— Dec, 1908 Hall. 

s. of A. E. Jenks, The Hill, Teignmouth. b. Mar. 16, 1892. 
B'ham Univ. The Hill, Teignmouth, S. Devon. 

Keats, Frederick Thorold Sept., 1906— July, 1911 Priory, 

s. of H. F. C. Keats, Melbourne, Victoria, b. Aug. 20, 1892. 
2nd Lt. (t) 8th Suff. Regt. 8/14; Lt. 3/16; France 1915—16. 
K. in A. near Albert, May 25, 1916. 

Kempson, William Robert Sept., 1906 — Dec, 1909 Latham, 

s. of J. F. Kempson, St. John's Vale, Leicester, b. Apr. 1, 1892. 
Sch. R.F.A. (T.F.) 1913; seed. R.F.C. (O.) 2/17; France 1915 
—16, E. Indies and Egypt 1916 — 18, Palestine 1918, Des- 
patches; Croix de Guerre (Fr.) ; Capt. 6/16; retired 1921. 
Admitted solicitor 1919. Fruit farming. Springfield, Bald 
Hills, via Brisbane, Queensland, Avistralia. 

Knowles, Felix Sept., 1906— July, 1910 Brook. 

s. of E. Knowles, Heaton Grange, Bolton, b. Dec. 4, 1891. 
Pemb. Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1913. R.F.A. (T.F.) 4/14; Egypt 
1914—15, 16—17, Gallipoli 1915—16, France 1917—19, 
Despatches, M.C. ; Chevalier of Crown of Italy; Maj. 1920. 
110, Chorley New Road, Bolton. 

uw, Harry Sept., 1906— July, 1911 Priory, 

s. of Rev. J. H. A. Law, M.C, W. Hanningfield Rect., Chelms- 
ford, b. Mar. 17, 1892. F.XI. 1910. 1st Agg. P. 1911. 
Pemb. Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1914. Half Blue C.U.A.C. 1914. 
6th Rifle Bde., S.R., 8/14; Regular Commn. 1st R. Welsh Fus. 
4/15; Lt. 6/15; France 1914 — 15, Despatches twice, d. of w., 
July 21, 1915. 

Leary, George Godfrey Whitley Sept., 1906— July, 1910 Brook, 
s. of E. G. Leary, M.D., Alfreton. b. May 28, 1892. Jesus 
Coll., Camb. 2nd Lt. (t) 10th Glouc Regt. 8/14; Lt. 7/15; 
France. K. in A. at Hulluch, Sept. 25, 1915. 

Mackenzie, Kenneth Alexander Ingle by 

Sept., 1906— July, 1910 Brook, 

s. of K. W. 1 Mackenzie, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Lansdowne 
House, Ryde. b. Aug. 19, 1892. Sch. Trin. Coll., Ox.; 
B.A. 1914; M.B., B.Ch. 1916. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1917. 
Hockey Blue 1912, 13, Capt. 14; Hockev for the South 1912, 14; 
for Hants. 1912, 13, 14. R.N. 2/16; Grand Fleet, North Sea, 
1917—18 ; H.M.S. " Iron Duke " 1919—22. Represented Navy 
at Cricket and Lawn Tennis 1922. Surg. Lieut. H.M.S. " Queen 
Elizabeth," Atlantic Fleet. Lansdowne House, Ryde, I. of W. 

Martin, George Russell Courtney Sept., 1906— Julv, 1908 Hall, 
s. of G. Martin, Hartopp Court, Four Oaks. b."july 25, 1891. 
Business. 2nd Lt., 6th R. Warwicks. Regt. (T.F.) 9/14; 
France 1916. K. in A. near Gommecourt, July 1, 1916. 

Millar, Harold Watson Hoyer- Sept., 1906 — July, 1909 Priory, 
s. of Major R. Hoyer-Millar, 14, Hamilton Place, Aberdeen. 
b. Sept. 4, 1892. Analytical chemist. Internat. Hockey for 
Scotland. Killed in motor cycle hill-climbing competition, 
Aberdeen, May 23, 1914. 

Milner, Roy Denzil Pashley Sept., 1906 — July, 1911 Brook, 

s. of W. A. Milner, O.R. b. Dec. 1, 1892. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 



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2nd Sherwood Foresters 1913; France 8/14. K. in A., Sept. 

20, 1914. 
Monckton, Philip Marmaduke Sept., 1906— July, 1908 Orchard. 

s. of the late M. J. Monckton, Terrace, B.C. b. May 7, 1892. 

Sch. 6th R. Welsh Fus. (T.F. ) 7/15; Capt. 7/19; France 1917 

— 19. Land Surveyor. P.O. Box 17, Terrace, B.C. 
Nodder, Frederick Colmore Sept., 1906 — July, 1911 Brook. 

s. of Rev. J. B. Nodder, O.R. b. Aug. 12, 1892. Shooting 

VIII. 1909, 10, Capt. 1911. Trooper 12th Lancers 8/14; 4th 

Sherwood Foresters, S.R., 3/15; Lt. 7/17; France 1915—17. 

Mechanical engineer. Ashover Red., Chesterfield. 
Pedder, Guy Richard Sept., 1906 — July, 1911 Orchard. 

s. of A. E. Pedder, Barmston, Mundesley. b. July 7, 1892. 

Exh. XL 1911. Fives Capt. 1911. Trin. Coll., Ox. Norfolk 

XL 1913, 14, 21, 22. 13th Hussars, S.R., 8/14; Regular 

Commn. 13th Hussars 2/15; France 1914 — 16, Mesopotamia 

1916 — 17; attd. Political Dept., Mesopotamia 1917 — 21; 

Lt. 7/17. East India & United Service Club, 16, St. James' Sq., 

S.W.I, and Barmston, Mundesley, Norfolk. 
Pedley, John Edward Sept., 1906— July, 1911 Cross. 

s. of T. F. Pedley, M.D., Bridge House, Cantonments, Rangoon. 

b. Dec. 4, 1891. Sch. F.S. Head Prefect 1910. Trin. Coll., Ox., 

Exh.; 2nd CI. Class. Mods. 1913; B.A. 1917. Cpl. 1st K.E.H. 

8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) 12th K.R.R.C. 12/14; Capt. 11/16; France 

1915—17; I.A.R.O. attd. 57th Wilde's Rifles P.F.F., N.W.F.P. 

1917; Capt. 12/18; Peshawur 1919. I.C.S., United Provinces. 

The Club, Allahabad, U.P., and c/o Cox & Co., Bombay. 
Pope, Claude Harry Sept., 1906— Mar., 1909 Cross. 

s. of H. Pope, Avenue House, King's Lynn. b. Nov. 16, 1891. 

Despatch Rider R.E. 11/14; 2nd Lt. R.F.A. (T.F.) 7/15; France 

1915 — 17; Capt. retired. Kdla Juggah, Woodhurst Rd., 

Maidenhead. 
Popham, Reginald Francis Sept., 1906— July, 1911 Brook. 

s. of B. F. Popham, O.R. b. Jan. 8, 1892. FXI. 1908, 09, 

Capt. 1910. XL 1910, 11. Hert. Coll., Ox. Assoc. Football 

Blue 1912, 13, Capt. 1914. 6th Norf. Regt. (T.F.) 10/14; Capt. 

6/16; France 1916, 18—19; retired 1919. Stock Exchange. 

62, Gt. Cumberland Place, W.l. 
Rathbone, Philip St. John Basil Sept., 1906— Apr., 1910 Mitre. 

s. of E. P. Rathbone, Homewood, Horeham Rd., Sussex, b. 

June 13, 1892. F.XI. 1909. Pte. London Scottish; 2nd Lt. 

L'pool Scottish (T.F.) 1/17; Lt. 7/18; France 1916—19, M.C. 

Actor (Basil Rathbone). Playing in " East of Suez," His 

Majesty's Theatre, London. 7, Harley St., It". 7. 
Ronksley, Francis Hugh Sept., 1906— July, 1911 Latham. 

s. of J. G. Ronksley, 12, Palmerston Rd., Sheffield, b. Aug. 7, 

1892. Shooting VIII. 1910, 11. R.E. (T.F.) 9/14; Lt. 6/16; 

seed. R.F.C. 1917; Gallipoli and Egypt 1915—16, France 1916, 

18, Despatches, M.C; Regular Commn, R.A.F. 1919; Flying 

Offr. 4/18. c/o Cox <S- Co., R.A.F. Branch, 16, Charing Cross, 

S.W.I. 
Rumney, Ihomas Sept., 1906 — July, 1909 Brook. 

s. of W. E. Rumney, J. P., New Mills, Derbys. b. Aug. 19, 1892. 

R.F.A. (T.F.) 1911; Regular Commn. R.F.A. 4/15; Lt. 7/17; 

Sinai and M.E.F. 1914—15; seed. F.O., Diplomatic Service, 

Athens 1917; R.A.F., Aden 1918; invalided 10/19. Solicitor, 

Manchester. New Mills, Derbys. 
Smith, Stephen Christopher Winneld 

Sept., 1906— July, 1907 Hall. 

s. of S Smith, Canaveralla, Namanakula, Ceylon, b. Mar. 8, 



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1892. 3rd E. Surrey Regt., S.R., 1910; attd. R.F.C. ; Fit. 
Comdr. 2/16; France 1914, Mesopotamia 1915 — 16 (Kut), 
Despatches, D.S.O.; prisoner of war 4/16; Regular Commn. 
R.A.F. 1919 ; Sqn. Leader 1920. R. Automobile Club, Pall 
Mall, S.W.I. 

Sparks, Cedric Harold Sept., 1906 — Dec, 1909 Priory, 

s. of C. P. Sparks, C.B.E., O.R. b. Sept. 30, 1892. St. John's 
Coll., Camb. ; B.A., Hons. Mech. Sci., 1914; M.A. 1921. R.F.A. 
8/14; Capt. 7/17; France 1915—16; Res. of Off. 1920. 
A.M.Inst.C.E. In India. Branscombe, 33, St. Matthew's 
Ave., Surbiton. 

Stuart, Cyril Edgar Sept., 1906 — Dec, 1909 Latham. 

s. of the late Rev. Canon E. A. Stuart, b. Nov. 27, 1892. St. 
John's Coll., Camb. 1911; B.A. 1914, M.A. 1920. Pte. 19th 
R. Fus. 9/14; 2nd Lt. 3rd N. Staff. Regt., S.R., 4/15; Lt. 3/16; 
Salonika 1916—19. Ridley Hall 1919—20. H.O. Chaplain 
and Lecturer, Ridley Hall, Cambridge. 

Thomas, Alec Vaughan Sept., 1906— July, 1912 Hall, 

s. of J. A. Thomas, The Croft, Worcester Park. b. Sept. 14, 
1892. XL 1912. 2nd Lt. {t) 11th E. Surrey Regt. 8/14; 
Capt. 3/15; Gallipoli 1915. K. in A. at Krithia, Aug. 6, 
1915. 

Wakefield, Roger Owen Birkbeck Sept., 1906— Dec, 1910 Mitre, 
s. of E. Wakefield, Farnagh, Moate, Co. Westmeath. b. July 
20, 1892. Shooting VIII. 1908. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 1st R. 
Irish Fus. ; Lt. ; France 8/14. d. of w., Aug. 28, 1914. 

Wakefield, William Vivian Sept., 1906— July, 1910 Orchard, 
s. of the late W. Wakefield, Walsgrave Hall, Coventry, b. Aug. 
18, 1891. Sch. Jesus Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1913. 7th R. War- 
wicks. Regt. (T.F.) 12/14; Lt. 6/16; France 1916; retired. 
Killigrews, Margaretting, Essex. 

Walker, James Arthur Higgs- 

Sept., 1906— July, 1911 Hall and New. 

s. of W. H. Higgs-Walker, Wychbury House, Hagley, nr. Stour- 
bridge, b. July 31, 1892. XL 1911. St. John's Coll., Ox., 
Sch.; B.A., 2nd CI. Mod. Hist., 1914. Worcestershire County 
Cricket. 2nd Lt. (t) 9th Wore. Regt. 8/14; Capt. 4/16; Egypt, 
Salonika, Mesopotamia 1915 — 16, Italy 1917 — 18. Member, 
Historical Assocn. Asst. Master and Housemaster, Oundle. 
The Juggah, Oundle, Northants. 

Walton, Cyril Glanmor Sept., 1906 — Julv, 1911 Cross, 

s. of W. W. Walton, O.R. b. July 12, 1893. R.E. (T.F.) 
10/14; Lt. 1/16; Egypt, Despatches, M.B.E. Towy Castle, 
Carmarthen. 

White, Ronald George Brooman- Sept., 1906— Dec, 1909 Cross. 
s. of R. Brooman-White, Arddarroch, Garelochhead. b. Aug. 
10, 1892. 2nd Lt., 4th R. Innis. Fus., S.R., 8/14; France, 
K. in A. at Ypres, May 15, 1915. 

Wilkinson, Alan Machin Sept., 1906 — July, 1910 Cross, 

s. of H. W. Wilkinson, 14, Creffield Rd., Ealing Common, b. 
Nov. 21, 1891. F.XI. 1909. Oriel Coll., Ox.; B.A. 1913. 
Assoc. Football Blue 1914. 9th Hamps. Regt. (T.F.) 3/14; 
Capt. 6/16; seed. R.F.C. 6/15; Wing Comdr. 3/18; France 1916, 

17, Despatches twice, D.S.O. with Bar. 35a, Queen's Gate, 
S.W.7. 

Wilkinson, Guy Powlett Sept., 1906 — Apr., 1910 Cross, 

s. of F. H. Wilkinson, I.C.S. b. Mar. 23, 1892. Sch. of Mines, 
Truro. Mining engineer, Nigeria, 1913. 2nd Lt. (t) 12th E 
Yorks. Regt. 9/14; Capt. 3/15; Egypt 1915—16, France 1916— 

18. Colonial C.S., Nigerian Admin., 1920. Since 1921 Station 



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Magistrate, Jos, Bauchi Province, Nigeria ; and The Pines, 

Broadstone, Dorset. 
Wray, Kenneth Christopher George 

Sept., 1906— July, 1910 Orchard. 

s. of Rev. G. D. Wray, Timperley Vic., Altrincham. b. May 

19, 1891. Jesus Coll., Camb. 4th S. Lan. Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; 

Lt. 7/15; France 1915—16. K. in A., Aug. 9, 1916. 
Ambler, Ernest Jan., 1907 — Apr., 1910 Latham. 

s. of J. Ambler, J. P., Heaton Mount, Bradford, b. May 18, 

1892. Pte. R. Fus. 8/14; R.M.C. Sandhurst 1914; W. Yorks. 

Regt. 5/15; France 1915—18; prisoner of war 5/18; Lt. 2/16. 

Junior United Service Club, Charles St., S.W.I. 
Calthorpe, Hon. Frederick Somerset Gough- 

Jan., 1907— July, 1911 Cross. 

s. of the 8th Baron Calthorpe. b. May 27, 1892. XI. 1909, 10, 

11. St. Cath. Coll., Camb. Cricket Blue 1912, 13, 14, 19. 

1st Staff. Yeo. (T.F.) 10/14; Lt. 6/16; Lt. R.N.A.S. 1/18; France 

x918. Capt. Warwicks. XI. 1920, 21, 22. Kingswick, Sunning- 

hill, Berks. 
Campbell, John Andrew Dalrymple 

Jan., 1907— Apr., 1910 Orchard. 

s. of the late J. A. G. Campbell, Colonial CS. b. Nov. 18, 1892. 

Pte. London Scottish 8/14; 2nd Lt. 7th Black Watch (T.F.) 

8/15; Lt. 7/16; seed. M.G.C. 1/16; France 1915—17. 1, 

Mansfield Place, Richmond Hill, Surrey. 
Carmichael, George Clement Jan., 1907 — July, 1910 Mitre. 

s. of J. W. Carmichael, 2, Fintry Race, Broughty Ferry, b. 

Nov. 13, 1891. Engineering student. Pte., 16thMiddx. Regt. 

9/14; 2nd Lt., 3rd A. and S. Highrs., S.R., 7/15; France. 

K. in A., Aug. 18, 1916. 
Clough, Brian Wilfred Jan., 1907— Orchard. 

s. of Rev. J. Clough, Wilford Rect., Nottingham, b. Sept. 16, 

1892. d. at home, Sept. 27, 1909. 

Hasson, Paul Rudolph Jan., 1907— Apr., 1912 Priory. 

s. of the late W. F. C. Hasson, U.S. Navy. b. Apr. 2, 1893. 
2nd Lt. U.S. Army 1917; France 1918. c/o Michelson & Stern- 
berg, 116, Broad St., New York. 

Hewitt, Harry Aspdin Jan., 1907 — Apr., 1911 Priory, 

s. of C. R. Hewitt, 309, Burton Rd., Derby. b. Dec. 17, 1892. 
F.XI. 1910. With Corinthians to the Argentine 1914. 8th 
Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 10/14; Capt. 6/16; France 1917, M.C. 
Assoc. M.I.Min.E. Mining engineer. Crantock, Farley Rd., 
Derby. 

Levy, Maitland Benn Jan., 1907— Apr., 1912 Orchard, 

s. of S. R. Levy, 10, Spring St., Sydney, N.S.W. b. July 9, 

1893. Irish Gds., S.R., 6/15; Capt. 12/17; France 1915—18, 
M.C. K. in A., Apr. 12, 1918. 

Macbean, Ian Gordon Jan., 1907— July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of the late W. Macbean, of Singapore, b. Feb. 24, 1892. 
Aldershot Gym. 1909, 10. R.M.C. Sandhurst. Sherwood 
Foresters 1911; France 1914, 15, Salonika and Constantinople 
1916 — 19, Despatches 3 times, M.C; Croix de Guerre (Fr), 
Order of White Eagle, 5th CI. (Serb.) ; Schleswig Internat. 
Plebiscite Commn. 1919; Capt. 6/16, Bt. Maj. 6/19. c/o Cox 
and Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Mansfield, Oliver Henry Jan., 1907— Dec, 1908 Orchard, 

s. of F. Mansfield, Sawley Rd., Long Eaton, b. Dec. 10, 1892. 
Pte. 20th R. Fus. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (/) 9th Line. Regt. 12/14; 
Labour Corps. 6/17; Capt. 3/19; France 1915. Lace manu- 
facturer. Sawley Rd., Long Eaton, Derbys. 



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Marsland, Sydney Hammond Jan., 1907 — Apr., 1910 Latham. 

s. of J. E. Marsland, Woodstock, West Didsbury. b. Apr. 5, 

1892. Clare Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1914. 2nd Lt. (t) 11th Manch. 

Regt. 8/14; Lt. 7/15; Dardanelles. K. in A. at Suvla Bay, 

Aug. 7, 1915. 
Massicks, Thomas Henry Leslie Barlow- 
Jan., 1907 — Dec, 1909 Brook. 

s. of H. Barlow-Massicks, J. P., The Friary, Tickhill, Yorks. 

b. Feb. 21, 1892. M.I. & S.I. Steel manufacturer. The 

Grange, Ulley, nr. Sheffield. 
Minchin, Edward Antony Jan., 1907 — July, 1909 Brook. 

s. of J. B. Minchin, Terrilands, Pinner, b. Nov. 23, 1892. 

R. Sch. of Mines, Lond. 
Morton, James Fairfax Amphlett- Jan., 1907 — July, 1910 Priory. 

s. of J. Amphlett-Morton, Puxton House, Kidderminster, b. 

May 6, 1892. Clare Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1914. Articled to 

solicitor. 6th K.R.R.C, S.R., 8/14 ; Lt. 1/15 ; France 1914—15, 

Despatches. K. in A., Jan. 10, 1915. 
Musgrave, Frederick William Jan., 1907— July, 1908 Latham. 

s. of the late C. Musgrave, Hollycroft, Ilkley. b. July 8, 1892. 

6th W. Yorks. Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; Capt. 6/16; France 1915—19, 

M.C. Wool merchant. Hollycroft, Ilkley, Yorks. 
Palmer, Geoffrey Frederick Neill Jan., 1907— July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of Sir Geoffrey Palmer, Bart., Withcote Hall, Oakham, b. 

Sept. 20, 1893. XI. 1911, 12. Trim Coll., Camb. Coldstream 

Gds. 8/14; France 1914—17; Capt. 7/17. Plays Cricket and 

Golf for Household Bde. Guards Club, Brook St., W.l. 
Pemberton, Alan John Macdonald Jan., 1907 — July, 1909 Priory. 

s. of the late Col. W. W. Pemberton, I.S.C. b. Feb. 15, 1892. 

1st Leinster Regt., Capt. 7/16; seed. R.F.C., Flying Offr. ; 

France, Despatches, M.C. K. in A. at Bapaume, Nov. 3, 1916. 
Richardson, John Noel Jan., 1907 — July, 1912 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. G. F. Richardson, St. Paul's Rect., York. b. Dec. 23, 

1892. F.XI. 1908, 09, 10, Capt. 11. XL 1911, 12. Aldershot 

Boxing 1911, 12. Oriel Coll., Ox.; B.A. 1916. Football Blue 

1914. 2nd Lt. (t) 6th R. Berks. Regt. 9/14; Maj. 9/18; France 

1915 — 19, Despatches, M.C. with Bar. Education Dept., 

Khartoum. Conservative Club, St. James St., S.W.I. 
Roche, George Denis Burke Jan., 1907 — Apr., 1912 Cross. 

s. of Hon. A. C. B. Roche, Assolas, Kanturk. b. Apr. 24, 1893. 

1st Agg. P. 1912. 2nd Lt. (t) 11th K.R.R.C. 2/15; Capt. New 

Armies 5/18; France 1916 — 19, Despatches, M.C. Mera Medio 

Estancia, La Penea, Cordoba, Argentine Republic. 
Scowcroft, Clair Isherwood Jan., 1907— Dec, 1910 Latham. 

s. of the late T. Scowcroft, O.R. b. July 16, 1892. R.F.A. 

(T.F.); Dardanelles 1915, Egypt; Maj. 53rd Bde. R.F.A. (T.F.) 

1920. Redthorpe, Bromley Cross, nr. Bolton. 
Shilcock, Douglas Leonard Spence Jan., 1907 — -Apr., 1908 Brook. 

s. of Rev. S. I. W. Shilcock, Titsey Rect., Limpsfield. b. Apr. 

21,1892. Lt. (t) R.A.S.C. 8/14; France 1914, 15. Headmaster, 

Prep. Sch. Kingsmead, Seaford, Sussex. 
Tinker, Brian Jan., 1907— July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of C. S. Tinker, Meal Hill, Hepworth. b. Apr. 4, 1892. 

Magd. Coll., Camb. Yorks. Dragoons (T.F.) 1912; France and 

Germany 1915 — 19; Capt. 9/17. Emley Woodhouse, Wakefield. 
Trelawny, Harry Reginald Salusbury- 

Jan., 1907— Dec, 1910 Cross. 

s. of J. Salusbury-Trelawny, Harewood, Buckfastleigh. b. 

May 7, 1893. 3rd D.C.L.I., S.R., 4/15; Capt. 6/18; France 

1916—19. Coffee planter, d. in India, Apr. 10, 1921. 



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Turketine, Thomas Leslie Jan., 1907 — July, 1910 Brook. 

s. of T. Turketine, F.C.A., Lismaine, Kingston-on-Thames, 
b. Dec. 15, 1891. Pte. H.A.C. 9/14; 2nd Lt. 5th E. Surrey 
Regt. (T.F.) 10/15; Staff Capt. 9/17; India 1916—17, Mesopo- 
tamia 1917 — 19. Chartered accountant. 11, Queen Victoria 
St., E.C.I, and Lismaine, Portsmouth Rd., Kingston-on-Thames. 

Turner, Horace George Jan., 1907 — Apr., 1910 Latham, 

s. of G. Turner, 38, Augustus Rd., Edgbaston. b. Nov. 4, 1892. 
Business. Trooper, Warwicks. Yeo. (T.F.) 9/14; Dardanelles 
1915. K. in A. at Suvla Hay, Aug. 29, 1915. 

Abson, Joseph Frederic Bradley " Apr., 1907 — Dec, 1910 Brook, 
s. of Major J. Abson, D.S.O., F.R.C.V.S., Dene Holt, Claremont, 
Sheffield, b. Dec. 16, 1893. 2nd Lt. (t) 7th K.O.Y.L.I. 11/14; 
Capt. 12/17; France 1916—18, Despatches. Dene Holt, 
Claremont, Sheffield. 

Ashe, Edward Neville Apr., 1907 — Apr., 1910 Latham. 

s. of E. Ashe, The Coppice, Hale, Cheshire, b. Mav 5, 1893. 
Stockbroker. 8th Manch. Regt. (T.F.) 10/15 ; France 1917— 18, 
Despatches, M.C. ; Lt., A/Capt. K. in A. at Manchester Hill, 
Mar. 21, 1918. 

Back, Sidney Lenipriere Apr., 1907 — July, 1910 Cross, 

s. of the late W. H. Back, Hum House, Hethersett, Norwich, 
b. Dec. 4, 1892. 2nd D. Gds., S.R., 9/14; Capt. 3/18; France 
1915 — 17. Agricultural engineer. Orchard Lodge, Hethersett, 
Norwich. 

Bamber, Martin Kelway Apr., 1907 — July, 1910 Brook, 

s. of H. K. G. Bamber, Stone Castle, Greenhithe. b. Oct. 7, 

1892. Pte. 18th R. Fus. 9/14; 2nd Lt. (t) R. Fus. 6/15; Lt. 
7/17; attd. Signal Service R.E. 1918; France 1915—17, N. 
Russia 1918 — 19. Cement manufacturer. Stone Castle, Green- 
hithe, Kent. 

Barber, Clement Richard Apr., 1907— Mar., 1909 Brook. 

s. of Rev. R. W. Barber, St. Dunstans, Canterbury, b. Nov. 

23, 1892. Civil engineer. H.B.M. Consular Agency, Birket- 

el-Sab, Egypt. 
Bengough, Neville Stuart Harcourt Apt., 1907 — July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of Maj-.Gen. Sir H. M. Bengough, K.C.B. b. June 8, 1893. 

R. Sch. of Mines, Lond. ; A.R.S.M. 1919. 2nd Lt. (t) 8th Welsh 

Regt. 10/14; Lt. 8/15; Gallipoli 1915. Member of Lloyds. 

78, Colekerne Court, S.W.5. 
Bicknell, Robert Alan Wimberley Apr., 1907— July, 1910 Cross. 

s. of R. H. Bicknell, Prestwood, Gt. Missenden. b. May 2, 1893. 

Gren. Gds., S.R. ; France 1914—19, M.C. ; Capt., retired. 

9, Radnor Place, Hyde Park, W.2. 
Bostock, Harold King Apr., 1907— July, 1909 Mitre. 

s. of the late W. Bostock, Colwyn Bay. b. May 17, 1892. 

Pte. 17th L'pool Regt. 1914; 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 5/16; Capt. 

1/19. Engineer. Plas Euryn, Colwyn Bay, N. Wales. 
Burt, Theodore Charles Arthur Apr., 1907— Apr., 1912 Latham. 

s. of the late Hon. S. Burt, Perth, W. Australia, b. June 12, 

1893. 2nd Lt. (t) R.F.A. 2/15; Lt. 12/15; France 1915—16. 
K. in A. near Montanban, July 15, 1916. 

Buxton, George Barclay ~ Apr., 1907 ---|ulv. L910 Mitre. 

oi Rev. B. F. Buxton, If. Trinity Vic, Tunbridge Wells, b. 

Oct. 16, 1892. Kisumu Mounted Scouts, B.E. Alrica, 8/14; 

I Lt., 5th Norf. Regt. (T.F.) 10/15; R.F.C. (Pilot) 3/17; 

Egypt 1916, France 1917. K. in A. neai Passi hendaele, July 

28, 1917. 

Glemence, Stanley Apr., 1907 — Dec, 1909 Orchard. 

s. of W. Clemence, 14, Beckenham Grove, Shortlands. b. Jan. 



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10, 1893. Shooting VIII. 1909. Engineering student. 6th 

E. Surrey Regt. (T.F.) 9/14; I.A.R.O., attd. l/7th Gurkha 

Rifles, 1915; LA. 1916; Mesopotamia 1917—19; Kurdistan 

Expedn. 1919; Capt. I. A. 1919. Royal Societies Club, St. James 

St., S.W.I. 
Gubltt, Thomas Oliver Apr., 1907 — Mitre. 

s. of E. G. Cubitt, J. P., Honing Hall, Worstead, Norfolk, b. 

May 28, 1893. d. Aug. 20, 1909. 
Downing, Percy Howard Apr., 1907— Dec, 1910 Brook. 

s. of the late Col. E. Downing, V.D., J. P. b. June 23, 1892. 

Bantamweight boxer, Aldershot, 1909. 3rd W. Yorks. Regt., 

S.R., 10/14; France 1915—16, India 1917—19; Capt., retired. 

Scotton Lodge, nr. Knaresborough, Yorks. 
Greener, Noel Hindmarsh Apr., 1907 — Dec, 1909 Priory. 

s. of the late Dr. Greener, 39, Cathedral Rd., Cardiff, b. Dec. 

16, 1892. 2nd Lt. (t) K.O.S.B. 9/14; Lt. 10/14. K. in A. at 

Loos, Sept. 25, 1915. 
Hancock, Thomas Apr., 1907 — July, 1911 Latham. 

s. of T. D. Hancock, Bagnall House, nr. Nottingham, b. Apr. 

21, 1894. Cpl. Motor Cycle Sect. S. Notts. Hussars 8/14; 2nd 
Lt. 7th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 12/14; Lt. 6/16; France 
1915 — 16. Bagnall House, nr. Nottingham. 

Hardcastle, Alfred Edward Loyd Apr., 1907— July, 1912 Cross, 
s. of A. Hardcastle, J. P., High Field, Hawkhurst. b. June 6, 
1893. 5th The Buffs (T.F.) 8/14; India 1914, 16—18, Mesopo- 
tamia 1915—16, 18—19; Capt. T.F. Res. 1920. Fruit grower. 
Twisden, Tenterden, Kent. 

Haslam, William Kenneth Seale Apr., 1907 — Apr., 1911 Hall. 
s. of Sir. A. S. Haslam, J. P., Breadsall Priory, Derby, b. 
Mar. 10, 1893. R.F.A. (I.F.); Capt. 4/16; France 1916—17. 
K. in A., Apr. 27, 1917. 

Inchbold, Gerald Llewellyn Apr., 1907 — Dec, 1910 Cross. 

s. of H. Inchbold, 31, Sholebrook Ave., Leeds, b. Aug. 5, 1892. 
4th Sherwood Foresters, S.R., 8/14; Lt. 3/16; seed. R.F.C, 
1917 ; France 1917. K. in A. near Ypres, May 31, 1917. 

Long, Edward Lawsori Apr., 1907— Dec, 1909 Latham. 

s. of J. W. Long, Woodlands, Otley. b. July 2, 1892. Clerical 
staff, 4th V.B..W. Riding Regt. 1917—18. Woodlands, Otley, 
Yorks. 

Moir, Reginald Apr., 1907— Apr., 1911' Priory, 

s. of Sir E. W. Moir, Bart., 41, Cadogan Sq., S.W.I, b. Jan. 
1, 1893. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb. ; B.A., Engineering 
Trip., 1914. 2nd Lt., R.E., S.R., 8/14; France 1914—15. d. 
in hospital, Nov. 9, 1915. 

Moses, Eric Claude Apr., 1907 — July, 1912 Orchard, 

s. of A. Moses, P.O. Box 87, Johannesburg, b. July 18, 1893. 
XL 1909, 10, 11, Capt. 1912. F.XI. 1910, 11. 

Murton, Lewis Apr., 1907 — July, 1910 Cross, 

s. of H. Murton, Edgewood, Lower Arrow Lake, B.C. b. Feb. 

22, 1893. Pte., Kootenay Cougars, C.E.F. 8/14; L/Cpl. ; 
France 1914 — 16. K. in A. on the Sonime, Nov. 18, 1916. 

Rhodes, Herbert Alan Apr., 1907— July, 1910 Orchard. 

s. of Capt. H. B. Rhodes, Barrock Park, Carlisle, b. Apr. 28, 

1892. 2nd Lt. 1st Westmd. and Cumb. Yeo. (T.F.) 9/14; Lt. 

{t) R.A.S.C. 11/16; France 1915—16, Palestine and Syria 1917 

— 19 ; Hon. Capt. Mechanical engineer. Barrock Park, Carlisle. 
Richardson, Morris Gordon Farrar Apr., 1907 — July, 1909 Cross. 

s. of R. M. Richardson, Lorraine, Gosforth. b. July 20, 1892. 

6th North'd Fus. (T.F.) 1911; Capt. 2/16; seed. R.F.C. 7/15; 

Fit. Comdr. 7/16; France 1915—16, 17—18, Despatches; 



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retired 1920. Lorraine, Graham Park Rd., Gosforth, Newcastle- 

on-Tyne. 
Spark, Durbin Sanderson Apr., 1907 — July, 1910 Priory. 

s. of H. S. Spark, Old Hall Farm, Church Fenton. b. Tan. 18, 

1893. 2nd Lt. (/) Som. L.I. 9/14 ; Capt. 12/17 ; France 1915—18, 

M.C. 77, Summerland Ave., Minehead. 
Stanley, Evelyn Charles Apr., 1907— Dec, 1910 Mitre. 

s. of C. H. Stanley, Holmwood, Datchet. b. July 25, 1893. 

Late Capt. R.A.S.C. (T.F.). Holmwood, Datchet, Bucks. 
Stileman, Cecil Herbert Apr., 1907— July, 1912 Mitre. 

s. of H. I. Stileman, 12, Hornton Court, Kensington, b. June 

10, 1893. 2nd Lt. (1) 14th R. Fus. 10/14; attd. R.F.C. 1/16; 

France 1915—16. K. in A., Feb. 29, 1916. 
Vale, Eustace Linnhe Douglas Apr., 1907 — July, 1907 Priory. 

s. of Rev. D. L. Vale. b. Dec. 5, 1893. Left on account of 

ill -health. 
Whlston, Lionel Frederick Henry Apr., 1907— Dec, 1909 Cross. 

s. of the late W. Whiston, Ivy House, Highclere. b. Mar. 1, 

1893. R.M.C, Sandhurst 1911. 3rd Hussars 1913; Capt. 1920. 

c/o Cox c> Co., 16, Charing Cross, 5. IF. 7. 

AFTER 350th ANNIVERSARY. 

Asprey, Maurice Sept., 1907— Dec, 1909 Brook. 

s. of G. E. Asprey, The Court Lodge, Chelsfield. b. Mar. 17, 

1893. 3rd The Buffs, S.R. ; Capt. 1/16; France 8/14—1916. 

K. in A. on the Somme, Aug. 12, 1916. 
Bamford, Arthur John Broughton Sept., 1907— July, 1912 Brook. 

s. of T. H. B. Bamford, O.R. b. Aug. 1, 1893. Inns of Court 

O.T.C., Pte. 9/14; 2nd Lt. 8/15; Lt. 6/16; seed. M.G.C. 3/18; 

France 1918. Stock Exchange. 92a, High St., St. John's 

Wood, N.W.8. 
Birbeck, John Hugh Bates Sept., 1907— July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of J. Birbeck, Dewerstone House, Cheltenham, b. May 27, 

1893. R.G.A., S.R., 1912; Regular Commn. R.G.A. 6/14; 

France 1915 — 19, Despatches twice; Capt. 11/17. c/o Cox and 

Co. (R.A. Dept.), 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Bolton, Geoffrey Sept., 1907— July, 1912 Orchard. 

s. of H. L. Bolton, 1, The Sanctuary .Westminster, b. July 30, 

1893. Sch. F.S. Univ. Coll., Ox.; M.A. 1919. 5th R. 

Sussex' Regt. (T.F.) 1913; Capt. 6/17; France 1915—17, Italy 

1917 — 19. Asst. Master, Summer Fields, Oxford. 
Burton, Henry Patrick Claude Sept., 1907— July, 1912 Priory. 

s. of C. E. C.-H. Burton, 20, Claremont Ave., Woking, b. May 

27, 1893. Sch. F.S. Wadh. Coll., Ox., Exh. 4th Bedf. Regt., 

S.R., 8/14; France 1915—16; Lt., T/Capt. K. in A. on the 

Somme, July 27, 1916. 
Campbell, Brabazon Sept., 1907— July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of B. Campbell, The Northgate, Warwick. 1>. Mar. 3, 1893. 

Queens Coll., Ox. 2nd Lt., 4th R. Warwicks Regt., S.R., 8/14; 

France 10/14. K. in A. near Armentieres, Dec. 18, 1914. 
Carter, Frederick Graham Sept., 1907— Apr., 1910 Latham. 

s. of F. H. Carter, M.D., 117, Upper Richmond Rd., Putney, b. 

Dec. 10, 1892. Bombr. H.A.C. 1914; France 1917—18. 

Timber merchant. 117, Upper Richmond Rd., Putney, S.W. 
Cary, William Sept., 1907— Dec, 1910 Hall. 

s. of the late W. H. Cary, of Manchester and Montreal, b. July 

8, 1894. 12, Tring Ave., Ealing Common, W.5. 
Chance, Kenneth Miles Sept., 1907— Apr., 1912 Priory. 

s. of Sir F. W. Chance, K.B.E., J. P., D.L., Morton, Carlisle. 

b. Jan. 27, 1893. Hert. Coll., Ox., Math. Sch. 2nd Lt. (t) 



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6th Border Regt. 8/14; Maj. 1/16; Gallipoli 1915, Egypt 1916, 
France 1916 — 17, 18, Despatches, D.S.O. Cotton manufac- 
turer. Homeacres, Carlisle. 
Coghill, Joscelyn Kendal Bushe Sept., 1907— July, 1909 Brook. 
s. of C. P. Coghill, J. P., Frankville, Athboy. b. Dec. 7, 1893. 
3rd S.W. Bord., S.R., 9/15; Lt. 7/17; France. Frankville, 
Athboy, Co. Meath. 

Duff, Guy Leith Assheton Sept., 1907— July, 1911 Brook. 

s. of W. G. Duff, Rookwood, Athleague. b. Oct. 2, 1893. Sch. 
R.M.A. Woolwich. R.F.A. 1913; Capt. 6/16; France 8/14— 
1916. d. of w., Sept. 2, 1916. 
Elliott, Charles Arthur Boileau Sept., 1907— July, 1911 Hall. 
s. of Rev. C. L. B. Elliott, O.R. b. Feb. 9, 1893. 2nd Lt., 
4th Norf. Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; 3rd Som. L.I., S.R., 10/16; Galli- 
poli 1915, Salonika 1916, France 1917. d. of w. Apr. 12, 1917. 

Elmhirst, Leonard Knight Sept., 1907 — July, 1912 Mitre, 

s. of Rev. W. H. Elmhirst, O.R. b. June 6, 1893. Sergt. 
Artists' Rifles 1918; Cadet C. Gds. 1918—19. Trin. Coll., 
Camb. ; M.A. 1919. Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. ; B.Sc. 1921. 
Member, Internat. Assocn. of Poultry Instructors and In- 
vestigators. Director, Dept. of Agric, Santiniketan Inter- 
national University, Bengal, India. 

Exham, Richard Kenah Stuart Sept., 1907— July, 1913 Orchard, 
s. of A. R. F. Exham, M.D., O.R. b. May 29, 1894. Peter- 
house, Camb., Class. Exh. 4th Shrops. L.I. (T.F.) 10/14; 
Lt. 6/16; Hongkong 1916—17, France 1917; Lt. A.E.C, 1921. 
Brooklyn House, Market Drayton, Salop. 

Fairclough, Denys Frank Colman Sept., 1907— Dec, 1910 Orchard. 
s. of F. Fairclough, 35, Campden House Rd., W. b. Oct. 9, 
1892. Pte. Artists' Rifles 1915; 2nd Lt. (/) North'd Fus. 4/17; 
Lt. 10/18; France 1916, 17, Salonika and Constantinople 
1918 — 19. 35, Campden House Rd., Kensington, W.8. 

Falcon, Geoffrey William Lockart Sept., 1907 — July, 1912 Mitre. 
s. of Lt.-Col. R. W. Falcon, LA., retd. b. Sept. 28, 1893. 
2nd Lt. (t) 11th E. Surrey Regt. 8/14; Lt. 11/14; Gallipoli. 
K. in A. at Krithia, Aug. 6, 1915. 

Field, Frederick Denton Sept., 1907 — Dec, 1910 Orchard. 

s. of F. A. Field, 35, Clanricarde Gdns., W.2. b. Oct. 31, 1892. 
R.M.A. Woolwich. R.G.A. 1912; France 1915, 16—18, 
Germany 1918—19, Despatches 3 times, M.C. ; * Capt. 7/16, 
Port Royal, Jamaica, and c/o Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S. W.l, 

Franklin, Alfred Frederick Sept., 1907— Apr., 1911 Hall. 

s. of the late H. A. Franklin, Probate Registrar, Worcester, b. 
July 13, 1893. 8th Wore Regt. (T.F.) 9/14 ; Capt. 8/17 ; France 
1916—19, Egypt 1919—20; retired. Asst. Master, Ardvreck, 
Crieff ; and Conderton Manor, Tewkesbury. 

Gallwey, Lionel Payne- Sept., 1907— Apr., 1912 Hall, 

s. of the late Capt. E. Payne-Gallwey , R.N. b. May 19, 1894. 
Amb. driver, Brit, and French Red Cross, France 1915 — 17; 
Pte. M.T., R.A.S.C. 1917; France and Germany 1917—19. 
Ranching, Shuswap Ranch, South Canoe, P.O. Salmon Arm, 
B.C.; and Vine Cottage, Witley, Surrey. 

Gibbons, Henry Arthur Henn Sept., 1907 — July, 1912 Orchard, 
s. of the late J. S. Gibbons, C.B., Failthe, Foxrock, Dublin. 
b. Apr. 23, 1893. Sch. D.M. Exh. 1912. Wadh. Coll., Ox., 
Exh.; B.A. 1921. Schoolmaster. Reedley Lodge, Burnley, 
Lanes. 

Hankinson, Ernie George Sept., 1907— July, 1911 Hall. 

s. of R. S. Hankinson, J. P., Little Bassett Wood, Southampton, 
b. Nov. 6, 1893. Shooting VIII. 1910, II. Driver A.S.C. 



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8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) Bedf. Regt. 3/15; Regular Commn. 2nd Bedf. 
Regt. 5/16; Lt. 10/17; France 1914—16; Res. of Off. 1919. 
Secretary to private company. 84, Elm Park Gdns., S.W.10. 

Haynes, Norman Pilkington Sept., 1907 — July, 1908 Priory. 
s. of H. Haynes, The Cottage, Clifton, Nottingham, b. Sept. 
12, 1893. Inns of Court O.T.C. 12/15; R. Mon. R.E., S.R., 
6/16; Lt. 12/17. The Cottage, Clifton, Nottingham. 

Heath, Arthur Francis Sept., 1907— July, 1912 Priory, 

s. of Rev. J. H. Heath, Swinderby Vic, Newark, b. July 18, 
1893. Pemb. Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1919. 2nd Lt. (t) 14th Sher- 
wood Foresters 2/15; Lt. 7/17; France 1916—18. Swinderby 
Vic, Newark. 

Howell, Miles Sept., 1907— July, 1913 Priory. 

s. of R. Howell, Clive House, Esher. b. Sept. 9, 1893. XI. 

1911, 12, Capt. 13. F.XI. 1910, 11, Capt. 12. Head Prefect 

1912. Oriel Coll., Ox.; B.A. 1919. Cricket Blue 1914, Capt. 
1919; Assoc. Football Blue 1914, Capt. 1919. 2nd Lt. (t) 6th 
R. Lane. Regt. 8/14; R.F.A. 10/15; Lt. 7/17; Gallipoli 1915, 
France 1915—18, Despatches. Surrey XL 1919, 20, 21, 22. 
Football Amateur Internat. 1919, 20, Capt. v. Belgium. With 
firm of chemical manufacturers. Clive House, Esher. 

Howell, Norman Bulmer Sept., 1907 — July, 1910 Priory. 

s. of B. Howell, Cumbrae, Ditton Hill, Surrey, b. Jan. 8, 1893. 

Shooting VIII. 1909, 10. R.M.C. Sandhurst. R.W. Kent 

Regt.; Lt. 9/14; Persian Gulf, Despatches. K. in A., July 24, 

1915. 
Hoyle, John William Sept., 1907— July, 1908 Orchard. 

s. of the late J. Hoyle, Northfield House, Scalby, Yorks. b. 

Feb. 21, 1892. Pte. R.A.S.C. 1915. Farming. Thorpe House, 

Blacktoft, Howden. 
Kilconnel, Lord, Richard Frederick John Donough le Poer Trench 

Sept., 1907— July, 1909 Orchard. 

s. of 5th Earl of Clancarty. b. Dec. 27, 1891. Bourne Court, 

Bourne End, Bucks. 
King, Roderick Noel Raleigh- Sept., 1907— Dec, 1909 Mitre. 

s. of the late E. Raleigh-King, Warwick, b. Dec. 25, 1893. 

R. Sussex Regt., S.R., 11/14; Lt. 12/15; France 1915—19, 

Despatches. Film actor and producer, " Creation," and " Seas 

of Romance." 12, Cheyne Gdns., Chelsea, S. It. 
Kirby, Hugh Sept., 1907— July, 1908 Mitre. 

s. of A. F. Kirby, The Limes, Cotgrave, Nottingham, b. Apr. 

20, 1892. 8th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 1912; Capt. 1/16; 

France 1915, 16—18; attd. 15th Lancers LA. 1918—19; retired 

1921. Tea planter. Periakanal Estate, SurianalU P.O., S. 

India, and c/o Cox & Co., Bombay. 
Knight, Leslie Aitkens Wingham Sept., 1907— July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of H. Knight, Dorincourt, Pyrford, Woking, b. May 8, 1893. 

R.M.C. Sandhurst 1914. Wore Regt. 3/15; Gallipoli 1915, 

France 1916; Capt. 1921. c/o Cox S> Co., 16, Charing Cross, 

S.W.I. 
Lee-Jones, John Lindsay Sept., 1907 -July, 1912 Orchard. 

s. of the late Rev. T. T. Lee- [ones. b. Apr. 29, 1893. F.XI. 

1911. Keble Coll., Ox.; B.A. 1919. 9th Lpool Regt. (T.F.) 

9/14; Capt. 3/17; seed. Tank Corps 1918; France 1916—19. 

Asst. Master, The Preparatory School, Carlisle. 
Lucy, Richard Spent, i Sept., 1907— Dec, 1909 Orchard. 

s. of A. J. Lucy, Newbury, Upper Broadheath, Worcester. 

b. Oct. 24, 1893." Clare Coll., Camb. 1912. 7th Wore Regt. 

(T.F.) 10/14; attd. R.F.C. 6/15; Maj. (1) R.A.F. 4/18; France 
1915—16, 17, A.F.C. ; Regular Commn. R.A.F. 1919; Iraq 



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1922; Fit. Lt. 4/18. cjo Cox & Co., R.A.F. Branch, 16, Charing 

Cross, S.W.I. 
Lyne, Cecil Eric Lewis Sept., 1907— Dec, 1908 Hall. 

s. of E. L. Lyne, Clawdd, Caerleon, Mon. b. May 16, 1893. 

R.M.A. Woolwich 1912. R.F.A. 1913; France 1915—19, 

Despatches, M.C. with Bar; Capt. 11/17. Clawdd, Caerleon, 

Mon. 
Macandrew, Henry Elliot William Sept., 1907— Dec, 1909 Hall. 

s. of the late Maj. -Gen. Sir H. J. M. Macandrew, K.C.B., D.S.O. 

b. June 14, 1893. A.B., R.N.A.S. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) R.F.C. 4/17 ; 

Lt. (t) R.A.F. 4/18; France 1917, 18—19. Electrical engineer. 

Aisthorpe, Inverness, N.B. 
Macpherson Donald George Sept. 1907 — July, 1911 Brook. 

s. of the late L. A. Macpherson, Wyrley Grove, Pelsall. b. Oct. 

20, 1892. 3rd Cameron Highrs., S.R., 1915; Lt. 6/16; France 

1915 — 17. Farming. Macleod, Alberta, Canada. 
Morris, Arthur Capel Sept., 1907— Apr., 1910 Mitre. 

s. of C. Morris, Leafield, Gibson's Hill, Upper Norwood, S.E. 

b. Feb. 25, 1893. Trooper, 12th Lancers 8/14; Pte., 1st R. 

Munster Fus. 1915. d. of exposure in Gallipoli, Nov. 27, 1915. 
Nicholson, Leslie Walter Sept., 1907— July, 1910 Hall. 

s. of W. S. Nicholson, 73, Creffield Rd., Acton, b. Jan. 30, 

1893. London Univ. Solicitor of the High Court 1916. 

Mechanic R.E. (T.F.) 9/16. 73, Creffield Rd., Acton, W . 
Parmenter, Aubrey Simons Piper Sept., 1907 — July, 1909 Latham. 

s. of Rev. E. C. Parmenter. b. Apr. 27, 1892. Ceylon 

Planters Corps 1914; I.A.R.O. 8/17; Lt. 10/18; France. Tea 

planter. Diyagama, Agra Patnas, Ceylon, and Wormbridge 

Red., Hereford. 
Phillips, Anthony Burnell Sept., 1907— July, 1910 Cross. 

s. of the late Capt. H. C. B. Phillips, b. Sept. 4, 1892. 2nd 

Lt. 8th Hamps. Regt. (T.F.) 2/15; Dardanelles 1915—16; 

invalided out 1917. 59, Maida Vale, W.9. 
Phillips, Bernard George Hamilton 

Sept., 1907— July, 1912 Latham. 

s. of Rev. F. G. A. Phillips, Taplow Rect., Maidenhead, b. 

June 21, 1894. R.M.L.I. 1912; Sub-Lieut. R.N. 1915; H.M.S. 

"Ceres " 1917; H.M.S. " Hood *' 1919; H.M.S. " Stuart " 1922; 

Lieut. 11/16. United Service Club, Pall Mall, S.W.I. 
Rickard, Stanley Sept., 1907— Dec, 1909 Hall. 

s. of W. R. Rickard, Hazeldene, Wembley, b. Mar. 18, 1893. 

Sch. F.XI. 1909. Pte. 11th Middx. Regt. 12/15; 2nd Lt. 

R.F.A. , S.R., 11/17; France 1916—19. Math. Master, Univ. 

School, Hastings. Hazeldene, Talbot Rd., Wembley. 
Robinson, Edwin Stuart Sept., 1907— July, 1911 Cross. 

s. of Rev. H. E. Robinson, Tingrith Rect., Woburn R.S.O. 

b. Dec. 18, 1892. Ch. Ch., Ox.; B.A. 1914. R.F.A. (T.F.) 

8/15; Lt. 6/16; France 1916 — 18. Iron and steel works. 

cjo John Lysaght Ltd., Scunthorpe. 
Scott, Alexander Noel Hepburne- Sept., 1907 — Apr., 1911 Hall. 

s. of Hon. W. G. Hepburne-Scott, Master of Polwarth. b. 

Oct. 14, 1892. Pte., London Scottish 8/14; 2nd Lt., Scots 

Gds., S.R., 3/15; France 1914 — 15. K. in A. at Festubert, 

May 16, 1915. 
Tucker, Alexander Mark Sept., 1907— July, 1908 Hall. 

s. of M. Tucker, 16, Palmeira Sq., Hove. b. May 14, 1893. 

Sapper R.E. 10/17; 2nd Lt. R.E. (T.F.) 6/18; Belgium 11/18. 

Civil engineer. Sales Engineer in charge of export business for 

Hughes Tool Co. cjo Hughes Tool Co., P.O. Box 1227, Houston, 

Texas, U.S.A. 



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Turner, Arthur Edmond Robert Sept., 1907— Apr., 1911 Latham, 
s. of E. M. Turner, Registrar, Stockton County Court, b. Dec. 
11, 1892. F.XI. 1910 Pte. 1st Infy. Bn. C.E.F. 8/14; Lt. 
23rd Tnfv. Bn. 5/16; 1st Cent. Out. Regt. 6/16; Capt. 5/17; 
Bt. Maj. 12/16; France 1915—17, M.C. Machine tool bus: 
c/o Niles-Bement-Pond Co., Ill, Broadway, New York City, and 
Soathfields, Stockton-on-Tees. 

Turner, George Middleton Sept., 1907— Dec, 1911 Mitre, 

s. of the late A. Turner, Birchfields, Perrv Barr, Birmingham, 
b. Oct. 7, 1893. Shooting VIII. 1909, 10, 11. R. Warwicks. 
Regt., Pte. 9/14; 2nd Lt. (/) 10/14; Capt. 6/16; France 1915—16, 
18, Italy 1917 — 18. A.A.I. Agriculture, c/o Vaisey &- Turner, 
Solicitors, Tring, Herts. 

van der Noot, Gilbert Edgar Franc is 

Sept., 1907 -July, L912 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. E. F. C. van der Noot. " b. Feb. 17, 1893. 
7th Hamps. Regt. (T.F.) 10/14; Lt. 6/16; Lt. Irish Gds., S.R., 
8/17; France, Despatches. 55, Eaton Terrace, S.W. 

Warren, Reginald Herbert Sept., 1907— July, 1910 Hall, 

s. of J. H. Warren, Ellerslea, Hatch End. b. Nov. 11, 1892. 
Pte. Artists' Rifles 8/14; invalided out 1916. Ellerslea, Hatch 
End, Middx. 

Welsh, Ralph Henry Wellesley Sept., 1907— July, 1911 Latham^ 
s. of W. H. Welsh, I.C.S. b. July 24, 1893. Exh. R.M.C. 
Sandhurst. LA. 1912; Mesopotamia 1915—18, (Nejef), Des- 
patches; Afghanistan 1919; Waziristan F.F. 1920—21; Capt. 
8/16, Watson's Horse, LA. c/o Ulster Bank Ltd., College Green, 
Dublin. 

Whatton, Stewart Montagu de Heriz 

Sept., 1907— July, 1912 Brook, 

s. of H. de H. Whatton, O.R. b. May 10, 1894. R.F.A., S.R., 
1912; Regular Commn. R.F.A. 8/14; France 1914—18, Des- 
patches twice, D.S.O., M.C. ; Capt. 11/17. The Cavalry School, 
Saugor, C.P., India, and Naval and Military Club, Piccadilly, 
W.l. 

White, Reginald Alfred Carr- Sept., 1907— Dec, 1910 Priory, 
s. of Col. P. Carr-White, I. M.S. b. Aug. 20, 1892. R.M.C. 
Sandhurst. 31st Lancers, LA. 1913; France 1917—18, Pales- 
tine 1918, M.C; Afghan and Waziristan Campaigns 1919 — 20, 
Despatches; Capt. 1/16; retired 1921. Ox. Univ. Polo team v. 
Camb. 1922. Non-Coil., Ox., and Asst. Master, Dragon School, 
Oxford ; and c\o Grindlay & Co., 54, Parliament St., S.W.I. 

Whitfield, Frederick Arthur Sept., 1907— Dec, 1909 Latham, 
s. of F. Whitfield, The White House, Knowle. b. Jan 17, 1893. 
6th R. Warwicks. Regt. (T.F.) Pte. 1914; 2nd Lt. 3/15; Lt. 6/16; 
seed. R.F.C. (O.) 1916; France 1916—17. Business. The 
White House, Knowle, Birmingham. 

Whittaker, Rainsford Leopold Wemyss 

Sept., 1907— July, 1911 Hall. 

s. of W. L. Whittaker, P.O. Box 223, Pietermaritzburg. b. Aug. 
15, 1893. Gunr. Natal F.A. 8/14; G.S.W. Africa 1914—15; 
R.F.A., S.R., 10/16; Lt. 4/18; France 1917-18, M.C. Con- 
veyancer and estate agent. P.O. Box 223, Pietermaritzburg, 
Natal. 

Williams, Harold Price- . Sept., 1907— Dec, 1910 Mitre. 

s. of S. W. Price-Williams, Northwood, Heathside Ave., Woking, 
b. Oct. 23, 1892. R.M.A. Woolwich. R.F.A. 1912.; France 
1914, 17—19, Despatches twice, D.S.O., M.C; Capt. 8/16. 
c/o Cox &> Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 



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Willis, Arthur Gilbert de Laval 

Sept., 1907— July, 1910 Hall and New. 
s. of Rev. W. N. Willis, Ascham St. Vincent's, Eastbourne, 
b. Aug. 25, 1893. F.XI. 1909. Emm. Coll., Camb. 1913. 
Half-Blue High Jump 1914. Sub-Lieut. R.N.V.R., Howe Bn„ 
8/14; Lieut. 5/15; Antwerp 1914, Gallipoli 1915; Regular 
Commn. R.G.A. 2/16; France 1916—19; Lt. 8/17. High 
Jump Champion of Army 1920, 21. Ascham St. Vincent's, 
Eastbourne. 

Wortley, John Francis Sept., 1907 — July, 1911 Latham. 

s. of J. Wortley, Brincliffe, Sheffield, b. Dec. 31, 1892. 4th 
Y. and L. Regt. (T.F.) ; Capt. 6/16; France 1915—18, Des- 
patches twice, M C. K. in A. at Neuve-Eglise, Apr. 13, 1918. 

York, William Douglas Colin Sept., 1907— Dec, 1910 Orchard, 
s. of F. Colin York, O.R. b. June 5, 1893. 2nd Lt. (t) 11th 
Lan. Fus. 9/14; Motor M.G. Service 11/14, later Tank Corps; 
Maj. 7/18; France 1915—19, Despatches twice, O.B.E. 
A.M. Loco. Eng. Soc. Manager, Buenos Aires Branch Office, 
Alfred Herbert, Ltd., machine tool makers, Coventry. 25, de 
Mayo 267, Buenos Aires ; and 3550, Nueva York, Villa 
Devoto, F.C.B.A.P., Buenos Aires. 

Cleaver, Charles Thornton Jan., 1908— Dec, 1911 Cross, 

s. of R. S. Cleaver, 10, Hayman's Green, West Derby, b. Nov. 
12, 1893. Pte. L'pool Scottish (T.F.) 8/14; 2nd Lt. (*) R.F.C. 
(O.) 6/15; Capt. 7/17; France 1914— 18,' M.G with Bar, D.F.C. 
Cotton shipper. Sports Club, St. James' Sq., S.W.I. 

Finzi, Felix John Jan., 1908— July, 1909 Hall. 

s. of the late J. A. Finzi, 53, Hamilton Terrace, N.W. b. Aug. 
11, 1893. Electrical engineer, d. Aug. 3, 1913. 

Hughes, Geoffrey Leonard Jan., 1908— July, 1911 Hall. 

s. of W. H. Hughes, b. June 9, 1894. Pte., 19th R. Fus. 
8/14; France. K. in A., Nov. 13, 1916. 

King, Richard Jan., 1908— Apr., 1912 Mitre. 

s. of R. King, 49, Hove Park Villas, Hove. b. Sept. 26, 1894. 
2nd Lt. (t), 9th S. Lan. Regt. 11/14; Suvla Bay 1915, Meso- 
potamia 1916. d. of w. Apr. 18, 1916. 

Liddell, Guy Maynard Jan., 1908— Dec, 1910 Hall. 

s. of Capt. A. F. Liddell, late R.H.A., 6, Phillimore Gdns., W.8. 
b. Nov. 12, 1892. Gunr. H.A.C. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) R.F.A. 3/15, 
Commn. for Distinguished Conduct in the Field ; France 1914 — 
19, Despatches twice, M.C. ; Hon. Capt. Civil Service (Home 
Office). 17, Ashley Place, S.W.I. 

Lymn, Charles Radfirth Jan., 1908 — July, 1910 Orchard, 

s. of F. C. Lymn, The Beeches, Matlock Bath. b. Aug. 18, 1893. 
Pte. 21st R. Fus. 9/14; 2nd Lt. 3rd Line Regt., S.R., 9/16; 
Sublt. (/) R.N.V.R. attd. R.N.A.S. 11/16; Capt. R.A.F. (Air- 
ships) 8/18; France 1915 — 16. Solicitor. Cleethorpes, Lines. 

Oddy, James Leslie Jan., 1908— Apr., 1912 Orchard, 

s. of J. J. Oddy, Moorville, Birkenshaw, nr. Bradford, b. June 
6, 1894. 6th W. Yorks. Regt. (T.F.) ; Capt. 6/15; France, 
d. of w. Sept. 3, 1916. 

Orde, Simon Edwin Henry Jan., 1908 — July, 1911 Mitre, 

s. of the late E. L. Orde, Whitburn House, nr. Sunderland. 
b. Sept. 19, 1893. Fencing, Aldershot, 1910, 11. 2nd Lt. (t) 
Durh. L.I. 10/14; R.F.C, Equip. Offr. 7/16; Capt. (t) R.A.F., 
Techn. Offr. 4/18. North Green, Datchet, Windsor. 

Sandford, Clement Richard Folliott Jan., 1908— July, 1912 Hall. 
s. of Rev. Canon F. G. Sandford. b. Nov. 23, 1893. 5th 
K.O.Y.L.I. (T.F.) ; Capt. 10/16; France 1915—17, M.C. K. in 
A., Feb. 22, 1917. 



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Shaw, George Jan., 1908 — July, 1909 Latham. 

s. of T. Shaw, The Hall, Stoney Middleton. b. July 28, 1895. 

2nd Lt. (t) W. Yorks. Regt. 9/14; Lt. 7/17; France. The Hall, 

Stoney Middleton, nr. Sheffield. 
Twlgg, Charles Hanbury Jan., 1908— July, 1911 Hall. 

s. of H. Twigg, Weeping Cross, Stafford, b. Jan. 29, 1893. 

XI. 1911. I.A.R.O., Cav., 5/17; Lt. 5/18; Egypt 1918, Pales- 
tine 1918—19. With Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ltd. 9/4, Clive 

St., Calcutta. 
Barker, John Cecil Shipley Wynyard 

Apr., 1908— Apr., 1913 Brook. 

s. of the late J. L. Barker, Winnipeg, b. Aug. 9, 1896. R.M.A. 

Woolwich. R.F.A. 9/14; France 1914—17; Capt. 3/18; 

retired 1920. Etterby, Byrne, Natal. 
Brooks, Colin Robert Percy Apr., 1908 — Dec, 1911 Latham. 

s. of H. W. Brooks, 5, Kensington Park Gdns., W.ll. b. Apr. 

29, 1895. 3rd Hussars, S.R., 9/14; Lt. 9/16; attd. M.G.C. 

(Cav.) 2/16; France 1916—18, M.C. K. in A. at Hourges 

Wood, Apr. 1, 1918. 
Christmas, Bernard Lovell Apr., 1908— Dec, 1910 Hall & New 

s. of the late A. G. Christmas, Tankerton, King's Rd., Clapham 

Park. b. Dec. 23, 1892. Pte., Artists' Rifles 8/14; 2nd Lt., 

3rd London Regt. (T.F.) 12/14; France 1915—16. d. of 

w. May 19, 1916. 
Dunsmure, Colin Hamilton Terrott 

Apr., 1908— Apr., 1913 Latham. 

s. of H. W. H. Dunsmure, Glenbruach, Callander, b. Apr. 25, 

1894. 2nd Lt. (t) 5th Cameron Highrs. 9/14 ; France. K. in A. 

at Loos, Sept. 25, 1915. 
Eddlson, Herbert Wilfred Apr., 1908— July, 1911 Latham. 

s. of T. Eddison, Weston, Longdown Rd., Epsom, b. May 4, 

1893. Christ's Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1914, M.A. 1917. Surg. 
Prob. R.N.V.R. 1914—17. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1917. Surg. 
Lt. (t) R.N. 7/17; H.M.S. "Theseus," ^gean Sea 1917—18; 
Batoum 1918—19. 282, Balham High Rd., S.W.17. 

Glossop, Bertram Apr., 1908 — Apr., 1912 Priory. 

s. of Rev. Canon G. H. P. Glossop, Romeland House, St. Albans. 

b. Apr. 7, 1894. 2nd Lt. (/) 9th Devon Regt. 8/14; Lt. 11/14; 

France 1915—16. K. in A., Sept. 6, 1916. 
Halcomb, Leonard Arthur Kayser Apr., 1908 — Dec, 1909 Brook. 

s. of A. J. Halcomb, 65, Westbourne Rd., Sheffield, b. July 

31, 1892. 3rd Y. & L. Regt., S.R., 8/14; Capt. 1/17; France 

1915, Egypt and Salonika 1916—16; Min. of Mun. 1916—19. 

Dir. of Kayser, Ellison & Co., Ltd., Steel manufacturers, 

Sheffield. South Dene, 106, Millhouses Lane, Sheffield. 
Hayward, Charles Oswald Apr., 1908 — July, 1912 Latham. 

s. of the late C. P. Hayward, Beaumont Lodge, Lincoln, b. 

June 30, 1894. Shooting VIII. 1912. Pemb. Coll., Camb. 

2nd Lt. (t) 7th Line Regt. 9/14; Lt. 12/14; R.F.C. (O.) 12/15; 

France 1915 — 16. K. in A. near Dadizeele, Jan. 17, 1916. 
Hughes, George Montague Warren Bulkeley- 

Apr., 1908— July, 1911 Cross. 

s. of the late R. W. Bulkeley-Hughes, Anglesey, b. Feb. 28, 

1894. Rubber planter in F.M.S. Pte., Artists' Rifles 2/15; 
6th K.R.R.G, S.R., 6/15; France 1916—17; A/Capt. K. in A., 
Feb. 27. 1917. 

Hughes, Noel Wilfrid Apr., 1908— July, 1912 Latham, 

s. of J. Hughes, The Hall, Ormesby St. Michael, b. Dec. 4, 
1893. Pemb. Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1915. 2nd Lt. (t) 9th Rifle 
Bde. 9/14; Lt. 2/15; Sub. Lieut. R.N.V.R., attd. R.N.A.S., 



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7/16; Lieut. 6/17; Lt. (t) R.F.A. 9/18; France 1915—18. The 

Hall, Ormesby St. Michael, Norfolk. 
Irwin, Felix Miles Patrick Apr., 1908— Dec, 1911 Hall. 

s. of H. C. Irwin, I.C.S., J. P., Mount Irwin, Tynan, b. Sept.- 

10, 1893. Pte. Rifle Bde. 1916; 2nd Lt. Gren. Gds.. S.R., 

7/18. Mount Irwin, Tynan, Co. Armagh. 
Keats, John Rochfort Apr., 1908 — July, 1912 Priory. 

s. of H. F. C. Keats, Melbourne, Victoria, b. Apr. 16, 1894. 

Jesus Coll., Camb. ; B.A., Economics and Agric, 1919. 2nd 

Lt. (/) 8th Suff. Regt. 9/14; Capt. 7/16; France 1915- 17, 18— 

19, M.C. Farming. Cobramunga, Kerang, Victoria, Australia, 

and cjo Miss G. Gumming, 69, Grosvenor St., W.l. 
Lancaster, Stephen Apr., 1908 — July, 1911 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. T. Lancaster, St. Mary's Rect., Weymouth, b. June 

1, 1894. 1st Dorset Regt. 8/14; Capt. 3/16; France 1914—17; 

invalided out 1918. Asst. Master, St. Peter's, Weston-super- 
Mare, and 14, Milton Rd., Weston-super-Mare. 
Morris, Clive Wilson Apr., 1908— Apr., 1913 Priory. 

s. of F. R. Morris, Hill House, Gt. Missenden. b. Mar. 4, 1894. 

F.XI. 1911, 12. Pte., Artists' Rifles 8/14; 2nd Lt., 2nd 

K.R.R.C. 4/15; France 1914—15. K. in A. at Aubers Ridge, 

May 9, 1915. 
Ogilvie, William Edmond Apr., 1908— July, 1911 Mitre. 

s. of G. Ogilvie, Westlands, Broughty Ferry, N.B. b. Mar. 19, 

1894. Inns of Court O.T.C. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) 9th Border Regt. 

1/15. Accidentally killed in France, Sept. 27, 1915. 
Phipps, Hubert Ronald Apr., 1908— July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of A. E. Phipps, Harlestone, Northants. b. Apr. 27, 1894. 

Keble Coll., Ox. 1913. 3rd North'n Regt., S.R., 8/14; Regular 

Commn. 1st North'n Regt. 5/15; France 1914 — 16, Despatches, 

M.C. ; Capt. 1921. c/o Cox & Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Robinson, George Gilmour Apr., 1908 — July, 1913 Hall. 

s. of the late G. T. Robinson, Links Cottage, Southwold. b. 

Aug. 30, 1894. Trin. Coll., Ox.; B.A. R.A.S.C. (T.F.) 11/14; 

Lt. 6/16; France 1917 — 19. Member of Inner Temple. Links 

Cottage, The Common, Southwold. 
Salmond, Edward Bunbury Apr., 1908 — July, 1910 Priory. 

s. of the late Rear Admiral H. Salmond, J. P. b. July 26, 1893. 

Pte. Pretoria Regt. 1914; G.S.W.A. 1914—15; Driver S.A.S.C, 

M.T., G.E.A. 1916—18. In South Africa. Langton Hall, 

Pinxton, Notts. 
Saye, Lancelot Hugo Apr., 1908 — July, 1913 Mitre. 

s. of E. G. Saye, Heathfield, Christchurch. b. July 30, 1894. 

Shooting VIII. 1912, 13. Musketry Instr. 1914; 2nd Lt. (*), 

6th R. Berks Regt. 2/15; France 1915 — 16. d. of w. 

July 11, 1916. 
Sword, Stuart Alan Apr., 1908— Dec, 1911 Hall. 

s. of J. S. Sword, Sandhurst, Tunbridge Wells, b. Oct. 13, 

1893. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 13th Hussars 1913. d. May 31, 

1914. 
Szyff, Anatol Pericles Apr., 1908 — July, 1911 Brook. 

s. of Dr. J. Szyff, D.C.L., LL.D., Warsaw, b. Dec. 6, 1893. 

Pte., Russian Army 1915; later, Polish Offr., attd. Polish Gen. 

Staff in Warsaw. Killed Oct. 11, 1919. 
Walsh, Charles William Hussey- Apr., 1908— Apr., 1909 Brook. 

s. of Major W. Hussey-Walsh. b. Nov. 21, 1892. d. Aug. 25, 

1911. 
Winch, William Haffenden Apr., 1908— July, 1911 Hall. 

s. of W. F. Winch, Baker's Cross House, Cranbrook. b. May 



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27, 1894. 2nd Lt., 5th 'I he Buffs (I.F.) 8/14; Persian Gulf 
1915. K. in A., Jan. 12, 1916. 
Allgood, Nathaniel James Sept., 1908 — Dec., 1912 Orchard. 

s. of R. L. Allgood, Titlington Hall, Alnwick, b. Dec. 27, 1894. 
3rd North'd Fus., S.R., 8/14; Capt. 3/16; seed. R.F.C., Flying 
Offr. 2/18; France 1915, Egypt and Salonika 1915—18. Farm- 
ing student. Nunwick, Humshaugh, Northumb. 
Appleton, James Sept., 1908 — July, 1911 Brook. 

s. of R. C. Appleton, M.B., J. P., The Bar House, Beverley, b. 

June 4, 1894. 2nd Lt. {t) K.O.Y.L.l. 12/17; France 1918, M.C. 

32, Railway St., Beverley. 
Barry, Francis Patrick Sept., 1908 — Dec, 1911 Latham. 

s. of T. R. Barry, The New Club, Brighton, b. Oct. 10, 1894. 

London Rifle Bde. (T.F.), Rflmn. 1/14 ; Cpl. 12/14; 2nd Lt. 5/15 ; 

France 1914—15, 17, M.C; Capt. 1920. 15, Holland Rd., 

Hove, Sussex. 
Battye, Cyril Wynyard Sept., 1908— Dec, 1912 Orchard. 

s. of Lt.-Col. M. McP. Battye, Military Knight of Windsor. 

b. Aug. 31, 1894. XI. 1912. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 1st R. Berks 

Regt. 8/14; Lt. 3/15; seed. R.F.C. (Flying Offr.) 1915; France 

1914. Accidentally killed when flying, Mar. 13, 1916. 
Bell, John Humphrey Sept., 1908— Dec, 1912 Priory. 

s. of F. H. A. Bell, Rosary Gate, Beaeonsfield, Bucks, b. July 

2, 1894. Clare Coll., Camb., Hist. Sch. Recruiting Staff 1914 ; 

Lt. (/) General List 1917—19. 153, Ribblesdale Rd., Streatham, 

S.W.16. 
Berry, Reginald Douglas Sept., 1908— July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of W. H. Berry, Brincliffe House, Brincliffe, Sheffield, b. 

June 1, 1894. 12th Y. & L. Regt., Pte. 9/14; 2nd Lt. (/) 11/14; 

Lt. 5/15; Egypt and Salonika 1915 — 17, Despatches. K. in A., 

May 12, 1917. 
Bower, Henry Raymond Syndercombe 

Sept., 1908— Apr., 1912 Brook. 

s. of H. G. S. Bower, Fontmell Parva, Shillingstone. b. Apr. 

2, 1894. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 1st S. Staff. Regt., 1913; Lt. 

12/14; France 8/14. K. in A., Dec. 19, 1914. 
Bucknall, Gerard Corfield Sept., 1908— Dec, 1912 Cross. 

s. of H. C. Bucknall, 90, Fenchurch St., E.C. b. Sept. 14, 1894. 

Aldershot Gym. 1912. R.M.C. Sandhurst, Prize Cadetship. 

1st Middx. Regt. 2/14; France 1914 — 19, Germany 1919, 

Despatches 3 times, M.C. with Bar; empld. Egyptian Army 

1919—21; Capt. 8/16, Bt. Maj. 6/19. Army & Navy Club, Pall 

Mall, S.W.I. 
Buxton, Barclay Godfrey Sept., 1908— July, 1913 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. B. F. Buxton, H. Trinity Vic, Tunbridge Wells. 

b. Jan. 7, 1895. Trin. Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1919, M.A. 1922. 

Pte. R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 8/14; 2nd Lt. 6th Duke of Wellington's 

Regt. (T.F.) 1/15; Capt. 10/16; France 1915, 16—18, M.C. with 

Bar. Camp Comdt. Missionary Training Colony, Grangehytst 

Cavnp, S. Norwood, S.E.25. 
Carr, Ronald Nicholson Sept., 1908— July, 1913 Mitre. 

s. of the late J. N. Carr, Cavendish Mount, Carlisle, b. Sept. 29, 

1894. Equal 1st Agg. P. 1913. Pemb. Coll., Camb. 2nd Lt. 

(t) 6th Border Regt. 8/14; Maj. 4/17; Dardanelles 1915—16, 

Egypt 1916, France 1916 — 19, Despatches twice, M.C. 

Langarth, Brisco, Carlisle. 
Cockburn, Gilbert Eric Graham Sept., 1908 — Dec, 1911 Cross. 

s of Brig.-Gen. W. F. Cockburn. b. Apr. 7, 1894. F.XI. 1910, 
k 11. R.M.C. Sandhurst; F.XI. 1912. 2nd R. Irish Fus. 1913; 

France 1914, 15, 17, 18, Salonika 1915 — 16, Despatch $ twice 



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D.S.O., M.C.; Capt. 8/16. Regimental F.XI. 1913, 14, 19; 

Army F.XI. 1914, 19; Casuals and Corinthians. Junior United 

Service Club, Charles St., S.W.I. 
Collins, Harry Sept., 1908— July, 1912 Cross. 

s. of R. H. Collins, 24, Bartholomew Close, E.C.I, b. Sept. 24, 

1894. Cpl. 18th R. Fus. 9/14; 3rd E. Surrey Regt., S.R., 7/16; 

Lt: 1/18; seed. M.G.C. 7/18; France 1915—16, Salonika 1916— 

18. Blythswood, Beaconsfield, Bucks, and 24, Bartholomew 

Close, E.C.I. 
Davies, Bernard Ewart Sept., 1908— Dec., 1911 Mitre. 

s. of W. R. Davies, Kingsclear, Camberley. b. Mar. 13, 1894. 

3rd R. W. Surrey Regt., S.R., 1913; Regular Cornmn., The 

Buffs 6/15; France 1914—18, Germany 1918—19, Mil. Mission 

to S. Russia 10/19, Despatches 3 times, M.C. ; Lt. 5/16. Kings- 
clear, Camberley, and United Service Club, S.W.I. 
de Vrles, Sydney Neville Sept., 1908— Mar. 1909 Hall. 

s. of the late C. de Vries. b. Sept. 5, 1894. Went to Univ. 

Coll. School, Hampstead. Guildhall Sch. of Music. In Grand 

Opera (Baritone). 18, Crossfield Rd., Swiss Cottage, N.W.3. 
Edwards, Douglas Clayton Henry Sept., 1908 — July, 1911 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. R. H. Edwards, Burrington Vic, nr. Bristol, b. July 

28, 1894. 3rd Som. L.I., S.R., 1913; France 1914—19, M.C; 

Capt. 4/16. Manor Farm, Norton Mableward, Pensford, Som. 
Fether8tonhaugh , George Rupert Alexander 

Sept., 1908— Dec, 1911 Hall. 

s. of Maj.-Gen. R. S. Fetherstonhaugh, C.B., Gwydyr House, 

Ryde. b. Nov. 15, 1894. Shooting VIII. 1911. 2nd Lt., 4th 

R. Fus. 8/14; France. K. in A., Oct. 26, 1914. 
Findlay, James Cecil Sept., 1908— July, 1912 Cross. 

s. of G. H. Findlay, 15, Louis St., Leeds, b. July 27, 1894. 

7th W. York. Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; Capt. 6/16; France 1915—17; 

Foreign office 1918 — 19. 5, Gill Royd, Yeadon, Leeds. 
FitzGibbon, Maurice Desmond Sept., 1908— Dec, 1912 Mitre. 

s. of P. J. FitzGibbon, Poona, India, b. May 23, 1895. R.M.C. 

Sandhurst. Middx. Regt. 1914 ; France 1914—19 ; Capt. 1/17 ; 

retired. 6, Norfolk Terrace, Jersey, Channel Islands. 
Forster-Coull, John Leslie Sept., 1908 — Apr., 1910 Orchard. 

s. of W. D. Forster-Coull, Middleton Hall, Morpeth, b. July 

14, 1893. Engaged by Belgian Govt, as Interpreter to "Pare 

d' Automobiles de Reserve" till fall of Antwerp. With M.T. 

Sect., Union Forces, in S.W. Africa 1915. Electrical and 

mechanical engineer. G.P.O. Cape Town [Plant Dept.), and 

Middleton Hall, Morpeth. 
Foster, Arthur Webster Sept., 1908— July, 1911 Hall. 

s. of W. Foster, Mel Valley, Moseley. b. Aug. 12, 1894. F.XI. 

1910. Camb. Assoc. Football Blue 1913, 14. Pte. P.S. Bn. 

9/14; 2nd Lt. (t) R. Warwicks. Regt. 12/14. Mel Valley, Wake 

Green Rd., Moseley, Birmingham. 
Frost, Norman Burkit Mansergh Sept., 1908 — Apr., 1912 Mitre. 

s. of F. W. Frost, St. Val6ry, Enfield, b. Oct. 1, 1894. Sch. 

2nd Lt. (t) 15th R. W. Fus. 1/15; Lt. 2/16; France 1915—19. 

Business. 34, York St., Portman Sq., W.l. 
Gordon, Alexander Maurice Sept., 1908 — July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of A. D. Gordon, Woodlands, Chalfont St. Giles, b. Aug. 

28, 1894. Queen's Coll., Ox. 6th R. Fus., S.R., 8/14; Regular 

Commn., 1st R. Fus. 2/16; Lt. 12/15; France. K. in A. at 

Bellewarde Farm, Ypres, Jan. 20, 1916. 
Hide, Arthur Watson Sept., 1908— Dec, 1910 Cross. 

s. of W. S. Hide, Beechwood, Cottingham. b. June 23, 1894. 

Despatch Rider, R.N.A.S., Armoured Car Bde. ; France 1915; 



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invalided out 6/16; Staff Lt. (/) 2/17; Salonika 1917—18, 

France 1919. Farmer. Cottingham Orange, E. Yorks. 
Hollis, John Manclark Sept., 1908 — July, 1910 Latham. 

s. of W. D. Hollis, The Choristry, Pool-in-Wharfedale. b May 

19, 1894 3rd Y. * L. Regt., S.R , 2/15; Capt 1/17; seed. 

Labour Corps 1917 ; France 1915, 17— IS. bmce H t 18, Oigaui.-> 

ing Secy., Village Centres Council of Disabled Ex-Service Men, 

10, Upper Woburn Place, W.C.I ; and 4b, Auriol Rd., W .14. 
Howell, John Sept., 1908— July, 1914 Priory. 

s. of R. Howell, Clive House, Esher. b. July 5, 1895. XL 

1911, 12, 13, Capt. 14. F.XI. 1911, 12, Capt. 13. Head 

Prefect 1913. Pte. Artists' Rifles 8/14 ; 2nd Lt. (t) 9th K.R.R.C 

12/14; France 1914—15. K. in A. at Hooge, Sept. 25, 1915. 
Johns, Bernard Digby Sept., 1908 — July, 1913 Mitre. 

s. of the late A. D. Johns, b. May 13, 1894. Oriel Coll., Ox., 

Hist. Sch. 2nd Lt. (t) 10th R. Welsh Fus. 8/14; Capt. 7/15; 

France 1915—16. K. in A.. Feb. 17, 1916. 
Lambert, Richard Stanton Sept., 1908 — July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of R. C. Lambert, J. P., 100, Abbey Rd. Mansions, N.W.8. 

b. Aug. 25, 1894. Wadh. Coll., Ox., Class. Sch; B.A. 1918. 

Friends' Amb. Unit 1916 — 18. Tutorial Class Lecturer in 

Economics, Sheffield Univ. 32, Chalfont Ave., Wembley Hill, 

Middx. 
Learmonth, Maxwell John Livingstone- 
Sept., 1908— July, 1913 Orchard. 

s. of S. R. Livingstone-Learmonth, Cadlington, Horndean. 

b. Oct. 14, 1894. F.XI. 1911, 12. 1st Irish Gds. 1914; France 

1914; Capt. 8/17; Half-Pay since 1918. Cadlington, Horndean, 

Hants. 
Leather, John Francis Sept., 1908— July, 1913 Cross. 

s. of F. H. Leather, Castle House, Weobley. b. July 19, 1894. 

Sch. F.S. G.D.Sch. 1912, 13. Ball. Coll., Ox., Exh. 

R.A.S.C. (T.F.) 8/14; Capt. 6/16; attd. Shrops. L.I. 1/18; 

Gallipoli 1915, France 1916 — 17, 18, Despatches, d. in France, 

Oct. 14, 1918. 
Macdonell, Alasdair Somerled Sept., 1908 — July, 1910 Priory. 

s. of Prof. A. A. Macdonell, 20, Bardwell Rd., Oxford, b. Dec. 

10, 1893. Sch. Ball. Coll., Ox. 1912. Athl. Blue 1913. 

Capt., Ox. Ice Hockey team v. Camb., 1914. 4th Oxf. and 

Bucks. L.I., S.R., 8/14; R.M.C. Sandhurst 1915; 2nd Lt., 1st 

Cameron Highrs. 5/15 ; France. K. in A. at Hulluch, Oct. 13, 1915. 
Maxwell, Reginald Sept., 1908 — Apr., 1912 Brook. 

s. of the late Lt.-Col. F. D. Maxwell, CLE. b. Sept. 7, 1894. 

Wireless operator, Merchant Service 8/14; Prob. Fit. Sublt., 

R.N.A.S. 4/16; W/T operator R.N.R. 12/16; H.M. Yacht 

"Iolaire" 1917 — 18. Dental student, Guy's Hosp. Redcot 

Howard Rd., Couhdon, Surrey. 
Molr, Arrol Sept., 1908— July, 1912 Priory 

s. of Sir E. W. Moir, Bart., 41, Cadogan Sq., S.W. b. Sept. 

16, 1894. 2nd Lt. R.E. (T.F.) 10/14; Lt. (*) RE. 10/16; Capt. 

1918; France 1916 — 19. Gonv. and Caius Coll., Camb.; B.A. 

1920. Engineer. 41, Cadogan Sq., S.W.I. 
Morgan, James Sharrcr Hunger ford Sept., 1908 — Apr., 1912. Hall. 

s. of J. T. Morgan, Mercara, Coorg. b. Mar. 2, 1894. Aldershot 

Boxing, Bantam 1911, Featherweight 1912. Pte. 2nd N. Lan. 

Regt., India, 1914; G. E. Africa 1915; Lt. (0 K.A.R. 1/17; 

Capt. 5/17; E. Africa with 3rd Bn. 4th K.A.R. 1917—19, M.C. 

Formed and commanded Coorg and Mysore M.G. Coy., Aux. 

Force, India 1921. Coffee planter. Mercara, Coorg, and 

Greenfield Estate, Sidapur, Coorg, India. 



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Murray, Alastair William Keith- Sept., 1908 — Apr., 1911 Latham. 

6. of the late A. Keith-Murray, Fairmount House, Crieff, b. 

June 10, 1894, 2nd Lt., 3rd Black Watch, S.R., 11/15; 

Salonika 1917 K. in A., May 9, 1917 
Newton, John Sept., 1908 — July, 1911 Orchard. 

s. of the late C. W. Newton, b. Feb. 8, 1894. 5th Devon Regt. 

(T.F.) 12/14; Lt. 7/17; Staff Capt. 2/17; Mediterranean E.F. 

1916 — 16, Mesopotamian E.F. 1916—19, Despatches. Livery- 
man, Worshipful Company of Scriveners. Notary Public. 

27, Clements Lane, E.C.4, and Bridgeham Cottage, Burstow, 

Horley, Surrey. 
Osborne, George Francis Sept., 1908— July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of Sir Francis Osborne, Bart., J. P., The Grange, Framfield. 

b. July 27, 1894. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 1st R. Sussex Regt. 

1913; France 1915, 16—19, Despatches twice, M.C. ; Capt. 1920. 

The Grange, Framfield, Sussex. 
Page, John Kenneth Samuel Sept., 1908— Dec, 1913 Hall. 

s. of S. W. Page, Penn House, Wolverhampton, b. Oct. 2, 

1895. Hist. Exh., Wore. Coll., Ox. 2nd Lt. (t) R. Warwicks. 

Regt. 9/14; Capt. 6/18; Gallipoli and Egypt 1915—16, France 

1916—18, M.C. K. in A. at Miraumont, Aug. 22, 1918. 
Procter, Thomas George Sept., 1908 — July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of H. Procter, Lake House, Leighton Buzzard, b. Dec. 19, 

1893. Shooting VIII. 1911, Capt. 12. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 
W. India Regt. 1913; Lt. 8/14. Lake House, Leighton Buzzard. 

Sale, Alexander Gordon Sept., 1908— July, 1913 Brook. 

s. of Richard Sale, O.R. b. Nov. 14, 1894. XL 1913. F.XI. 

1911, 12. Trooper, Pioneer Corps, B.E. Africa 8/14; 2nd Lt., 

K.A.R. 1/15; Lt. 3/15; G.E. Africa. K. in A. near Lake 

Victoria, Mar. 9, 1915. 
Sanders, Denis Charles William Sept., 1908 — Dec, 1910 Hall. 

s. of the late W. G. W. Sanders, M.D., Cannes, b. July 1, 1894. 

2ndLt. (t) R.F.A. 10/14; R.F.C. (O.) 2/15; Lt. 7/17; France 

1916, A.F.C. ; prisoner of war 1915. Land agent. East 

Farndon Hall, Market Harborough. 
Schweder, Kenneth Ernest Sept., 1908 — July, 1911 Orchard. 

s. of P. E. Schweder, Courtlands, Goring, Sussex, b. June 3, 

1894. Irish Gds., S.R., 1915; France 1915, 17—18; Capt., 
retired. 2, Mores Gdns., Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, S.W.3. 

Shaw, John Valentine Wistar Sept., 1908— Apr., 1911 Brook, 
s. of John Shaw, O.R. b. Feb. 14, 1894. 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 
11/14; Lt. 7/15; France 1915—17, Palestine, Syria, and Turkey 
in Asia 1917 — 19, Despatches. Political Service, Gold Coast 
Colony, W. Africa. Donnington Hayes, Newbury, Berks. 

Slater, Geoffrey Brian Sept., 1908 — Apr., 1912 Priory, 

s. of C. F. Slater, 7, St. Helen's Rd., Norbury, S.W. b. June 24, 
1894. F.S. 7th London Regt (T.F.) 3/15 ; Capt. 4/17 ; France 
1915 — 16; prisoner of war 10/16. M.S.I. Chartered Surveyor. 
2, Amesbury Rd., Bickley, Kent. 

Smyth, John George Sept., 1908— July, 1911 Priory. 

s. of W. J. Smyth, I.C.S. b. Oct. 24, 1893. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 
2nd Lt. 1912; joined 15th Sikhs I. A. 1913; France 1914 — 15, 
Egypt 1915—16, N.W.F. 1916 with 15th Sikhs, V.C., Despatches 
twice, M.C, Order of St. George, 4th CI. (Russ.). 

Extract from London Gazette, 29/6/15, re award of V.C.- — ■ 
"For most conspicuous bravery near Richebourg L'Avoue on 
18th May, 1915. With a bombing party of 10 men, who 
voluntarily undertook this duty, he conveyed a supply of 96 
bombs to within 20 yards of the enemy's position over except- 
ionally dangerous ground, after the attempts of two other 



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parties had failed. Lt. Smyth succeeded in taking the bombs 
to the desired position with the aid of 2 of his men (the other 8 
having been killed or wounded), and to effect his purpose he had 
to swim a stream, being exposed the whole time to howitzer, 
shrapnel, machine-gun, and rifle fire." 

Afghanistan and N.W.F. 1919 — 20, Despatches, Indian 
Frontier Medal (3 Bars) ; Iraq 1920—21, Despatches. Capt. 
8/16. General Staff, Army H.Q. India, cjo Grindlay 6- Co., 
54, Parliament St., S.W.I. 

Symonds, John Dudley Barker Sept., 1908— Dec, 1910 Brook, 
s. of Major C. B. Symonds, Wirksworth. b. Apr. 27, 1894. 
6th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 1913; Capt. 12/17; seed. R.A.S.C. 
7/17 ; France 1915—16, Salonika 1916—18 ; India, with I.A.R.O. 
1918 — 19 ; Capt. I.A.R.O. 8/18. Solicitor. Wirksworth, Derbys. 

Taylor, Douglas Lionel Highfield Sept., 1908— July, 1911 Brook. 
s. of the late F. W. Taylor, O.R. b. Aug. 9, 1894. 2nd Lt., 
11th Hussars 8/14; Lt. R.F.A. 11/16; France 1915—16; retired. 
Junior Carlton Club, S.W. 

Walker, Gerald Whitehouse Higgs- Sept., 1908— July, 1913 Hall. 
s. of Lt.-Col. J. W. Higgs-Walker, O.B.E., V.D., J. P., White- 
hall, Kingswinford. b. Apr. 29, 1894. Gonv. and Caius Coll., 
Camb. ; B.A., 2nd CI. Mech. Sci., 1918. Engineer. Whitehall, 
Kingswinford, Dudley. 

Wallis, Harold Legh Sept., 1908— July, 1911 Orchard, 

s. of the late W. E. Wallis, A.R.I.B.A., Hill Cottage, Caterham. 
b. May 13, 1894. R. Sch. of Mines, Lond. 2nd Lt. (t) R.F.A. 
4/15; R.F.C. 3/16; Lt. 6/16; France. K. in A., July 2, 1916. 

Wigfall, William Edmund Clare Sept., 1908— July, 1914 Mitre. 
s. of Rev. W. E. Wigfall, Beverley, b. Sept. 13, 1895. Queen's 
Coll., Ox. 3rd E. Yorks. Regt., S.R., 1/15; Lt. 4/16; France 
1915, 16, M.C. d. of w. Aug. 29, 1916. 

Williamson, Edgar Rowe Sept., 1908 — July, 1911 Latham. 

s. of W. R. Williamson, 33, Vincent Rd., Croydon, b. Oct. 9, 
1893. Sch. 5th London Regt. (T.F.), Pte. 8/14; 2nd Lt. 1/15; 
Lt. 1/16; France 1915—16, M.C. K. in A. at Leuze Wood, 
Sept. 10, 1916. 

Wright, Charles Sisum Sept., 1908— July, 1913 Hall. 

s. of Rev. W. P. Wright, O.R. b. Julv 2, 1894. Trim Coll., 
Ox. ; B.A. and M.A. 1920. 6th R. W. Fus. (T.F.) 12/14; Capt. 
5/18; France 1917. Schoolmaster. St. Silas Vic, Broomhall 
Park, Sheffield. 

Wylie, Hamilton Maclaren Sept., 1908— July, 1913 Orchard, 

s. of the late J. H. Wylie, 4, Lawn Rd., Hampstead. b. Oct. 
22,1893. Sch. Pemb. Coll., Camb., Class. Sch. Etc, London 
Scottish (T.F.) 8/14; 2nd Lt., 1st Seaforth Highrs. 19L5; 
Mesopotamia 1916— 46. K. in A., Jan. 7, 19 Hi. 

Allen, William Shepherd Jan., 1909 — July, 1913 Priory. 

s. of W. Allen, Woodhead Hall, nr. Cheadle, Starts, b. Jan. 24, 
1895. Pemb. Coll., Camb. Despatch Rider, France 1914; 
2nd Lt. (/) R.E. 7/15; Lt. R.A.F., Technical Offr. 6/18; France 
and Salonika 1915—18; Flying Offr. RAF. (Regular Commn.) 
8/19. cjo Cox &■ Co., R.A.F. Branch, 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Atkinson, Gerald FitzGerald Jan., 1909— Dec, 1911 Hall. 

s. of F. R. Atkinson, Duffield, Derby, b. Jan. 16, 1895. 2nd 
Lt. (/) 9th Oxi. & Bucks. L.I. 8/15; M.G.C. 4/16; Lt. 3/17; attd. 
R.A.F. 11/18; France 1915, Egypt 19KV 18. Merchant. 
40, High St., Newcastle, Staffs. 

Bessemer, James George de Burgh 

Jan., 1909— Dec, 1911 Latham. 
s. of the late A. G. Bessemer, Loreto, Wimbledon, b. Apr. 30, 



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1895. Pte. 24th Middx. Regt. 1916; invalided out. c/o H. F. 
Bessemer Esq., Sandhills, Sunningdale, Berks. 
Daman, Geoffrey Windealt Jan., 1909— Apr., 1913 Hall, 

s. of J. F. K. Daman, Kenilworth, Carshalton. b. Mar. 26, 

1894. Magd. Coll., Ox., Hist. Demy. 2nd Lt., 4th R. Berks. 
Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; 4th Seaforth Highrs. (T.F.) 9/14; France 
1914 — 15. K. in A., May 24, 1915. 

Dean, John Henry Ellis Jan., 1909 — July, 1913 Priory, 

s. of J. H. Dean, Heath House, Nocton, Lincoln, b. Feb. 3, 

1895. Pte. P. S. Bn. 9/14; 2nd Lt. (/) Ches. Regt. 10/14; Capt. 
5/15; France 1915—16, 17—18, M.C. with Bar. K. in A., 
May 27, 1918. 

Donald, Matthewman Henry Jan., 1909 — July, 1913 Cross. 

s. of Rev. M. S. Donald, Quarry Hill, Mealsgate. b. Dec. 23, 

1894. 2nd Lt. 5th Border Regt. (T.F.) 11/14; R.G.A. (T.F.) 

4/16; Lt. 10/17. Quarry Hill, Mealsgate, Cumb. 
Ferguson, Gerald Low Jan., 1909 — July, 1914 Orchard. 

s. of R. L. Ferguson, Samaritan, St. Patrick's, Grenada, B.W.I. 

b. July 20, 1985. Pte., R. Fus. 9/14; France 1914—16. K. in 

A., Oct. 7, 1916. 
Gresley, Roger Jan., 1909— July, 1914 Hall. 

s. of Rear Admiral R. N. Gresley. b. Feb. 26, 1895. Shooting 

VIII. 1913, Capt. 1914. R.M.A. Woolwich. R.F.A. 2/15; 

France 1915—18, M.C. ; Lt. A/Major. K. in A., Sept. 6, 1918. 
Helm, Henry Paul Dundas Jan., 1909— July, 1912 Hall & New. 

s. of R. D. Helm, M.D., J. P., Carlisle, b. Sept. 22, 1894. 

3rd Border Regt., S.R., 8/14; Capt. 3/16; seed. R.F.C. (O.) 

4/16; Wing Adjt. 2/17; France 1914—16, 18, Despatches, d. 

Nov. 6, 1918. 
Jordan, Cecil Jan., 1909— Dec, 1911 Hall. 

s. of P. H. Jordan, West House, Southport. b. Nov. 25, 1894. 

2ndLt. (/) R.F.A. 9/14; Regular Commn. R.F.A. 6/15; Lt. 7/17; 

Egypt and Gallipoli 1915 — 18, Salonika 1919, Army of Black 

Sea 1919 — 20; retired 1920. Manchester cotton trade. West 

House, Roe Lane, Southport. 
Oxley, Percy Favell Jan., 1909— Apr., 1913 Latham. 

s. of P. H. Oxley, Moorgate Grange, Rotherham. b. Oct. 16, 

1894. Sheffield Univ. 1914. R.F.A. (T.F.) 11/15; Lt. 7/17; 

France 1916 — 19, Despatches, M.C. Steel manufacturer. 

By-the-Way, Park Lane, Sheffield. 
Rowell, Herbert Babington Robin Jan., 1909— Dec, 1911 Hall. 

s. of Sir Herbert Rowell, K.B.E., The Manor House, Newcastle- 

on-Tyne. b. May 28, 1894. Shooting VIII. 1910, 11. R.E. 

(T.F.) 1/15; seed. R.F.C. 6/15; Fit. Comdr. 4/16; France 1915— 

16, A.F.C. Redesmouth Hall, Reedsmouth, Northumb. 
Sole, Basil John Butler Jan., 1909 — July, 1911 Cross. 

s. of the late Rev. A. B. Sole. b. Dec. 4 1894. Jesus Coll., 

Camb. 1913; B.A. 1919. Pte. 16th Middx. Regt. 8/14; 2nd Lt. 

5th K.R.R.C, S.R., 7/15. Journalist. Heybridge, Winchester. 
Swainson, Francis Gibbon Jan., 1909 — Dec, 1911 Priory. 

s. of the late G. A. Swainson, 2, Bank Parade, Preston, b. 

Oct. 2, 1894. 16th London Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; Lt. 6/15; 

France 1915 — 16, M.C. K. in A. at Gommecourt, July 1, 1916. 
Swift, John Jan., 1909— Apr., 1913 Orchard. 

s. of G. Swift, The Beeches, Timperley. b. Aug. 10, 1894. 

2nd Lt. (t) 12th Manch. Regt. 8/14; Mesopotamia. K. in A. 

near Kut, Jan. 9, 1917. 
Trusted, Gerald Rupert van Linge Jan., 1909— July, 1912 Priory. 

s. of Rev. C. F. Trusted, b. Mar. 27, 1894. Pte. 16th Middx. 

Regt. 12/14; France 1915—16; Devon Regt., S.R., 8/16; 



278 ford 190 ( J 



Regular Commn. Devon Regt. 5/18; Mesopotamia 1916 — 18. 

Baku Expn. 1918; Lt. 11/18; Half- Pay since 1920. Bourne 

House, Totland Bay, I. of IF., and c/o Cox d~ Co., 16, Charing 

Cross, S.W.I. 
Turner, Douglas William Jan., 1909 — Dec, 1912 Latham. 

s. of G. Turner, 38, Augustus Rd., Edgbaston. b. Dec. 8, 1894. 

Trooper, Warwicks. Yeo. (T.F.) 9/14. 54, Russell Rd., Moseley, 

Birmingham. 
Whidborne, Bertram Seymour Jan., 1909— July, 1912 Brook. 

s. of Rev. G. F. Whidborne, Hammerwood Lodge, E. Grinstead. 

b. Oct. 17, 1893. Trin. Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1915. R.F.A. 

(T.F.) 8/14; Lt. 6/16; France 1915- 17, Egypt and Palestine 

1917- — 19, M.C., Croix de Guerre (Fr.). Dogen Hyde, Welwyn 

Garden City, Herts. 
Wilson, Robert Gerald Hamilton Jan., 1909— Apr., 1913 Brook 

s. of R. P. Wilson, T.P., Walton Elm House, Marnhull. b. Apr 

8, 1895. Trooper B. E.A. Mtd. Rif. 12/14; 2nd Lt. (/) K.A.R 

12/15; Major 9/17; G. E. A. 1915—18, Despatches 3 times 

D.S.O., M.C. ; Lt. R. Irish Fus. (Regular Commn.) 4/18; empld 

2nd K.A.R., Coy. Comdr. Walton Him House, Marnhull 

Dorset. 
Wollaston, John William Jan., 1909- Dec, 1912 Orchard 

s. of F. E. A. Wollaston, Shenton Hall, Nuneaton, b. Feb. 23 

1895. 4th S. Staff. Regt., S.R., 6/14; R.M.C. Sandhurst 2/15 

1st Seaforth Highrs. 7/15; Mesopotamia 1916 — 17 (Relief of 

Kut, Baghdad), Egypt and Palestine 1918, Despatches; Capt 

1921. 2nd Seaforth Highrs., Meerut, U.P., India, and United 

Service Club, Pall Mall, S.W.I. 
Battle, Arthur Newsum Apr., 1909 — July, 1912 Latham 

s. of F. G. Battle, White Hall, Potter Hanworth. b. Oct. 17 

1894. 2nd Lt. (t) 9th Line. Regt. 8/14; Gallipoli 5/15. K. in 

A., Nov. 10, 1915. 
Bradley, Reginald Livingston Apr., 1909— July, 1913 Hall. 

s. of F. L. Bradley, 59, Frognal, Hampstead,. b. Aug. 9, 1894. 

Oriel Coll., Ox.; M.A. Occasionals (Hockey) at Oxford. Lt. 

22nd London Regt. (T.F.) 10/14; France 1915— 16, Despatches, 

M.C. Tutor, Borstal Institution, Portland. 
Breakell, Thomas Knowles Apr., 1909 — Apr., 1910 Brook. 

s. of T. Breakell, F.R.G.S., Brassington Hall, Wirksworth. 

b. June 27, 1894. Lt. 4th D.C.L.I. (T.F.); 2nd Lt. (0 R.F.C. 

8/16; France 1917; France and Germany 1918—19; Regular 

Commn. R.A.F. 1921; India with No. 31 Sqn. 1921; Flying 

Offr. 4/18. Brassington Hall, Wirksworth. 
Briggs, Leonard Scott Apr., 1909 — July, 1912 Orchard. 

s. of L. Briggs, Mindrum, Northumb. b. Aug. 14, 1895. 

Shooting VIII. 1912. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 2nd Durh. L.I. 

8/14; France 1915, Despatches twice, M.C; Capt. Res. of Off. 

Thornington House, Mindrum, Northumb. 
Cave, Walter Henry Charles Apr., 1909— July, 1914 Mitre. 

s. of Sir C. H. Cave, Bart., Sidbury Manor, Sidmouth. b. Mar. 

15, 1895. 3rd Dorset Regt., S.R., 8/14; Lt. 2/15; France 

1914—15. K. in A. at St. Eloi, Mar. 12, 1915. 
Coldwell, Alleyne St. George Apr., 1909— Dec., 1913 Hall. 

s. of Rev. W. St. G. Coldwell, Islip Rect., Thrapston. b. Dec. 

17, 1895. 2nd Lt. (/) 8th North'n Regt. 10/14; 3rd Bn., S.R., 

1/15; Regular Commn. North'n Regt. 7/15; France 1916—18; 

Capt. 1921. I slip Rect., Thrapston. 
Custance, Edward Cecil Neville Apr., 1909 — July, 1913 Brook. 

s. of Rev. C. E. S. Custance, Elton Hall, Ludlow, b. Dec. 9, 

1894. Trin. Hall, Camb. R.M.C. Sandhurst 8/14; Norf. 



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Regt. 11/14; seed. M.G.C. 12/15; seed. Tank Corps 8/17; 

France 1915—16, 17—18; Capt. 1922. Elton Hall, Ludlow. 
Dewes, Bryan Osmond Apr., 1909 — July, 1912 Latham. 

s. of H. W. Dewes, 32, Harley St., W. b. May 30, 1894. 

Medical student, St. Thomas' Hosp. Pte. Artists' Rifles 8/14 ; 

2nd Lt. (t) 1st Middx. Regt. 2/15; France 1914, 15. K. in A. at 

Laventie, July 31, 1915. 
Hankey, Henry Barnard Apr., 1909 — Apr., 1913 Hall. 

s. of C. K. B. Hankey, Brocklesby, Lines, b. Nov. 10, 1894. 

Brocklesby, Lines. 
Mathews, Thomas Hugh Apr., 1909 — July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of J. H. Mathews, 14, Park Crescent, Worthing, b. Nov. 16, 

1894. R.M.C. Sandhurst. l«t E. Lan. Regt.; France 8/14. 
K. in A., Nov. 2, 1914. 

Morrison, Lachlan Allan Apr., 1909 — July, 1911 Orchard. 

s. of A. Morrison, 452, Glossop Rd., Sheffield, b. July 29, 1894. 

Pte., 12th Y. and L. Regt. 9/14; 2nd Lt., 3rd S. Lan. Regt., 

S.R., 4/15; France 1915—16. d. of w. Jan. 6, 1916. 
Perry, Maxwell Harold Coote Apr., 1909— Dec, 1912 Brook. 

s. of H. A. Perrv, Judge in Court of Appeal, Cairo, b. May 27, 

1895. R.M.C. Sandhurst. Devon Regt. 1914; France 1914, 
18 ; N. Russian Relief Force 1919, M.C, ; Capt. 1921. 2nd Devon 
Regt., Quetta, India, and c/o Cox <S- Co., 16, Charing Cross, S. W.l. 

Phillpotts, Henry Eden Apr., 1909— July, 1913 Mitre. 

s. of Eden Phillpotts, Eltham, Torquay, b. Jan. 7, 1895. 

Elthant, Torquay. 
Richardson, Henry Alfred Apr., 1909 — Apr., 1911 Mitre. 

s. of H. A. Richardson, Lyniard, Heaton, Bolton, b. May 28, 

1894. 5th N. Lan. Regt. (T.F.) 9/14; Capt. 6/16; France 1915. 
Lyniard, Heaton, Bolton. 

Rodney, Hon. Charles Christian Simon 

Apr., 1909— July, 1912 Hall, 

s. of 7th Baron Rodney, b. July 26, 1895. 2nd Lt. (t) 17th 
L'pool Regt. 9/14; Lt. Gren. Gds., S.R., 4/17; France; prisoner 
of war 3/18. K6, The Albany, Piccadilly, W.l. 

Rowley, George William Apr., 1909 — Dec, 1913 Hall & New. 
s. of Rev. Sir George C. A. Rowley, Bart., Wrottesley House, 
Streatham. b. May 10, 1896. F.XI. 1913. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 
2nd Essex Regt. 10/14; France 1915, 16; Capt. 1/17. Wrottes- 
ley House, Mt. Ephraim Rd., Streatham, S.W.16. 

Vachell, Charles Theodore Apr., 1909— July, 1913 Mitre, 

s. of T. Vachell, St. Gwnlliw, Newport, Mon. b. Mar. 21, 1895. 
1st Mon. Regt. (T.F.) 8/14; Capt. 6/16; seed. R.F.C. 1916; 
Fit. Comdr. 6/17; France 1915—16, 17, Despatches, M.C. 
Engineer. Rockmount, Weston-super-Mare. 

Welldon, John Cedric Apr., 1909 — Apr., 1913 Latham, 

s. of C. L. Welldon, Westlands, Wellingborough, b. May 10, 

1895. Driver, Section Sanitaire Anglaise No. 1, France 1915. 
cjo Jessop, Son &■ Piper, Solicitors, Bedford. 

Appleby, Geoffrey Edmund Sept., 1909 — July, 1914 Hall. 

s. of E. G. Appleby, Kingswood, Wevbridge. b. June 18, 1895. 

2nd Lt. (t) 15th K.R.R.C. 10/14; Lt. 4/15; France 1915—16, 

18—19, M.B.E. Ball. Coll., Ox. 1919. Articled to Chartered 

Accountant. Kingswood, Weybridge, Surrey. 
Barnes, Robert Ogle Sept., 1909 — Apr., 1913 Orchard. 

s. of R. S. W. Barnes, Durban Club, Durban, Natal, b. Oct. 3, 

1895. W.D. (Camp Construction) 4/15; 2nd Lt. (*) 17th Ches. 

Regt. 8/15; Capt. 11/16; Capt. & Adjt. Labour Corps 4/17; 

France 1917—19. Civil engineer. Victoria Club, Maritzburg, 

Natal. 



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Barratt, Harold Charles Edward Sept., 1909— Apr., 1913 Hall. 

s. of J. H. Barratt, O.K. b. Nov. 19, 1895. 2nd Lt. (*), 9th 

Glouc. Regt. 12/14; France 1915—17. d. of w. May 17, 1917. 
Bates, Alfred Ralph Sept., 1909— Apr., 1912 Orchard. 

s. of W. R. Bates, Bengeworth, Wellingborough, b. Sept. 26, 

1895. 2nd lit. (t) R.G.A. 2/15; Capt. 2/19; France 1916—18. 

M.I. & S.I. Engineer. Bengeworth, Wellingborough. 
Beatty, Ivan Wakefield Sept., 1909— Apr., 1912 Cross. 

s. of Surg.-Gen. T. Berkeley Beatty. b. Nov. 1, 1896. 
Bower, Lancelot Tregonwell Syndercombe 

Sept., 1909— July, 1913 Brook. 

s. of H. G. S. Bower, Fontmell Parva, Shillingstone. b. July 7, 

1895. XL 1912, 13. F.XL* 1911, 12. Aldershot Gym. 1912. 
3rd Dorset Regt., S.R., 8/14; Capt. 1/17; France 1915, 16, 18— 
19, Despatches twice, O.B.E. Farming. Suguroi P.O., 
Laikipia, Kenya Colony. 

Bush, Graham Shurmur Sept., 1909 — July, 1911 Cross, 

s. of P. W. Bush. The Old Manor House, Keynsham. b. Sept. 
25, 1895. 2nd Lt. (t) 9th Som. L.I. 4/15; R.F.C. 12/15; Lt. 
1/17; France 1915 — 16. Solicitor. 9, Bridge St., Bristol, and 

10, Hughenden Rd., Clifton, Bristol. 
Chamberlin, Hugh Frederick Whitmore 

Sept., 1909— Dec, 1913 Orchard, 
s. of H. W. Chamberlin, Kestronguct, Penryn. b. Dec. 24, 

1896. R.M.C. Sandhurst 1915. 2nd Durham L.I. 11/15; 
France 1916. K. in A. on the Somme, Oct. 15, 1916. 

Chevallier, Peter Temple Sept., 1909— July, 1913 Hall, 

s. of Capt. B. H. Chevallier, R.N. b. May 24, 1895. XI. 1913. 
F.XI. 1912. 2nd Lt. (t) 13th Middx. Regt. 9/14; Capt. 6/15; 
Bde. Maj. 4/18; France and Germany 1914 — 19, Despatches 
twice, D.S.O., M.C. ; Croix de Guerre (Fr.). Fertilizer manu- 
facturer. Dir., Joseph Fison & Co., Ltd., Ipswich. The Lodge, 
Gt. Beatings, Suffolk. 

Child, Gilbert Richard Gregory Sept., 1909— July, 1914 Hall, 
s. of S. A. Child, The Crossways, Cobham, Surrey, b. May 24, 
1896. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 2nd R. Sussex Regt. 11/14; France 
1915. K. in A. at Richebourg l'Avoue, May 9, 1915. 

Cocker, Douglas Burbidge Sept., 1909— July, 1914 Orchard, 

s. of J. G. Cocker, 20, Lawson Rd., Broomhill, Sheffield, b. 
Dec. 20, 1895. 4th Y. & L. Regt. (T.F.) 11/14; Capt. 8/16; 
France 1917. Actor (joined Sir Frank Benson's Coy. 1919). 
Broombank, Kings Rd., Westcliff-on-Sea. 

Colbourne, Maurice Dale Sept., 1909 — July, 1913 Hall, 

s. of the late L. Colbourne, M.D., of Buenos Aires and London, 
b. Sept. 24, 1894. Sch. Oriel Coll., Ox., Exh. Pres. O.U.D.S. 
1920. 3rd R. Berks. Regt. 8/14; Capt. 12/15; France 1915. 
Actor. 39, A Ifred Place, S.W.7. 

Crawshaw, Frederick Vickers Sept., 1909 — July, 1911 Brook, 
s. of F. A. S. Crawshaw, 51, Westbourne Rd., Sheffield, b. Sept. 

11, 1894. 2nd Lt. 5th Y. & L. Regt. (T.F.) 10/14; Lt. (t) 
R.A.S.C. 10/16; France. Blake Mount, Parkstone, Dorset. 

Crews, Arthur James Sept., 1909 — Apr., 1912 New. 

s. of II. G. Crews, Pendennis, Singleton Rd., Kersal. b. July 

9, 1895. 8th Manch. Regt. (T.F.) 10/14 ; Lt. 1 1/14. Pendennis, 

Singleton Rd., Kersal, Manchester. 
Dalmahoy, Patrick James Edward 

Sept., 1909— July, 1914 Latham. 

s. of the late J. A. Dalmahoy, O.R. b. June 20, 1896. R.F.A. 

(T.F.) 8/14; France 1915—19; Capt. 3/19. Oriel Coll., Ox. 

1919; B.A. 1921. 28, Royal Circus, Edinburgh. 



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Day, George Francis Hermitage Sept., 1909 — July, 1913 Latham. 

s. of Rev. E. H. Day, D.D., F.S.A., Newton House, Belmont 

Rd., Hereford, b. Oct. 23, 1895. Shooting VIII. 1912, 13. 

2nd Lt., R.F.A., S.R., 7/15; Egypt 1915, France 1916. K. in 

A. on the Somme, Sept. 9, 1916. 
Derry, Douglas Alfred Laurie Sept., 1909 — Apr., 1910 New- 

s. of A. Derry, Wadsley, Sheffield, b. Apr. 11, 1896. Went to 

King Edward VII. Gr. Sch., Sheffield. Pte., 12th Y. and L. 

Regt. 9/14; 2nd Lt., Y. and L. Regt. 6/15; Lt. 9/16; France 

1916. K. in A. on the Somme, Oct. 8, 1916. 
Dornton, Harold Shafto Sept., 1909— Dec, 1913 Cross. 

s. of A. S. Dorton, 29, Woodville Gdns., Ealing, W. b. Apr. 

16, 1896. Pte., London Rifle Bde. 8/14; 2nd Lt., 5th Sherwood 

Foresters (T.F.) 4/15; France 1914 — 16. K. in A. near Gomme- 

court, July 1, 1916. 
Drummond, Nigel Felton Sept., 1909 — July, 1914 New. 

s. of Major A. B. Drummond, Polit. Dept., Govt, of India, b. 

Feb. 2, 1895. Sch. Pemb. Coll., Camb., Class. Exh. 2nd 

Lt., 6th K.R.R.C, S.R., 12/14; France 1915, Despatches. 

Accidentally killed, Dec. 20, 1916. 
Ellis, David Heaton- Sept., 1909— July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of Edward Heaton-Ellis, United Service Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

b. Apr. 12, 1897. R.M.C. Sandhurst 1914. 2nd Rifle Bde. 

12/14; Capt. 7/17; France 1915—18, M.C. K. in A. at Berry 

au Bac, May 27, 1918. 
Fox, Donald Storrs Sept., 1909— July, 1914 Mitre. 

s. of W. Storrs Fox, Hillside, Bakewell. b. July 5, 1895. 

Pte. P.S. Bn. 9/14; 2nd Lt. 6th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 11/14; 

Lt. 3/17; seed. R.A.F. 1918—19; France 1915, 16—18; prisoner 

of war 10/18, escaped 10/11/18. Asst. Dist. Commr., Kenya 

Colony since 1920. Hillside, Bakewell, Derbys. 
Francis, Edward Lloyd Sept., 1909— July, 1914 Priory. 

s. of E. Francis, Beechwood, Stow-on-the-Wold. b. July 3, 

1895. XL 1912, 13, 14. F.XI. 1912, 13. 3rd Wilts. Regt., 
S.R., 8/14; Capt. 1/17; France 1914—15, Despatches. Oriel 
Coll., Ox. 1919; B.A. 1921. Asst. Master, Dragon School, 
Oxford ; and Westcote, Charlton Lane, Cheltenham. 

Franklin, Charles William Herbert Sept., 1909 — Dec, 1912 Hall. 
s. of the late H. A. Franklin, Probate Registrar, Worcester, b. 
July 16, 1896. Farming in Canada. 1st C.E.F. ; 8th Wore 
Regt. (T.F.) 10/15; Lt. 7/17; seed. Tank Corps 12/16; France 
1916 — 17. With branch of Vickers, Ltd., Manchester. Con- 
derton Manor, Tewkesbury. 

Gamwell, Frederick Wittington Sept., 1909 — Apr., 1911 Priory, 
s. of the late F. R. Gamwell, Norbury Hill House, Norwood, 
b. Dec. 27, 1895. Fit. Sublt. R.N.A.S. 11/14; Sqn. Comdr. 
1/18; Maj. (t) R.A.F. 4/18; H.M.S. "Empress" 1916; Suda Bay 
1917; Military Cross, CI. 3 (Greek), Order of the Redeemer 
(Greek). Paris Univ. Aber Artro, Llanbedr, Merionethshire. 

Gordon, Philip Leslie Sept., 1909— July, 1915 Hall. 

s. of A. D. Gordon, Woodlands, Chalfont St. Giles, b. Apr. 16, 

1896. 3rd Y. & L. Regt., S.R. 7/15; Lt. 7/17; France 1916, 17. 
Trin. Coll., Ox. 1919. Woodlands, Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks. 

Goulty, Allison Howard Sept., 1909— July, 1914 Brook. 

s. of W. H. Goulty, Alan Drive, Hale. b. Mar. 1, 1895. Exh. 

C.C.C., Ox. ; B.A., Hons. Lit. Hum., 1918. Solicitor. 6, Brown 

St., Manchester, and 12, Ley land Ave., Didsbury. 
Graham, Malcolm Hewley Sept., 1909— July, 1913 Hall. 

s. of H. S. Graham, The Green, Wetheral, Carlisle, b. Nov. 



282 i-ord 1<)09 



22, '1894. Pemb. Coll., Camb. 2nd Lt., 3rd Yorks. Regt., 

S.R., 8/14; France 1915. K. in A. at Givenchy, June 15, 

1915. 
Greswell, Eric Walter Sept., 1909— July, 1913 Brook. 

s. of Rev. W. Greswell, Marthall Vic, Knutsford. b. May 8, 

1896. 2nd Lt. (t) 8th Ches. Regt. 8/14; Lt. 10/14 ; Lt. (/) R.F.C. 

(O.) 5/17 ; Gallipoli 1915, Mesopotamia 1917, Palestine 1917—18. 

K. in A. at El Tiereh, June 9, 1918. 
Hamlyn, Douglas Sept., 1909— Apr., 1913 New. 

s. of W. Hamlyn, Hapstead, Buckfastleigh. b. Sept. 7, 1894. 

Sch. Equal 1st Agg. P. 1913. 5th Devon Regt. (T.F.) 9/14; 

Capt. 3/18; India 1914—16, Egypt and Palestine 1917—18, 

France and Germany 1918 — 19. Accountant. Hapstead, 

Buckfastleigh, S. Devon. 
Harvey, Norman Russell Sept., 1909 — July, 1914 Priory. 

s. of L. C. Harvey, The Terrace, Spalding, b. Oct. 8, 1895. 

6th Rifle Bde., S.R. 3/15; R.M.C. Sandhurst 7/15; 2nd Rifle 

Bde. 11/15; France 1915 — 19; Mesopotamia, Persia and India 

1919 — 22; Lt. 7/17. 1st Rifle Bde., Cawnpore, India, and 

Normanhurst, Sheringham, Norfolk. 
Hewitt, Evelyn Lovell " Sept., 1909— Dec, 1910 Brook. 

s. of H. Lovell Hewitt, Trowle Manor, Trowbridge, b. June 18, 

1894. Exh. 3rd Wilts. Regt., S.R. 8/14; Capt. 1/17; seed. 
W. Afr. Regt. 5/15; France 1914, Sierra Leone 1915—18, 
Despatches; Bronze Medal, R. Humane Soc Trowle Manor, 
Trowbridge. 

Hough, Edwin Purdon Kighley Sept., 1909— Apr., 1911 Latham. 

s. of K. J. Hough, O.R. b. Apr. 1, 1895. Sch. Went to 

Shrewsbury. 14, Portland Sq., Carlisle. 
Kemble, Alan Edward Sept., 1909— July, 1914 Hall. 

s. of G. A. Kemble, 3, Mayfield Rd., Tunbridge Wells, b. May 

16, 1895. XL 1913, 14. F.XI. 1912, 13. Aldershot Gym. 

1913, 14. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 2nd K.O.Y.L.I. 11/14; France 

1915, 17, 18, Despatches twice, D.S.O. ; Capt. retired. Oriel 

Coll., Ox. 1919; Hons. Eng. Lit. 1920. C.S. 1920 (Finance 

Dept., W.O.). R. Automobile Club, Pall Mall, S.W.I. 
Laurence, Frederic Hope Sept., 1909— Dec, 1912 Latham. 

s. of G. B. Laurence, Milbourne Lodge, Esher. b. Mar. 9, 1896. 

6th Wore Regt., S.R. 8/14; Capt. 9/15; seed. R.F.C. 9/16; 

Fit. Comdr. 9/17; France 1914—16, 17, Egypt 1917, M.C. ; 

Regular Commn. R.A.F. 1919; Fit. Lt. 4/18. R.A.F. (Cadet) 

College, Cranwell, Sleaford, and c\o Cox S> Co., R.A.F. Branch, 

16, Charins Cross, S.W.I. 
Lawson, Hilton Sept., 1909— July, 1912 Latham. 

s. of M. Lawson, Borans Hill, Dalston, Cumb. b. Apr. 18, 1895. 

R.M.C. Sandhurst 1913. 1st R. Fus. 8/14 ; Capt. 1/17. c/o Cox 

and Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 
Lomax, George Sept., 1909— Dec, 1912 New. 

s. of G. E. Lomax, J. P., Fern Hill, Huyton. b. Apr. 24, 1895. 

Hert. Coll., Ox. 1914; B.A. 1919. R.M.C. Sandhurst 10/15; 

5th R. Irish Lancers 7/16 ; France 1917—19 ; N.W.F. 1919— 

21; 16th. Lancers 1922; Lt. 1/18. Dir., Sutton Heath and 

Lea Green Collieries, Ltd. Fern Hill, Huyton, Liverpool. 
Mackay, George Eric Sept., 1909— Dec, 1910 Latham. 

s of the late G. D. Mackay, Brvnhyfryd, Whitchurch, Glam. 

b. Dec. 7, 1894. d. June 25, 1913. 
McLean, Charles Fergus Sept., 1909— July, 1914 New 

s. of Rev. W. McLean, St. John's Vic, Hollington. b. July 21, 

1895. Sch. F.S. King's Coll., Camb., Exh.; B.A. 1918; 
M.B., B.Ch. 1922. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1919. Surg. Sublt 



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R.N.V.R. 1916—17, North Sea; Surg.-Lieut. (t) R.N. 1919—20, 

Black Sea. C.M.S. Hospital, Srinagar, Kashmir. 
Manson, Cecil Murray Sept., 1909— July, 1914 New. 

s. of F. W. Manson, Fair Crouch, Wadhurst. b. Jan. 20, 1896. 

4th R.W. Surrey Regt. (T.F.) 11/14; Capt. 8/17; seed. R.F.C. 

(O.) 9/17; Gallipoli, Suvla Bay 1915, Egypt and Suez Canal 

1915 — 16, Sinai and Palestine 1916 — 18. 49, The Pryors, 

Hampstead, N.W. 
Marriott, John Charles Oakes Sept., 1909— July, 1914 Cross. 

s. of the late C. Marriott, 15, St. Mary's Rd., Cromer, b. June 

29, 1895. F.XI. 1913. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 1st North'n Regt. 
11/14; Capt. 2/17; France 1915— 19, Despatches 6 times, D.S.O., 
M.C., Croix de Guerre (Belg.) ; Capt. 1st Scots Gds. 1920; 
Bt. Maj. 6/19. Guards Club, W.l, and 40a, Hill St., Berkeley 
Sq., W-l. 

Mlddlebrook, John Sept., 1909— July, 1911 Latham. 

s. of E. H. Middlebrook, The Larches, Ilkley. b. Sept. 11, 1894. 

Pte. R.A.M.C. (T.F.) 9/14; O.C.B. 2/17; 6th Rifle Bde., S.R., 

6/17; Lt. 11/18; France 1915—16, 17—18, M.C Solicitor, 

Leeds. The Larches, Ilkley. 
Musson, Robert Ingram Sept., 1909— July, 1912 Orchard. 

s. of A. W. Musson, M.B., 15, King's St., Clitheroe. b. Aug. 24, 

1895. Sch. R.M.A. Woolwich. R.E. 7/14; Gallipoli 1915, 
Mesopotamia 1916 — 18, Despatches twice, M.C. ; Order of 
White Eagle 5th CI. with Swords (Serb.); Capt. 11/17. 15, 
King's St., Clitheroe, Lanes. 

Ogden, Frank Whitehead Sept., 1909— July, 1911 New. 

s. of E. J. Ogden, Fulshaw Bank, Wilmslow. b. Dec. 9, 1894. 

d. July 2, 1912. 
Otter, Anthony Sept., 1909 — July, 1914 Mitre. 

s. of R. C. Otter, J. P., Royston Manor, Retford, b. Sept. 8, 

1896. Sublt. R.N.V.R. 9/14; Lieut. 9/17; H.M.S. "Vernon." 
Trin. Coll., Camb. 1919; B.A., 2nd CI. Hist., 1920. On Staff 
of Cambridge Mission, St. Stephen's High School, Delhi ; and 
Royston Manor, Retford, Notts. 

Palmer, Christopher Harold Sept., 1909— July, 1913 Hall. 

s. of F. B. Palmer, 10, Leigham Court Rd., Streatham, S.W. b. 

Apr. 19, 1896. Air Mech. R.A.F. 1918. Wadh. Coll., Ox.; 

B.A. 1920. Journalist, c/o G. J. Palmer 6- Sons, 7, Portugal 

St., Kingsway, W.C.I. 
Parmenter, Stanley Henry Alfred Sept., 1909— July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of A. Parmenter, Mount Alyn, Arkley, Barnet. b. Apr. 5, 

1895. Pte. 2nd H.A.C. 8/14; 2nd Lt. R.G.A., S.R., 7/15; 

Capt. 6/17; France 1915—19. The Croft, Arkley, Barnet. 
Parsons, Eric King Sept., 1909 — July, 1914 Mitre., 

s. of C. H. Parsons, C.C., Monkspath Priory, Shirley, b. Mar. 

30, 1896. XL 1913, 14. Magd. Coll., Ox., Exh. 2nd Lt. (/), 
9th Rifle Bde. 12/14; Capt. 7/16; France 1915—16. K. in A. 
on the Somme, Sept. 15, 1916. 

Parsons, George Herbert Stewart Sept., 1909— July, 1912 New. 

s. of G. H. L. Parsons, Aldrington, Streatham Park. b. Nov. 

26, 1895. XL 1912. 2nd Lt. 3rd Lond. Regt. (T.F.) 1914. 

The Wick, Gatwick, Horley, Surrey. 
Phlpps, Lionel Lush Sept., 1909— July, 1913 Hall. 

s. of A. E. Phipps, Harlestone, Northants. b. Feb. 27, 1896. 

2nd Lt. (t) 7th North'n Regt. 9/14; Lt. 7/15; France 1915. 

K. in A., Sept. 27, 1915. 
Pigeon, Arthur Lionel Sept., 1909 — Apr., 1913 Orchard. 

s. of the late H. Pigeon, Furzedean, Hythe, Hants, b. Apr. 29. 



284 ford 1909 



1895. 2nd Lt. (I) R.F.A. 10/14; Lt. 7/17; France 1918—19. 

Lismany, Ballinasloe, Co. Gahvay. 
Prankerd, Richard Percy Sept., 1909 — July, 1912 Cross. 

s. of the late P. L. Prankerd, Fairlawn, Tunbridge Wells, b. 

July 9, 1895. 1st Warwicks. Yeo. (T.F.) 5/15; Lt. 6/16; 

France. K. in A., Nov. 10, 1918. 
Proctor, Eric Sept., 1909— Dec, 1913 Orchard. 

s. of Major F. W. Proctor, Downfield, Maidenhead, b. June 27, 

1895. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 1st R.W. Fus. 1914; France 1914, 

16, 17, Gallipoli 1915, Croix de Guerre with Palm (Fr.) ; Lt., 

retired. R. Automobile Club, S.W.I, and 20, Gledstanes Rd., 

W.14. 
Robinson, Leslie Maurice Sept., 1909 — July, 1913 Latham. 

s. of Rev. F. Robinson, Wick Wood, St. Albans, b. Jan. 18, 

1895. 6th Lan. Fus. (T.F.) 1/14; Egypt 1914—15, Gallipoli 
1915—16, Sinai and Suez Canal 1916—17, France 1917—18, 
M.C. ; prisoner of war 3/18; Maj. 1921. Engineer. Sparth 
House, Rochdale. 

Rodney, Ivor Morgan Sept., 1909— July, 1913 New. 

s. of Hon. R. Rodney, The Hill, Almondsburv. b. June 19, 

1896. R.M.C. Sandhurst 1915. Dorset Regt. 12/15; seed. 
R.F.C. and R.A.F. since 12/15; France 1916—19, Mesopotamia 
1919—21; Lt. Dorset Regt., Flying Offr. R.A.F. R.A.F. 
{Cadet) College, Cranwell, Sleaford, and The Hill, Almondsbury, 
Glos. 

Rutherford, Peter William Sept., 1909— Dec, 1910 Mitre, 

s. of D. C. Rutherford, J. P., Powis Court, Bushey Heath, b. 
May 20, 1896. 2nd Lt. [t) 10th W. Yorks. Regt. 10/14; Regular 
Comnn. W. Yorks. Regt. 11/15; seed. R.F.C. 6/17; France, 
Despatches, M.C. ; Lt. Res. of Off. 

Smale, Philip Bradley Sept., 1909— Dec, 1913 Mitre. 

s. of J. B. Smale, Lyme Green, Macclesfield, b. Mar. 17, 1895. 
Edin. Univ. Pte., M.T., A.S.C., 8/15; France 1915; discharged 
1916. M.B., Ch.B. 1920. d. June 27, 1921. 

Small, David Winder Sept., 1909— July, 1914 Cross, 

s. of E. W. Small, 9, Alba Gdns., N.W.ll. b. July 8, 1895. 
attd. R.E. 1/15; Cpl. 6/15; 2nd Lt. (/) R.E. 8/17; Lt. 2/19; 
France 1915—16, 17—18. Christ's Coll., Camb., Exh. ; B.A., 
2nd CI. Med. & Mod. Lang., 1920. Asst. Master, Haberdashers' 
Aske's Hampstead School. 9, Alba Gdns, N.W.ll. 

Sparks, Harry Pratt Sept., 1909— July, 1913 Priory, 

s. of C. P. Sparks, C.B.E., O.R. b. Feb. 29, 1896. R.M.C. 
Sandhurst. 2nd Suffolk Regt. 8/14; Bde. Maj. 7/17; France 
1914—17, 18—19, Italy 1917—18, Despatches 4 times, M.C, 
Mons Star; Capt. 1/17.' 1st Suffolk Regt., Wellington, S. India, 
and Branscombe, 33, St. Matthews Ave., Surbiton. 

Stephenson, Edmund Vernon Sept., 1909— July, 1911 Mitre, 
s. of T. S. Stephenson, Walkington House, Beverley, b. Dec. 
3, 1894. R.F.A., S.R., 10/15; France 1915—18, M.C; Capt., 
retired. Farmer and corn merchant. Hunsley House, South 
Cave, E. Yorks. 

Stevenson, John Stanley Sept., 1909— July, 1913 Priory, 

s. of J. Stevenson, the Old House, Esher. b. July 22, 1895. 
Pte. Artists' Rifles 9/14; 2nd Lt. (/) A.S.C 12/14; Lt. (t) R.F.C 
(O.) 5/17; France 1914—17, Egypt 1917—19. The Old House, 
Esher. 

Turketlne, Allan William Henry Sept., 1909— July, 1913 Brook, 
s. of T. Turketine, F.C.A., Lismaine, Portsmouth Rd., Kingston- 
on-Thames, b. Jan. 17, 1895. Pte. H.A.C 1/15; 2nd Lt. 5th 
E. Surrey Regt. (T.F.) 10/15; Lt. 7/17; N.W.F. India 1916—17, 



1909 ford 285 



Mesopotamia 1917 — 19. A.C.A. 11, Queen Victoria St., E.C.I, 

and Lisbeech, Station Rd., Thames Ditton. 
van der Noot, Harold Edward Sept., 1909— Apr., 1914 Hall. 

s. of the late Rev. E. F. C. van der Noot. b. Feb. 27, 1896. 

Irish Gds., S.R. 11/16; Lt. 2/18; France 1917—19, Despatches. 

Cavendish Chtbr W. 1, and 55, Eaton Terrace, S. W . 
Wales, Owen Murton Sept., 1909— July, 1913 Hall. 

s. of H. T. Wales, Tygwyn, Neath, b. July 1, 1895. R.M.C. 

Sandhurst. 1st S. Wales Bord. 12/14; France 1915, M.C. with 

Bar; Capt. and Adjt. 1921. 2nd S. Wales Borderers, Jhansi, 

India, and Tygwyn, Neath, Glam. 
Weinberg, Philip David Sept., 1909— July, 1914 Mitre. 

s. of F. S. Weinberg, Seafield Lodge, Broughty Ferry, b. May 

28, 1895. 2nd Lt., 4th Black Watch (T.F.) 8/14; France 

1914 — 15. K. in A. near Festubert, May 9, 1915. 
Wightwick, Edward Geoffrey Sept., 1909— July, 1914 Priory. 

s. of E. A. Wightwick, Round Close, Cobham. b. Nov. 4, 1895, 

2nd Lt. Cameronians, S.R., 8/14; Regular Commn. 2nd Bn. 

2/16; France 1915, 16—18; Capt. 1922. 2nd Cameronians, 

Quetta, India, and Round Close, Cobham, Surrey. 
Williams, Arthur Watts Sept., 1909— Dec, 1912 New. 

s. of thelatej. Williams, Bryn Glas, Newport, b. May 12, 1895. 

Pte. A.S.C. 8/14; 2nd Lt. 4th D. Gds., S.R., 12/14; Fit. Sublt. 

R.N. 4/16; Fit. Comdr. 9/18; France 1914—15, 18, Mudros 

1917—18, D.F.C. ; invalided out 1919.37, Courtfield Rd., S.W.7. 
Williams, Bernard Thomas Sept., 1909— Djc, 1912 Cross. 

s. of T. W. Williams, Grey Stones, Weston-super-Mare. b. Mar. 

15,1895. Pte. 21st R. Fus. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) 7th Som. L.I.1/15; 

M.G.C. 12/15; Lt. 8/16; France, Egypt and Palestine 1915 — 19, 

M.C. Clubs : United Service and Public Schools ; and Bulloch 

Bros. & Co., Ltd., Rangoon, Burma. 
Anderton, George Eric Asquith Jan., 1910 — July, 1914 Mitre. 

s. of the late G. H. Anderton, Kilpin Lodge, Howden. b. 

Aug. 1, 1895. Aldershot Boxing 1912, 13, 14. 3rd Lan. Fus., 

S.R., 9/14; R.M.C. Sandhurst 1915; Lan. Fus. 7/15; Lt. 11/16, 

seed. M.G.C; France 1916 — 18, Despatches. K. in A. at 

Croiselles, Mar. 22, 1918. 
Arden, Oswald Hampden Eustace Jan., 1910 — Orchard. 

s. of E. C. Arden, O.R. b. May 20, 1895. d. Mar. 1, 1912. 
Boobbyer, Philip Watson Jan., 1910— July, 1914 Brook. 

s. of P. Boobbyer, M.D., Park Side, Nottingham, b. Jan. 

9, 1896. Keble Coll., Ox.; B.A. 1918. R.F.A. (T.F.) 9/16; 

Lt. 3/18; France 1916—18. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1922. Ho. 

Surg., St. Mary's Hosp., Paddington, W .2 ; and Park Side, 

Nottingham. 
Briggs, John Mindrim Jan., 1910— Dec, 1914 Orchard. 

s. of L. Briggs, Mindrum, Northumb. b. Oct. 24, 1896. XI. 

1914. Fives Capt. 1914. 3rd Durham L.I., S.R. 2/15; seed. 

M.G.C. 2/18; France 1917—18, Germany 1918—19, Despatches, 

M.C; retired, Capt. 1920. Junior United Service Club, S.W.I, 

and Thornington House, Mindrum, Northumb. 
Cordeux, Edward Henry Noble Jan., 1910 — July, 1914 Latham. 

s. of R. H. Cordeux, M.B., Nottingham, b. Feb. 14, 1896. 

2nd Lt., 7th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 9/14; France 1915. 

K. in A. near Hooge, Sept. 30, 1915. 
Emblow, Alan Guest Jan., 1910 — Dec, 1912 Latham. 

s. of C. L. Emblow, Holmbush, Upper Richmond Rd., Putney. 

b. Apr. 6, 1895. 3rd Hussars, S.R. 8/14; 3rd R. Lane Regt., 

S.R. 10/14; Lt. 4/16; Mesopotamia 1915—19, Despatches 3 

times. Derby House, Hendon. 



286 ford 1910 



Glossop, Ernest Edward Jan., 1910 — Dec, 1912 Priory. 

s. of Rev. Canon G. H. P. Glossop, Romeland House, St. 

Albans, b Feb. 21, 1896 R.M.C. Sandhurst. 1st Som LI. 

8/14; France 1914—15. d. of w. May 4, 1915. 
Harvest, Gordon Lindsay Jan., 1910 — Apr., 1912 Latham. 

s. of D. R. Harvest, 38, Campden Rd., S. Croydon, b. Sept. t>, 

1895. London Rifle Bde., Pte. 8/14; 2nd Lt. 5/15; Lt. 5/17; 
France 1914 — 15, 17, Despatches twice, M.C. K. in A. at 
Croiselle, June 20, 1917. 

Hope, Arthur Trevor Jan., 1910— July, 1913 Priory. 

s. of the late R. A. Hope, O.R. b. May 4, 1895. 2nd Lt. (t) 7th 
Suffolk Regt. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) R.F.C. 5/16; Fit. Comdr. 4/17; 
France 1915, 16—17. Trin. Hall, Camb. Coombe Lodge, 
Teignmouth, S. Devon. 

Hopwood, Henry Moore Jan., 1910 — Apr., 1912 Hall, 

s. of H. S. Hopwood, R.W.S. b. Oct. 29, 1895. Driver Red 
Cross, France 1914; 2nd Lt. (t), France 1915; R.M.C. Sand- 
hurst 9/16; 4th D.G. 7/17; Lt. 10/17; seed. R.F.C. 1917; Anti- 
submarine Patrols 1917 — 18; Archangel and Murmansk 1919, 
Order of St. Stanislas 3rd CI. (Russ.); Res. of Off. 1919. 
Engineer, cjo London County Westminster <&- Parrs Bank, Ltd., 
74, Westbourne Grove, W. 

Montgomery, Edward Henry Jan., 1910 — July, 1913 Priory. 
s. of E. H. Montgomery, M.D., Vittoria, Mallow, b. Feb. 4, 

1896. Shooting VIII. 1911, 12, Capt. 13. 2nd Lt., R.F.A., 
S.R., 12/15; France 1916. K. in A., Oct. 16, 1916. 

Morris, Hugh Meeson Jan., 1910 — Dec, 1914 Hall. 

s. of S. M. Morris, 24, The Crescent, Shrewsbury, b. May 9, 

1896. 4th Shrops. L.I. (T.F.) 9/15; Lt. 7/17. Trin. Coll., Ox. ; 

B.A., Hist., 1920. Golf Half- Blue 1920. Asst. Master, Eton. 

24, The Crescent, Shrewsbury. 
Murgatroyd, James Lees Jan., 1910 — July, 1912 Priory. 

s. of S. L. Murgatroyd, Pinner Green, Middx. b. Apr. 26, 1895. 

R. Anglesey R.E., S.R. 9/14; Capt. 11/17; France 1915—16, 

18—19, Egypt and Palestine 1917—18, M.C. Civil engineer. 

Northwold, Pinner, Middx. 
Pallett, Edward Roy Jan., 1910 — July, 1914 New. 

s. of T. E. Pallett, M.D., Earl's Colne. b. Mar. 1, 1895. XI. 

1912, 13, 14. F.XI. 1912, 13. Aldershot Boxing 1914. Pte. 

19th R. Fus. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) R. Fus. 10/14; Lt. 12/15; 

France 1915, 18, Despatches. K. in A. near Marcoing, Apr. 6, 

1918. 
Pasteur, William Raymond Jan., 1910 — Dec, 1913 Cross. 

s. of W. Pasteur, M.D., 4. Chandos St., Cavendish Sq. b. May 

14, 1896. R.M.A. Woolwich. R.F.A. 11/14; France 191.". 

17, M.C. ; Lt. A/Capt. K. in A. near Ypres, July 10, 1917. 
Pickard, Bernard de Harles Jan., 1910— July, 1911 Hall 

s. of J. E. Pickard, Ashfield, Elmfield Ave., Leicester, b. Aug. 
1, 1896. Leic Regt., Pte. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) 1/15; M.G.C. 4/16; 
Lt. (/) LA. 1/18; France 1915, 16, Egypt and Palestine 1917— 

18. Worsted yarn spinner. Dir., Herbert Spinning Co., Ltd., 
Melton Mowbray ; and Elmhurst, Melton Mowbray. 

Spence, Richard Donald Jan., 1910— July, 1913 Brook. 

s. of H. E. Spence, 43, Gordon St., Huntly. b. Jan. 8, 1895. 

Sapper R.E. 9/14; 2nd Lt. (t) R.E. 9/15; Lt. 9/16; France 

1915 — 17; W/T Exptl. Work 1917—19. Manufacturer. 

Craighead House, Huntly, N.B. 
Wilkinson, John Graham Jan., 1910— Dec, 1912 Cross. 

s. of H. W. Wilkinson, 14, Creffield Rd., Ealing Common, b. 

Nov. 22, 1894. Inns of Court O.T.C. 8/14; 4th Hamps. Rest. 



1910 ford 287 



(T.F.) 12/14; Lt. 6/16; India 1914—16, Mesopotamia 1916 — 17. 

K. in A. at Resht, Persia, July 2,0, 1918. 
Wood, John William Jan., 1910— July, 1912 Brook 

s. of the late H. W. Wood, The Highlands, Leatherhead. b. 

Mar. 6, 1896. R.F.A. (T.F.) 9/14; Lt. 6/16; France. 4b 

Bickenhall Mansions, linker St., W .1. 
Beaufoy, Robert Harvey Apr., 1910— Apr., 1914 Hall. 

s. of M. H. Beaufoy, Coombe House, Shaftesbury, b. Oct. 8, 

1896. 17th London Regt. (T.F.) 10/14; Capt. 4/17; France 

1916, Salonika 1916—17, Despatches twice, M.C. 87, South 

Lambeth Rd., S.W. 
Burd, Edward John Lycett Apr., 1910— July, 1912 Hall. 

s. of E. L. Burd, M.D., Silverdale, Gilbert Rd., Swanage. b. 

Aug. 19, 1895. Sapper R.E. (T.F.) 8/14; 2nd Lt. (*) M.T., 

R.A.S.C. 10/15; Capt. 1/18; France 1914—19, Despatches 

twice. M.J.Inst.E. Tea planter. Muttuck Tea Estate, P.O. 

Lahoal, Assam. 
Edwards, John Grant Apr., 1910 — July, 1911 New. 

s. of J. H. Edwards, late of West Hoyle, Hoylake. b. Dec. 4, 

1893. Midshipman No. 2 Submarine, R. Canadian Navy 1915; 

Lieut. Comdr. Rl Submarine 5/19. Standard Chemical Co., 

Toronto, Canada. 
Fanning, Newel Edward Eden Burton- 
Apr., 1910— Dec, 1913 New. 

s. of F. W. Burton-Fanning, M.D., Norwich, b. June 6, 1896. 

2nd Lt. (*), R.M.L.I. 9/14; Capt. 5/16; Gallipoli 1915, Salonika 

1916, France 1916—17. K. in A. at Gavrelle, Apr. 28, 1917. 
Grabham, George Wallington Apr., 1910 — July, 1913 Cross. 

s. of G. W. Grabham, M.D., Mathyns, Witham. b. Nov. 29, 

1895. St. John's Coll., Camb. 1914. 2nd Lt. (*)M.T., R.A.S.C, 

10/15; Lt. 6/16; Mesopotamia 1916—19, Order of the Nile 4th 

CI. Mathyns, Witham, Essex. 
Hill, Richard George Cooke- Apr., 1910 — July, 1914 Latham. 

s. of the late J. G. Cooke-Hill, O.R. b. Feb. 28, 1897. Des- 
patch Rider R.E. Signal Service 5/15; France 1915—16, 18— 

19, Egypt and Palestine 1916—18, M.M. Holyrood Estate, 

Selangor, F.M.S. 
Horton, Gerard Thomas Scofield Apr., 1910 — July, 1913 Priory. 

s. of T. Horton, O.R. b. Sept. 29, 1895. Shooting VIII. 

1912, 13. 2nd Lt. North'n Yeo. (T.F.) 1913; Regular Commn. 

19th Hussars 10/15; France 1914—18, M.C; 2nd D.G. 1921; 

Lt. 7/17. Bilton House, nr. Rugby. 
Kirk, Geoffrey John Croisdale Apr., 1910 — Apr., 1913 Cross. 

s. of T. C Kirk, Blair Athol, Llanishen. b. Aug. 25, 1895. 

Inns of Court O.T.C 5/15; R.G.A. (T.F.) 10/15; Lt. 6/16; 

France 1918. Blair Athol, Llanishen, Cardiff. 
Knight, Richard Aubrey Watson Apr., 1910— July, 1914 New. 

s. of J. A. Knight, Welford House, nr. Rugby, b. Apr. 26, 1896. 

R.M.C Sandhurst. 8th Hussars 12/14; France 1916—18, 

Germany -1918—19. India 1919—20, Mesopotamia 1920—21; 

Lt. 7/17. Welford House, Welford, Rugby. 
Margerison, Caleb Walden Apr., 1910 — July, 1914 New. 

s. of A. McK. Margerison, Wynham Beck, Windermere, b. 

May 27, 1895. Aldershot Boxing 1913. 2nd Lt. (*) 11th Border 

Regt. 10/14; Lt. 8/15; France 1915—16, Despatches, d. of w., 

July 6, 1916. 
Marriott, Neville Freckleton Apr., 1910 — July, 1912 New. 

s. of R. Marriott, Castle Grove, The Park, Nottingham. b. 

Jan. 1, 1896. Pte. R. Fus. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (t) 9th Line. Regt. 

9/14; M.G.C 12/15; Capt. 2/18; France 1916—19, Despatches 



288 ford 1910 



twice, M.C. Tobacco farming. Ndunde Estate, Zomba P.O., 

Nyasaland, Africa. 
Martin, Brian Leonard Apr., 1910 — Apr., 1914 Priory. 

s. of L. Martin, F.R.I.B.A., Wayside, Cobham. b. June 30, 

1896. Glasgow Univ. ; B.Sc. A.M.I.N.A. Member R. Aero. 

Soc. Aeronautical engineer. Wayside, Cobham, Surrey. 
Pasteur, Frank Mauris Apr., 1910 — July, 1914 Hall. 

s. of C. H. Pasteur, Barrowneld, Much Hadham. b. Oct. 8, 

1896. Shooting VIII. 1913, 14. 6th K.R.R.C, S.R. 8/14; 

seed. M.G.C. 9/15; France 1916—18, Despatches twice, M.C. 

with Bar; Maj., retired. Barrowfield, Much Hadham, Herts. 
Pearson, Dudley Hale Apr., 1910— July, 1912 New. 

s. of the late H. Pearson, of London Stock Exchange, b. Feb. 

22, 1896. R.G.A., S.R. 2/15; Lt. 8/16; Gibraltar 1915—16, 

France 1917, India 1918—19; N.W.F., Waziristan F.F., 1919, 
-Medal. Colonial produce broker. Onslow Court Hotel, Queen's 

Gate, S.W.7. 
Ramsden, John HopeFrecheville Apr., 1910 — July, 1914 New. 

s. of A. J. Ramsden, J. P., The Dower House, Low Down, N. 

Devon, b. July 26, 1896. 2nd Lt. (t) 6th Wilts. Regt. 9/14; 

Lt. 2/16; France. The Dower House, Low Down, N. Devon. 
Robinson, Arthur Gabriel Apr., 1910— Dec, 1912 Mitre. 

s. of Rev. J. Robinson, Revenstone, Carlisle, b. Oct. 11, 1895. 

2nd Lt. (t) 11th Border Regt. 3/15 ; France 1915—16. K. in A., 

Mar. 9, 1916. 
Sanders, Clive Apr., 1910— Dec, 1912 Hall. 

s. of the late W. G. W. Sanders, M.D., Cannes, b. Jan. 9, 1896. 

2nd Lt. (t) 9th W. Yorks. Regt. 9/14; Regular Commn. 2nd Bn. 

12/16 ; Gallipoli 1915 (Suvla Bay), France 1915—18, Despatches ; 

2nd Lt. A/Capt. K. in A. near Pontavert, May 27, 1918. 
Shepherd, Arthur Robert Tailzour- Apr., 1910 — Apr., 1911 New. 

s. of H. A. Tailzour-Shepherd, Shaw End, Kendal, b. Sept. 21, 

1895. 2nd Lt. Westmd. and Cumb. Yeo. 10/14; Pte. 28th 

R. Fus. 3/16; Salonika 1916—17. K. in A., May 9, 1917. 
Sinclair, Paul Apr., 1910— July, 1915 New. 

s. of Rev. R. H. Sinclair, St. Anselm's Vic, Davies St., W. b. 

May 9, 1897. Pte. 15th London Regt. (T.F.) 2/16; Salonika 

1917, Palestine 1917—18, France 1918. St. Anselm's Vie, 

Davies St., W. 
Sparks, Gurth Carol Leonard Apr., 1910 — July, 1914 Latham. 

s. of E. L. Sparks, O.R. b. Jan. 22, 1897. Inns of Court 

O.T.C. 8/14; 5th R.W. Kent Regt. (T.F.) 3/15; Lt. 6/16; France 

1917, 18, Italy 1917—18. The Beeches, Melrose Rd., Southfields, 

S.W. 
Wright, Garner Addyman Apr., 1910 — July, 1912 Latham. 

s. of P. G. Wright, 22, Neville St., Leeds, b. June 22, 1895. 

2nd Lt. {t) 12th K.O. Y.L.I. 10/14; Lan. Fus. 6/15; Capt. 12/17; 

France 1916 — 18. Tyre merchant. 40, Avenue Victoria, 

Scarborough. 

TEMPLE, Headmaster, 1910—1914 

Anderson, Ronald Leslie Sept., 1910 — Hall- 

s. of A. Anderson, National Liberal Club. b. Jan. 17, 1896. 
d. Feb. 19, 1913. 

Arter, Gerald Selby Sept., 1910— Dec, 1913 Brook, 

s. of the late J. J. B. Arter, Stripes Hill House, Knowle. b. 
Sept. 28, 1895. Lt. R.F.A. (T.F.) 1915—16, France 1916; 
Instr. R.F.C. and R.A.F. 1916 — 18. Motor engineer and manu- 
facturer. Stripes Hill House, Knowle, Warwickshire. 



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Beddoe, Claude Sept., 1910— Apr., 1913 Cross. 

s. of C. B. Beddoe, Hereford, b. Aug. 9, 1896. Motor Driver 

A.S.C. 9/14; 2nd Lt. (/) R.A.S.C. 1/15; Lt. 8/15; France. The 

Lymytte, Hungerton, Leicester. 
Bell, Geoffrey Foxall Sept., 1910— July, 1915 New. 

s. of F. R. Bell, Killevey, Stapenhill, Burton-on-Trent. b. Apr. 

16, 1896. Exh. Head Prefect 1914. XI. 1913, 14, Capt. 15. 

1st Agg. P. 1914, 15. R.F.A., S.R. 7/15; Lt. 7/17; France 

1916—19, Despatches, M.C. Ball. Coll., Ox. 1919; B.A. 1920. 

Cricket Blue 1919. Asst. Master, Upper Canada College, 

Toronto, Canada. 
Birrell, Thomas Yates Sept., 1910— July, 1914 Mitre. 

s. of the late A. Birrell, Merley, Teddington. b. May 4, 1896. 

Pte. P.S. Bn. 8/14; 2nd Lt. (*) 8th S. Staff. Regt. 11/14; Lt. 

6/15; France 1915—16. K. in A., Feb. 15, 1916. 
Bowman, Gerald Wilberforce Sept., 1910— July, 1915 New. 

s. of A. N. Bowman, Eden Hey, Carlisle, b. Nov. 7, 1896. 

XL 1915. R.F.A., S.R. 7/15; Capt. 12/18; France 1916—18, 

Germany 1919, M.C. Solicitor. Glentore, Scotby, Carlisle. 
Bridgford, Robert Russell Sept., 1910— July, 1914 Hall. 

s. of E. J. Bridgford, Domden, Didsbury Park. b. Dec. 15, 

1896. F.XI. 1913. 6th Manch. Regt. (T.F.) 10/14; Capt. 

3/18; France. Accountant. Domden, Didsbury Park, Man- 
chester. 
Broadbent, Arthur Vernon Sept., 1910— Dec, 1913 Hall. 

s. of H. E. Broadbent. b. June 3, 1896. F.XI. 1912. 5th 

W. Riding Regt. (T.F.) Pte. 9/14; 2nd Lt. 1/15; Capt. 11/17; 

France 1915 — 19, M.C. c/o Thos. Creswell &- Co., Lord St., 

Huddersfteld. 
Bucknall, Walter Harry Corfield Sept., 1910— July, 1914 Cross. 

s. of H. C. Bucknall, 90, Fenchurch St., E.C. b. Mar. 11, 1897. 

Aldershot Gym. 1913, 14. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 2nd North'd. 

Fus. 12/14; Lt. 10/15; France 1914—17. K. in A. near 

Monchy-le-Preux, May 3, 1917. 
Bunn, Arnold Lawson Harrow- Sept., 1910 — July, 1914 New. 

s. of A. Harrow-Bunn, Avenham, College Rd., Buxton, b. May. 

11, 1896. 2nd Lt. {t) 12th Sherwood Foresters 9/14; R.F.C. 

(O.) 9/16; Capt. (t) R.A.F. 4/18; France 1914—15, 16, M.C. 

Farming, c/o Standard Bank of S. Africa, Ltd., Nairobi, Kenya. 
Burdon, John Sept., 1910— July, 1914 Hall. 

s. of J. G. Burdon, O.R. b. Nov. 10, 1896. R.M.C. Sandhurst. 

1st Manch. Regt. 1/15; Lt. 7/15; France 1915, Mesopotamia 

(Kut Relief Force), Despatches. K. in A., Mar. 8, 1916. 
Gann, Hugh John Sept., 1910— July, 1914 Orchard. 

s. of J. H. Cann, Gothelney, Bridgwater, b. Sept. 19, 1896. 

Shooting VIII. 1914. R.M.C. Sandhurst. N. Lan. Regt. 

12/14; seed. Tank Corps 11/15; R.E. Signals 12/17; France 

1916—19; Capt. R.C. of Sigs. Res. of Off. 11/19. Motor 

engineer. Gothelney, Bridgwater. 
Carey, Henry Pattison Sept., 1910 — Apr., 1914 Orchard. 

s. of W. H. Carey, Carisbrooke Drive, Nottingham, b. May 12, 

1896. 2nd Lt. (t) 9th Sherwood Foresters 9/14; Lt. 12/14; 

Gallipoli 1915. K. in A., Aug. 25, 1915. 
Cayzer, Charles William Sept., 1910 — July, 1913 Orchard. 

b. Jan. 6, 1896. Succeeded his father as 3rd Bart. 1917. 

Oriel Coll., Ox. 1914. R.M.C. Sandhurst 1915. 19th Hussars 
10/15; France 1916—17, 18; prisoner of war 10/18; Lt., 

retired. Pri. Sec. to Rt. Hon. Robert Munro, M.P., City 

of Chester, 1922. Kimpurnie Castle, Forfarshire, and 28, 

Princes Gate, S.W. 



290 TEMPLE 1910 



Gobham, Frederick George Brian Sept., 1910 — July, 1915 Cross. 

s. of Rev. G. H. Cobham, Guisborough Rect. b. Jan. 2, 1897. 

F.S. Cambs. Regt. (T.F.) 8/15; Lt. 6/16; France 1918. 

K. in A. on the Somme, Aug. 8, 1918. 
Currie, Frederick Rivers Sept., 1910 — July, 1914 Cross. 

s. of R. G. Currie, Meole Grange, Shrewsbury, b. Nov. 2, 1896. 

Sch. 3rd K. S.L.I. , S.R., 8/14; Lt. 3/15; France 1915. K. in 

A., Aug. 10, 1915. 
Dawes, Eric Sept., 1910— July, 1913 Mitre. 

s. of W. Dawes, The Nook, Gainsborough Gdns., N.W. b. Nov. 

2, 1896. 2nd Lt. 2/lst Norf. Yeo. (T.F.) 4/18. Pemb. Coll., 

Camb. 1915; B.A. 1917, LL.B. 1920. Bar, Line. Inn. The 

Nook, Gainsborough Gdns., N.W. 3. 
Day, Miles Jeffrey Game Sept., 1910 -July, 1915 Priory. 

s. of G. D. Day, Rheola, St. Ives. b. Dec. 1, 1896. Fit. 

Sublt., R.N. 8/15; Fit. Comdr. 1/18; H.M.S. " Vindex " 1915, 

H.M.S. "Cassandra" 1916, Dunkirk 1917; D.S.C. The first 

man to ascend in a Scout on top of a giant bombing machine, 

and to fly off the back of the bombing machine in mid-air. 

K. in A. at sea, near Ostend, Feb. 27, 1918. 
Dewes, Hugh Raymond Craig Sept., 1910 — July, 1911 Latham. 

s. of H. W. Dewes, 32, Harley St., W. b. Feb. 11, 1896. Fit 

Sublt. (0 R.N. 6/15 ; Capt. (t) R.A.F. 4/18. 32, Harley St., W.l. 
Dickins, Albert Light Moody Sept., 1910— July, 1914 Orchard. 

s. of A. W. Dickins, Uplands, Sherwood, Nottingham, b. Feb. 

8, 1897. 7th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 3/15; France 1915— 

18, M.C.; Lt., A/Capt. K. in A. at Queant, Mar. 21, 1918. 
Dodd, Maurice Sept., 1910— July, 1913 New. 

s. of the late H. Dodd, Preston, b. Sept. 26, 1896. Inns of 

Court O.T.C. 5/15; 2nd Lt. (t) 19th L'pool Regt. 8/15; 2nd Lt. 

(*) R.F.C. 9/16; Lt. 7/17; France 1915—16. 1, Bank Parade, 

Preston, Lanes. 
Donald, William George Curzon Sept., 1910 — Mar., 1915 Cross. 

s. of Rev. M. S. Donald, Quarry Hill, Mealsgate. b. Apr. 6, 

1897. 2nd Lt. (t) Yorks. L.I. 7/17; Lt. 6th Norf. Regt. (T.F.) 

1/19; France 1918—19. Trim Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1919, M.A. 

1922. Quarry Hill, Mealsgate, Cumb. 
Elliott, Charles Pynsent ' Sept., 1910— July, 1914 Hall. 

s. of A, E. Elliott, O.R. b. June 27, 1896. Pemb. Coll., Camb. 

8th Sherwood Foresters (T.F.) 1/15; France 1917—18. De- 
spatches, M.C. ; Lt. 6/16. Land agent to Lord Stafford. 

Spar ken House, Worksop, Notts. 
Goodall, Harold Martin Sept., 1910— July, 1915 New. 

s. of M. Goodall, 8, Wedderburn Rd., N.W.3. b. May 14, 1896. 

Exh. Pemb. Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1919. 2nd Lt. (t) 1st Garr. 

Bn. Wore. Regt. 5/17; Lt. 11/18. Business. 8, Wedderburn 

Rd., Hampstead, N.W. 3. 
Greene, Alan Henry Barrett Sept., 1910— July, 1913 Brook. 

s. of H. B. Greene, Elmhurst, Wolstanton. b. Dec. 10. 1896. 

St. John's Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1918. 5th N. Staff. Regt. (T.F.) 

3/16; Lt. 6/16; France 1915—16; invalided out 1918. Estate 

manager, Sidi Salem, Gharbia Province, Egypt; and Elmhurst, 

Wolstanton. 
Gregg, Robert Studdert Sept., 1910— Apr., 1913 Latham. 

s. of J. W. R. Gregg, O.R. b. Aug. 23, 1896. Pte.. 15th Infy. 

Bn., C.E.F., 1914; France 1916—16. K. in A., Sept. 15, 1916. 
Grotrlan, Frederick Stephen Brent 

Sept., 1910— Dec, 1913 Latham. 

s. of F. B. Grotrian, Bridge House, Bournemouth, b. Aug. 28, 

1896. Shooting VIII. 1912, 13. R.M.A. Woolwich 8/14; 



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R.G.A. 2/16; France 1915 — 19, Despatches twice, M.C. ; Capt. 

11/17. Bridge House, Westovercliff Drive, Bournemouth. 
Habershon, Arthur Willoughby Sept., 1910— July, 1915 Cross. 

s. of A. H. Habershon, Clovelly, Murray Rd., S.W.19. b. Aug. 

24, 1896. 2nd Lt. (t) R.A.S.C. 10/15; Capt. Labour Corps 

3/18; France 1916—19, Despatches. Bronze Medal, R. 

Humane Soc, 8/17 for saving life in Calais Harbour. Oriel 

Coll., Ox. 1919; B.A., Hons. Mod. Hist., 1921. Wycliffe Hall 

1921. Clovelly, Murray Rd., Wimbledon, S.W.19. 
Hawkins, Arthur William Sept., 1910 — Dec, 1914 New. 

s. of H. C. Hawkins, Coombe Corner, Porlock. b. June 4, 1897. 

R.M.C. Sandhurst. Yorks. Regt. 5/15; France 1915; seed. 

R.F.C. and R.A.F. 8/16—10/19; Fit. Comdr. 4/19; Egypt 1917, 

Mesopotamia 1917 — 19, S. Persian Force, Bushire, 1919, 

Kurdistan 1919, Despatches; Lt. Green Howards 6/15. c/o 

Holt & Co., 3, Whitehall Place, S.W.I. 
Hoare, Joseph Edward Sept., 1910 — July, 1915 Mitre. 

s. of Rt. Rev. Lord Bp. Victoria, Hong Kong. b. July 3, 1896. 

Sen. D.M.Exh. 1913, 14, 15. Univ. Coll., Ox., Sch. Boys 

Club work in Shadwell. Newton Don, 60/1, High St., Shadwell, 

E.l, and 332, Finchley Rd., Hampstead, N.W.3. 
Holmes, Frederick Brian Sept., 1910— Feb., 1915 Cross. 

s. of P. F. Holmes, The Knowle, Fixby. b. Oct. 16, 1896. 

F.XI. 1914. R.F.A. (T.F.) 2/15; France 1915—19; Lt. 6/16. 

Leeds Univ. 1919. Leeds Univ. Athletic Championship 1920; 

Northern Univs. Hurdle Championship 1921. Engineer. 

The Knowle, Fixby, Huddersfield. 
Hopkins, Arthur Mackern Sept., 1910— Apr., 1914 Priory. 

s. of J. W. W. Hopkins, 80, Regent's Park Rd., N.W. b. July 

14, 1897. Pte. P.S. Bn. 9/14; 2nd Lt. (t) 10th S. Lan. Regt. 

12/14; Lt. 7/16; France 1915—16. K. in A., Nov. 18, 1916. 
Jackson, Gildart Mowbray Sept., 1910— Dec, 1914 Brook. 

s. of the late P. C. Jackson, W.S., Edinburgh, b. Oct. 25, 1896. 

Sch. A.B., R.N.V.R., A.A.C. 1915—19. King's Coll., Camb. 

1919, Exh. ; Hons. Class. Trip. Pts. I. and II. On waiting list 

for Home C.S. 17, Inverleith Row, Edinburgh. 
Kerrich, Henry Latham Sept., 1910— July, 1915 New. 

s. of J. D. Kerrich, The Gables, Middelburg, Transvaal, b. 

Mar. 17, 1896. 2nd Lt., 3rd Sherwood Foresters, S.R., 8/16; 

France. K. in A., Sept. 27, 1917. 
Knowles, Stephen Sept., 1910— Mar., 1915 Hall. 

s. of E. Knowles, Heaton Grange, Bolton, b. Apr. 30, 1896. 

2nd Lt., 5th Rifle Bde., S.R., 5/15; France 1915—16. d. of 

w. Oct. 24, 1916. 
Lafone, Eric William Sept., 1910— July, 1914 New. 

s. of Rev. H. P. M. Lafone, The Vic, Kendal, b. Apr. 19, 1896. 

2nd Lt. (t) 12th Durh. L.I. 9/14; Capt. 1/17; France 1915—18, 

Despatches, M.C, Croix de Guerre (Fr.) K. in A., June 15, 1918. 
Lucas, Samuel Sept., 1910 — Apr., 1913 New. 

s. of H. N. Lucas, The Chantry, Dronfield. b. Mar. 27, 1896. 

Aldershot Boxing 1913. 3rd Y. & L. Regt., S.R. 1/14; Capt. 

2/15; France 1914—17; retired 1918. The Chantry, Dronfield, 

nr. Sheffield. 
Morgan-Brown, Nigel Martin Sept., 1910— July, 1914 Latham. 

s. of H. H. Morgan-Brown, late of Ingram House, Stockwell 

Rd, S.W. b. July 11, 1896. Exh. Pte. Artists' Rifles 8/14 ; 

2nd Lt. (*) 15th North'd Fus. 11/14; Gallipoli 1915. d. at 

Alexandria, Oct. 31, 1915. 
Muskett, Lionel Herbert Sept., 1910 — July, 1914 Brook. 

s. of H. G. Muskett, Montrose, Gerrard's Cross, b. Sept. 20, 



292 TEMPLE 1910 



1896. Exh. Inns of Court O.T.C, 1914; 2nd Lt. (t) 9th 
K.R.R.C. 2/15; Lt. 7/17; France 1915, Germany 1919. With 
firm of New Zealand merchants. Montrose, Gerrard's Cross, 
Bucks. 

Parker, Frank Bryan Sept., 1910— July, 1914 Mitre. 

s. of R. B. Parker, Milford Hall, S. Milford. b. May 24, 1896. 
2nd Lt. (t) 10th Yorks. Regt. 11/14; Capt. 2/17; France 1915— 
18, Murmansk 1918. K. in A., in N. Russia, Mar. 23, 1919. 

Parry, Donald George de Courcy Sept., 1910 — July, 1914 Latham, 
s. of C. de C. Parry, O.R. b. July 11, 1896. Shooting VIII. 

1914. 2nd Lt. (if) R.F.A. 9/14; Regular Commn. R.F.A. 1/16; 
Lt. 7/17; France 1915—18. K. in A. at Senlis, Apr. 5, 1918. 

Parsons, Charles Roy Sept., 1910— Dec, 1914 Mitre, 

s. of C. H. Parsons, C.C., Monkspath Priory, Shirley, b. July 
9, 1897. 4th Oxf. & Bucks. L.I. (T.F.) 1/15; Lt. 6/16; France 
1916 — 19, M.C. Crockett's Farm, Henley-in-Arden. 

Paterson, Robert William Weir Sept., 1910 — Apr., 1914 Priory. 
s. of R. Paterson, Robgill Tower, Kirtlebridge. b. Jan. 17, 
1896. cjo Jar dine Skinner Co., Ltd., Calcutta, and Robgill 
Tower, Kirtlebridge, Dumfries-shire. 

Popham, Cyril Home Sept., 1910— Mar., 1915 Brook. 

s. of B. F. Popham, O.R. b. Apr. 6, 1896. F.XI. 1913, 
Capt. 14. 2nd Norf. Yeo. (T.F.) 4/15; Capt. 1/18; France 
attd. 6th Norf. Regt. 1917. Clare Coll., Camb. 1919. Insur- 
ance broker, Lloyds. 11, Orme Court, W.2. 

Redman, Francis Vernon Lyne Sept., 1910— July, 1915 Latham, 
s. of T. E. Redman, J. P., The Knoll, Shawford, Winchester, 
b. May 19, 1897. R.M.A. Woolwich. R.G.A. 5/16; France 
1916—17, M.C; Lt. 11/17; Half-Pay 1922. The Knoll, 
Shawford, Winchester. 

Samuel, Edward Lewis Sept., 1910— Dec, 1913 New. 

s. of Sir E. L. Samuel, Bart., 1, Carlos Place, W. b. Nov. 6, 
1896. 2nd Lt. (t) R.F.A. 10/14; Capt. 1/18; France 1915. 
Member of Company of Skinners. Junior Carlton Club, Pall 
Mall, and 1, Carlos Place, Grosvenor Sq.,W . 

Smyth, Herbert Edward Fitzroy Sept., 1910 — July, 1914 Priory, 
s. of W. J. Smyth, I.C.S. b. Sept. 12, 1896. Sch. 4th Oxf. 
& Bucks. L.I. "(T.F.) 9/14; R.M.C. Sandhurst 12/14; 1st Oxf. 
& Bucks. L.T. 6/15; Mesopotamia 1916—19, Murmansk 1919, 
M.C. ; Capt. 1921. cjo Cox &> Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W.I. 

Somerve